Archive for July, 2012

Metadata is produced and stored locally, published globally, consumed and aggregated locally, and finally integrated and stored locally. This is the create/publish/consume/integrate cycle. Providing a framework for managing metadata throughout this cycle is the goal of the Dublin Core Abstract Model and the Dublin Core Application Profile (DCAM/DCAP). The basic guidelines and requirements for this [...]

By Jon, July 19, 2012, 11:54 am (UTC-5)

By-passing taggregations identifies those MARC21 variable data field tags whose level 0 RDF properties, representing individual subfields, can be used generally in data triples and mapping triples without losing information and the semantic coherency of the record. These tags have subfields which are independent of one another, with no need to keep them together if [...]

By Gordon Dunsire, July 18, 2012, 9:44 am (UTC-5)

If we were asked (as we sometimes are) what we’d like to see develop as a result of the BibFrame effort, the emphasis in our answer would have both technical and social aspects. First, given the technologies developing in several different places and considering what we can do now to bring Linked Open Data into [...]

By Diane Hillmann, July 4, 2012, 2:35 pm (UTC-5)