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DUBLIN CORE - METADATA

  1. A Common Model to Support Interoperable Metadata: Progress Report on Reconciling Metadata Requirements from the Dublin Core and INDECS/DOI Communities. David Bearman, Eric Miller, Godfrey Rust, Jennifer Trant, and Stuart Weibel D-Lib Magazine (January 1999). 

  2. A Cross-Domain Attribute Set. Ralph LeVan

  3. A Grammer of Dublin Core.Thomas Baker. D-Lib Magazine (October 2000)

  4. CIMI Dublin Core DTD

  5. DCMI Box Encoding Scheme: Specification of the spatial limits of a place, and methods for encoding this in a text string. Simon Cox

  6. DCMI DCSV: A syntax for writing a list of labelled values in a text string. Simon Cox, Renato Iannella

  7. DCMI Period Encoding Scheme: Specification of the limits of a time interval, and methods for encoding this in a text string. Simon Cox

  8. DCMI Point Encoding Scheme: A point location in space, and methods for encoding this in a text string. Simon Cox

  9. DCMI Type Vocabulary.

  10. Dublin Core/MARC/GILS Crosswalk. Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress

  11. Dublin Core Metadata in the RLG Information Landscape. Willy Cromwell-Kessler " D-Lib Magazine (December 1997).

  12. Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Progress Report and Workplan for 2002. Makx Dekkers, and Stuart L. Weibel. D-LIB Magazine (February 2002).

  13. Dublin Core Management. Andy Powell.Ariadne, no. 10 (1997).

  14. Dublin Core Qualifiers.

  15. Dublin Core & Z39.50. Ralph LeVan

  16. Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1.

  17. DTD's for the Dublin Core Element Set. Eric Miller

  18. Encoding Dublin Core in HTML. John Kunze

  19. Encoding OpenURLs in Dublin Core Metadata. Andy Powell. Ann Apps. Ariadne, no. 27 (2001).

  20. Expressing Simple Dublin Core in RDF/XML. Dave Beckett , Eric Miller and Dan Brickley.

  21. Expressing Qualified Dublin Core in RDF / XML. Stefan Kokkelink and Roland Schwänzl.

  22. Guidelines for implementing Dublin Core in XML. Andy Powell and Pete Johnston.

  23. Metadata Table for the Coolidge-Consumerism Experiment A Project of the Library of Congress and the Corporation for National Research Initiatives. Version of June 8, 1999; Carl Fleischhauer

  24. Metadata for digital preservation: an update. Michael Day. Ariadne Issue 22  (1999).

  25. Namespace Policy for the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). Andy Powell. Harry Wagner.

  26. Names in Dublin Core. Diane I Hillmann.

  27. Languages for Dublin Core. D-Lib Magazine (December 1998). 

  28. Representing People's Names in Dublin Core. Andrew Waugh

  29. Structural Metadata Dictionary for LC Digitized Material version 1.03

  30. The 4th Dublin Core Metadata Workshop Report: DC-4; March 3-5, 1997; National Library of Australia, Canberra. Stuart Weibel, Renato Iannella, and Warwick Cathro. D-Lib Magazine (June 1997).

  31. The Dublin Core and Warwick Framework: A Review of the Literature, March 1995-September 1997. Thiele, Harold. D-Lib Magazine (January 1998).

  32. The Dublin Core Descriptive Metadata Program: Strategic Implications for Libraries and Networked Information Access. Clifford Lynch. ARL: A Bimonthly Newsletter of Research Library Issues and Actions, no. 196 (February 1998): 5-10. 

  33. The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative: Mission, Current Activities, and Future Directions.Stuart L. Weibel and Traugott Koch. D-Lib Magazine 6 (December 2000).

  34. The State of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative April 1999. D-Lib Magazine (April 1999).

  35. The Use of Dublin Core Metadata in WebDAV. John Stracke.

  36. The use of XML as a transfer syntax for museum records during the CIMI Dublin Core test bed : some practical experiences. Bert Degenhart Drenth.

  37. To Hel(sinki) and Back for the Dublin Core.The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 8, no. 4 (1997): 26-30.

  38. Using Dublin Core. Diane I Hillmann.


 
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