2004 Dublin Core annual conference-- metadata across languages and cultures

DC-2004, proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, October 11-14, 2004, Shanghai, China
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Other titlesDublin Core annual conference, Metadata across languages and cultures, DC-2004, proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, October 11-14, 2004, Shanghai, China, Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, October 11-14, 2004, Shanghai, China
Statementsponsors, Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences, National Science and Technology Library of China, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsZhongguo ke xue yuan. Tu shu guan., Dublin Core Metadata Initiative.
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Open LibraryOL23103625M
ISBN 107543924129
ISBN 139787543924123
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Get this from a library. Dublin Core annual conference-- metadata across languages and cultures: DC, proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, October, Shanghai, China. [Zhongguo ke xue yuan. Tu. Dublin Core annual conference-- metadata across languages and cultures: DC, proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, October, Shanghai, China by International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (Book).

The Dublin Core Schema is a small set of vocabulary terms that can be used to describe digital resources (video, images, web pages, etc.), as well as physical resources such as books or CDs, and objects like artworks. The full set of Dublin Core metadata terms can be found on the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) website.

The original set of 15 classic metadata terms, known as the Dublin.

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In DC Metadata Across Languages and Cultures: Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications. Shanghai, China, October, pp. Shanghai, China, October, pp. The Working Group on Dublin Core in Multiple Languages. The Working Group on Dublin Core in Multiple Languages grew out of a break-out group at the Canberra workshop of March at which we agreed that versions of the Dublin Core in multiple languages could interoperate by sharing a set of globally valid, machine-readable tokens [Baker a].

Literature review: Dublin Core metadata semantics In this section, we will review studies related to DC metadata semantics.

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(The review is not meant to be exhaustive. For a state of the art review on metadata quality in digital repositories, see Park [9].) The quality of metadata reflects the degree to which the metadata in question perform.

DCMI International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications Journal Content. Search: "Metadata Across Languages and Cultures" -- DC in Shanghai, China, October DCSeattle Proceedings. Papers and Project Reports for DC in Seattle, 28 September - 2 October The term “Web ” was coined by Darcy DiNucci in and has gained credence during the 21st century.

“Web ” (which is of course a retronym as this term was not used at the time) pages were largely static, text-based and passively consumed by those who accessed them—with the notable exception of the hyperlink, they were essentially a continuation of a printed book, journal.

The Dublin Core Metadata Element Set emerged as the primary deliverable of the first workshop in this series (The OCLC/NCSA Metadata Workshop). The scope of this first workshop was limited to identifying the semantics of a core set of descriptors that might improve discovery for Web resources that could be thought of as Document-Like-Objects.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DUBLIN CORE AND METADATA APPLICATIONS Published by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative ISSN: (Online). 64th IFLA General Conference August 16 - Aug Code Number: (WS)-E Dublin Core is a set of metadata elements, 15 in all, intended to facilitate the retrieval of electronic resources.

In book production one has publishers in between the author and the publication and even then many publishers would not be able to provide. The roots of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative are in the digital library research and traditional library domains, but the business community is finding that metadata is an essential component of making information resources, products, and services more visible and more effective in the Web environment.

It does not create any additional fields in posts/pages, nor does it automatically generate any kind of Dublin Core metas. What it does do, instead, is a whole lot of other completely useless things that nobody could possibly need, like for example it allows me to use a.

At the core of OLAC is its metadata format, which is designed to facilitate description and discovery of all kinds of language resources, including data, tools, or advice. The paper describes OLAC metadata, its relationship to Dublin Core metadata, and its dissemination using the metadata harvesting protocol of the Open Archives Initiative.

User Generated Metadata: Connecting the Communities []. At the eighth International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (DC) Wikimedia Germany organized a workshop on user generated workshop took place at Friday, the 26th of September - at the Humboldt University Berlin, Universitätsgebäude am Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstraße 24, Room.

