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DCMI abstract model analysis: Resource model

Vicente Palacios, Jorge Morato, Juan Lloréns, José A. Moreiro
2006 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
The importance that DCMI abstract model is acquiring as a metadata model scheme reference has motivated the work of the present analysis.  ...  some concepts included in the resource model that is included in DCAM.  ...  Introduction The DCMI Abstract Model (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Abstract Model: DCAM) (DCMI, 2005) specifies an abstract model for metadata schemes, initially, for the Dublin Core scheme.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/PalaciosMLM06 fatcat:5q3vivk5vfcdpbwmxy46kavbfa

An information model for managing resources and their metadata

Hannes Ebner, Matthias Palmér
2014 Semantic Web Journal  
The information model and its reference implementation have been evaluated from several perspectives, such as the suitability for resource annotation, a preliminary scalability analysis and the adoption  ...  This article presents such an information model, namely the Resource and Metadata Management Model (ReM 3 ).  ...  Abstract models such as DCAM or MLR were recommended over XML-based models. The handling and transformation of metadata in various schemas and formats was a requirement.  ... 
doi:10.3233/sw-120090 fatcat:wp2emiljgrfrhaeroowgkv6qf4

Evolution of Dublin Core Metadata Standard: An Analysis of the Literature from 1995-2013

Felipe Augusto Arakaki, Plácida Leopoldina Ventura Amorim da Costa Santos, Rachel Cristina Vesu Alves
2015 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
In the second period, several themes were discussed like the Dublin Core Abstract Model (DCAM), Dublin Core Application Profile (DCAP), Semantic Web, Linked Data, interoperability among systems and other  ...  In 1995, the Dublin Core metadata standard was proposed to locate and identify any resource in the Web like webpages, textual content and other resources.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/ArakakiSA15 fatcat:denkzq4dmrgkbbkuccus2w5b2y

A comparative analysis of metadata best practices and guidelines: issues and implications

Jung Ran Park, Andrew Brenza, Caimei Lu
2015 International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies  
Resource discovery and exchange across ever-growing distributed digital repositories demands semantic interoperability based on accurate and consistent resource description.  ...  Research Needs The critical roadblock to achieving the goal of metadata quality control and semantic interoperability across digital repositories is posed by the lack of a common data model that is sharable  ...  Publisher: "An entity responsible for making the resource available." source: unqualified DC metadata (DCMI, 2005) Source vs.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmso.2015.074751 fatcat:pphoyvblqbg3vanheuqk6eobby

Using the DC Abstract Model to support application profile developers

Sarah Pulis, Liddy Nevile
2006 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
In this paper, we consider the use of the DCMI Abstract Model as a potential vehicle for communication between developers of metadata application profiles and system developers.  ...  We propose a UML compliant model of the DCAM as a first step towards the final development of a UML meta-model that will allow for the use of valid UML by those developing DC conformant Application Profiles  ...  the DCMI resource model.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/PulisN06 fatcat:cize6eg7fvfb3ftkdq7bvhwmma

Maintaining a vocabulary: Practices, policies, and models around Dublin Core

Thomas Baker
2004 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
Its initial single-resource data model is evolving towards a fuller framework for evaluating the diversity of Dublin Core implementations.  ...  Within DCMI, however, discussion has focused more on the practices, policies, and models around the Core.  ...  As interoperability presupposes a shared basis for comparison or translation, the Abstract Model and the analysis on which it is based could be of use in addressing interoperability between different metadata  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/Baker04 fatcat:yhjxcwzsdfhwnabmfe6tsvzzki

A model driven approach for the development of metadata editors, applicability to the annotation of geographic information resources

Javier Nogueras-Iso, Miguel Ángel Latre, Rubén Béjar, Pedro R. Muro-Medrano, F. Javier Zarazaga-Soria
2012 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
Thus, this work proposes a model driven approach for the development of metadata editors, more focused on the generic treatment of metadata models than on the development of specific edition forms for  ...  Analysis of metadata standards (CIM models) Nowadays, there are three main families of metadata standards and profiles to describe geographic information resources: Content Standard for Digital Geospatial  ...  abstract model document [29] and RDF Schemas for specifying the constructs and RDF encoding of Dublin Core.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.datak.2012.09.001 fatcat:douzfp3fkzfmnlnviolgks6ici

Extending the simple knowledge organization system for concept management in vocabulary development applications

Joseph T. Tennis, Stuart A. Sutton
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
We take a neopragmatic epistemic stance in asserting the need for an entity in SKOS modeling to mediate between the abstract concept and the concrete scheme.  ...  While the SKOS model sufficiently describes entities for modeling the current state of a scheme in support of indexing and search on the Semantic Web, it lacks the expressive power to serve the needs of  ...  Alistair Miles of the Science and Technology Facilities Council for their contributions to the conceptualizations described herein and for their work to operationalize these conceptualizations in the DCMI  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20702 fatcat:xw4br6g3wnahhn4o72mvt647la

