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Mapping Entry Vocabulary to Unfamiliar Metadata Vocabularies

Michael Buckland, Aitao Chen, Hui-Min Chen, Youngin Kim, Byron Lam, Ray Larson, Barbara Norgard, Jacek Purat, Frederic Gey
1999 D-Lib Magazine  
Intelligent agent software capable of supporting the creation of new Entry Vocabulary Modules for remote repositories is under development [Norgard, 1998].  ...  Intelligent agent software capable of supporting the creation of new Entry Vocabulary Modules for remote repositories is under development [Norgard, 1998].  ... 
doi:10.1045/january99-buckland fatcat:cvk6q3akujfvxc3dlkynajangu

MEX vocabulary

Diego Esteves, Diego Moussallem, Ciro Baron Neto, Tommaso Soru, Ricardo Usbeck, Markus Ackermann, Jens Lehmann
2015 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Semantic Systems - SEMANTICS '15  
However, the Linked Data community still misses a lightweight specification for interchanging machine-learning metadata over different architectures to achieve a higher level of interoperability.  ...  In this paper, we address this gap by presenting a novel vocabulary dubbed MEX.  ...  As previously stated, using a shared vocabulary and providing complete metadata information can help to tackle interoperability is-sues, however our aim is not to describe a complete data-mining domain  ... 
doi:10.1145/2814864.2814883 dblp:conf/i-semantics/EstevesMNSUAL15 fatcat:seq7mmhrqnhn5o4lkzf527bjdq

Broken-World Vocabularies

Daniel Lovins, Diane Hillmann
2017 D-Lib Magazine  
There is a growing interest in vocabularies as an important part of the infrastructure of library metadata on the Semantic Web.  ...  In particular, Steven Jackson's concept of "broken world thinking" can shed light on the role of "maintainers" in sustainable innovation and infrastructure.  ...  The Semantic Web and Linked Bibliographic Vocabularies Libraries have been developing and using bibliographic vocabularies for many decades.  ... 
doi:10.1045/march2017-lovins fatcat:mf4uiai6yjhcxmcr53eymo324m

RDA Vocabularies

Diane Hillmann, Karen Coyle, Jon Phipps, Gordon Dunsire
2010 D-Lib Magazine  
This is one of the primary ways to ensure that the elements and vocabularies are compatible for use in RDF and with linked data as well as in XML.  ...  Metadata strategies can be developed using a "mix and match" method that is commonly used in the XML environment.  ... 
doi:10.1045/january2010-hillmann fatcat:jykapot7ffalhkqwx7jommxbzq

Vocabularies and research data

2020 Zenodo  
This guide is intended for those needing a deeper understanding of the uses of research vocabularies.  ...  In formal system development environments this is done using metadata registries, data dictionaries, or data modelling software to define the permissible values/codes for data.  ...  How do vocabularies support research?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6529934 fatcat:7nkuvl2nqjfird6gr7duqtro4a

Vocabulary and Computer Technology: A Commentary on Four Studies for JALT Vocabulary SIG

Tatsuya Nakata, Rikkyo University
2020 Vocabulary Learning and Instruction  
All of the four studies exhibit how computer technology can be used to facilitate vocabulary research, teaching, and learning.  ...  The topics covered in the four papers are vocabulary learning using online student-created vocabulary lists, development of a flashcard program that manipulates the review schedule and question format,  ...  The paper by Lafleur shows how computer technology can be used to maximize vocabulary learning from flashcards. Data gained from the flashcard program may also provide valuable data for researchers.  ... 
doi:10.7820/vli.v09.2.nakata fatcat:iyfagw4arrghlebgnk7ivjgefu

Making Vocabulary Corporeal: Arabic Learners, Vocabulary Development, & arabiCorpus

Amy Johnson, Mike Raish
2013 Journal of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages  
Arabic's rich polysemy and multiglossic spectrum can complicate vocabulary development for learners. Corpora thus offer great potential as complementary tools for Arabic learners.  ...  This study examines two variants of a corpusbased exercise used with fourth-semester adult Arabic learners. Learners analyzed data for select Arabic vocabulary items in the online arabiCorpus.  ...  Importantly, students' hypotheses about the nuanced use of the vocabulary items developed as a result of their own investigation of empirical data, rather than as a result of explicit instruction from  ... 
doaj:31058c4610e14a6993427d8c28df7afd fatcat:5rkimsdmybee7khbzm2rnkblx4