The organizing committee for DC, to be held October in Pittsburgh, has issued the Call for theme of the conference is “Making Metadata Work Harder: Celebrating 15 years of Dublin Core”.Beyond the conference theme, papers, reports and poster submissions are welcome on a wide range of metadata topics as listed in the Call.

Metadata is also a familiar concept to the general academic community, even though the term per se might be unfamiliar.

5 Thus, a citation of a book consists of metadata: the citation describes information about the book and the metadata within the citation provides access points and aids for users to locate the particular book.

Home > International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications > DC, Lisbon, Portugal September 2, – September 6, DC will explore questions regarding the persistence, maintenance, and preservation of metadata and descriptive vocabularies. Meta tags and the Dublin Core by Baseline Inc.

in Developer on April 8,AM PST The usage of meta tags has evolved to a more formal method for. As part of this work, two different versions of the NIEHS Dublin Core-based metadata generation tool have been tested.

An iterative design approach, supported by cognitive walkthroughs, guided the.

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An extensible metadata standard based on Dublin Core is presented, which includes a core metadata, extension rules and specific metadata. For the core metadata, we introduce the terms, definitions, registration rules and detailed examples of description.

The principle of choosing the terms and refinements is discussed. » Apply descriptive metadata to the National Humanities Center’s archival objects using the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative MA in Languages, Cultures of Asia, Concentration in South Asian.

International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications Date. Octo - Octo In conjunction with each conference, the DCMI community holds an Annual Meeting at which DCMI citizens discuss ongoing work in areas such as vocabulary management, website design, and RDF validation.

The following is a crosswalk between core MARC 21 bibliographic data elements and elements in the Dublin Core Element Set. It may be used in conversion of metadata from MARC into Dublin Core.

Since MARC is richer in data than Dublin Core, it differs from the Dublin Core to MARC Crosswalk in that multiple MARC fields are mapped to a Dublin Core. Request PDF | Dublin Core metadata semantics: An analysis of the perspectives of information professionals | This study examines Dublin Core (DC) metadata.

Our approach to reusing metadata across components, applications, and languages is related to a wide range of the state of the art in DSLs, pattern-matching, metadata validation/translation, expressing NFCs via AOP, and code generation. Next, we discuss some of this closely related state of the art.

Domain specific languages. The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative continues to grow in participation and recognition as the predominant resource discovery metadata standard on the Internet. With its approval as ISODC is firmly established as a foundation block of modular, interoperable metadata for distributed resources.

At the core of OLAC is its metadataformat, which is designed to facilitatedescription and discovery of all kinds oflanguage resources, including data, tools, oradvice. The paper describes OLAC metadata, itsrelationship to Dublin Core metadata, and itsdissemination using the metadata harvesting protocol of the Open Archives Initiative.

Dublin Core; the problem was that because the Dublin Core was an active effort, and also because it was not clear how to use the DC in conjunction with other sets of metadata, there was considerable pressure to extend the scope of the actual DC effort almost without boundaries.

This threatened the effectiveness of the Dublin Core program. International Conference on Dublin Core December 4, News By eagle-i Editors All of those who are involved in scholarly communications have the same end goal: to conduct, facilitate and/or communicate research, and have that research be discoverable.

as a global schema to which metadata from different sources can be mapped. In comparison to other schemas, they conceptualize particular domains of interest and express their rich semantics.

Dublin Core element set (DCMI, ) is a flexible and usable metadata schema enabling information exchange and integration between digital sources.DC, the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications is taking place in Florence.

In late Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) asked a number of us if we saw a possibility to host this annual event. One of the ideas behind the choice of location was the intention to highlight the meta.Once Dublin Core style metadata is widely provided, it might interact with MARC records in various ways such as the following: Enhancement of simple resource description record.

A cataloging agency may wish to extract the metadata provided in Dublin Core style and convert the data elements to MARC 21 fields, resulting in a skeletal record.