Principle violations revisiting the Dublin Core 1:1 Principle

Richard J. Urban
2010 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Using Gadget summaries, each collection is classified by drawing on concepts defined by the DCMI Abstract Model (Powell, et al., 2007) and DCMI Metadata Terms specifications (DCMI Usage Board, 2008)  ...  A formalized definition of the 1:1 Principle can be used with the improved semantics of the DCMI Abstract Model to augment existing cultural heritage metadata.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504701441 fatcat:o3vgwtpsmvc53pzizca7rfpx5q

Towards an interoperability framework for metadata standards

Mikael Nilsson, Pete Johnston, Ambjörn Naeve, Andy Powell
2006 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
The model rests on the fundamental concept of an "abstract model" for metadata, as exemplified by the DCMI Abstract Model, and is based on concepts and ideas that have developed over the years within the  ...  In this paper, the model is used to compare the Dublin Core metadata standard and the IEEE LOM standard.  ...  Application A uses the DCMI Abstract Model to represent some metadata about a resource. This metadata is encoded using the Dublin Core XML binding, and transferred to another application.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/NilssonJNP06 fatcat:mklbsg57d5ejjnqgby5zjnd5t4

A Metadata schema framework for functional extension of metadata schema registry

Mitsuharu Nagamori, Shigeo Sugimoto
2004 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
The DCMI metadata schema registry has been developed as an authoritative source of DCMI metadata terms.  ...  The DCMI registry has an important role to enhance semantic interoperability of the metadata terms.  ...  A Layered Model for Metadata Schema This section first defines the layered model of metadata schemas, and then discusses requirements analysis of interoperability based on the model.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/NagamoriS04 fatcat:bpazjp6dtbazvh26zhbnh3vjsi

HydroShare: Sharing Diverse Environmental Data Types and Models as Social Objects with Application to the Hydrology Domain

Jeffery S. Horsburgh, Mohamed M. Morsy, Anthony M. Castronova, Jonathan L. Goodall, Tian Gan, Hong Yi, Michael J. Stealey, David G. Tarboton
2015 Journal of the American Water Resources Association  
The flexibility of HydroShare's data model and packaging scheme is demonstrated using multiple hydrologic data and model use cases that highlight its features.  ...  The types of data and models used within the hydrologic science community are diverse.  ...  Furthermore, the additional specification of resource content data models for known resource types enables the creation of value-added visualization and analysis tools that operate on specific resource  ... 
doi:10.1111/1752-1688.12363 fatcat:fm5o7lbtkvchrepfwjosqmlxai

A DCAP to Promote Easy-to-Use Data for Multiresolution and Multitemporal Satellite Imagery Analysis

Isabelle Mougenot, Jean-Christophe Desconnets, Hatim Chahdi
2015 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
More specifically, we discuss RDF-compliant machine-processable aspects of the EO application profile (EOAP) in terms of the DCMI Description Set Profile (DSP) model.  ...  Additionally, a methodological approach to represent a DSP model using UML profiling activities is proposed.  ...  Section 3 describes the modeling activities at different abstraction levels to work towards building a description set model for Earth observation resources.  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/MougenotDC15 fatcat:vgqj7qurqrffxfdle3l7ewu3mu

Dublin Core: state of art (1995 to 2015)

Felipe Augusto Arakaki, Rachel Cristina Vesu Alves, Plácida Leopoldina Ventura Amorim da Costa Santos
2018 Informação & Sociedade: Estudos  
In face of using Communication and Information Technologies in the 90´s, a new setting started to emerge as the availability of resources in Web environment.  ...  The necessity of representation, identification, location and access to resources has been widely discussed and has contributed to events and Dublin Core metadata standards.  ...  In Dublin Core application profile these resources are: Models of communities domain; Metadata Vocabulary; DCMI Abstract Model; and DCMI Syntax Guide.  ... 
doi:10.22478/ufpb.1809-4783.2018v28n2.38012 fatcat:kepotqdzfraktp4yrri5hjyayu

Describing Scholarly Works with Dublin Core: A Functional Approach

Julie Allinson
2008 Library Trends  
These elements build on the foundations laid down by the Dublin Core Abstract Model and utilize a preexisting domain model (FR-BR-Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) in order to support  ...  This work provides an active illustration of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) "Singapore Framework" for Application Profiles, presented at the DCMI Conference in 2007, by incorporating the various  ...  It fits well with the current work of the DCMI, in particular by utilizing the strengths of the DCMI Abstract Model, allowing the grouping of descriptions of multiple entities into a single description  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.0.0034 fatcat:6dhhstajufbqpel4ozhx4rqv5q
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