Implementing Coar Controlled Vocabularies

Ilkay Holt
2018 Zenodo  
Starting point • COAR controlled vocabularies (CVs) are described in SKOS, concepts are identified with URIs, fully linked data compliant, multilingual, unique vocabularies.  ...  Zenodo. Dspace Option 1 -Dropdown Option 2 -Software functionality Submission process Change value pairs on the input- forms.xml Use Controlled Vocabularies  ...  Repository network should see the value of vocabularies • At technical level, repository managers need to push repository software providers to built in solutions with in the software.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1250115 fatcat:tcm3euv5n5a7veldpem5mhnh4m

Vocabularies and research data

Rowan Brownlee
2021 Zenodo  
This session explained why and how vocabularies are used, and how to find and create vocabularies using ARDC's Research Vocabularies Australia service.  ...  In addition to co-investment of money, ARDC contributes expertise and services in a range of areas: research vocabularies, persistent identifiers, data discovery catalogues, metadata issues, licensing,  ...  , enabling data aggregation where researchers use different vocabulariescan be published online for use & reuse by humans and by software Shetland Pony Pony Bobbie Glass - - Middy Schooner Pot  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4817087 fatcat:mfvdn4jaezbodbfwl2pfetjuyi

The Effects of a Mobile Assisted Vocabulary Learning Application on Vocabulary Learning

Serkan Gürkan
2018 Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry  
Accordingly, this study aims to define students' views on the effects of a mobile assisted vocabulary learning (MAVL) application (VocaStyle), which was developed by the researcher, on their learning process  ...  The data was analyzed with thematic content analysis. The findings revealed that students found the MAVL application effective, motivating and useful.  ...  Use of annotations is believed to be an influential technique for vocabulary development.  ... 
doi:10.17569/tojqi.407512 fatcat:a7xg7fduovehpgu3zbqdb75nla

Publishing Controlled Vocabularies For Access And Reuse

Rowan Brownlee
2016 Zenodo  
Discussion of areas include: An introduction to SKOS, why it was developed, and how it may be used to express the features of a controlled vocabulary.  ...  This work covers the questions of how may vocabularies be published online for access by people and software? What is SKOS and how does it support vocabulary reuse?  ...  ○ Anyone may use the linked data API, SPARQL endpoint and widget • PoolParty editor ○ Commercial software licensed for use by Australian research organisations including ■ universities ■ research institutes  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.230857 fatcat:eejzyge6yffanbegqx7ba2f44m

A Shared Vocabulary for Audio Features [chapter]

Alo Allik, György Fazekas, Simon Dixon, Mark Sandler
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The aim of the Shared Open Vocabulary for Audio Research and Retrieval project is to foster greater agreement on the representation of content-based audio features within music research communities.  ...  The Audio Feature Ontology has been developed for this purpose as part of a library of modular ontologies in order to increase interoperability, reproducibility and sustainability in music information  ...  This research was funded by JISC ( through the Shared Open Vocabulary for Audio Research and Retrieval project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41242-4_44 fatcat:jvl4v3lrbndnhlcprrph6goc3e

Controlled Vocabularies for Music Metadata

Pasquale Lisena, Konstantin Todorov, Cécile Cecconi, Françoise Leresche, Isabelle Canno, Frédéric Puyrenier, Martine Voisin, Thierry Le Meur, Raphaël Troncy
2018 Zenodo  
We present a set of music-specific controlled vocabularies, formalized using Semantic Web languages, describing topics like musical genres, keys, or medium of performance.  ...  Next to multilingual labels and definitions, we provide hierarchical relations as well as links to external resources.  ...  Alternatively, the vocabularies can be explored by a web browser starting from http://data.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1492440 fatcat:mkko5ddgx5hcdho4t3vzodje2q


Daniel Reschke Pires, Celso Henrique Soufen Tumolo
2020 Diacrítica  
From the analysis, we concluded that the applications can be used as a tool to assist the instruction of vocabulary in spite of limitations such as the lack of chances for language production and decontextualized  ...  of vocabulary in the three most used applications for language learning until the end of 2018.  ...  Sökmen (1997) argues for the use of computerassisted learning with software based on principles of vocabulary acquisition theories.  ... 
doi:10.21814/diacritica.303 doaj:3bf43080e2984923bb5d4d2582b0183c fatcat:qo5thmpvijdxzk2lol7tctcfeq

Clariah Tech Day: Controlled Vocabularies and Ontologies in Dataverse

Slava Tykhonov
2021 Zenodo  
Can we provide depositors a convenient web interface to link their metadata to external controlled vocabularies? Is it possible to disambiguate concepts and create links automatically?  ...  Dataverse meta(data) in FAIR Data Point (FDP) • FDP is a technology developed in FAIRsFAIR project led by DANS • RESTful web service that enables data owners to expose their data sets using rich machine-readable  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5838271 fatcat:r3ultufzqjckhkajvsqup4vcz4
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