Difference between revisions of "ISM's Specialized Vocabulary"

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:"If suitable terms can be found in existing vocabularies, these should be reused to describe data wherever possible, rather than reinvented. Reuse of existing terms is highly desirable as it maximises the probability that data can be consumed by applications that may be tuned to well-known vocabularies, without requiring further pre-processing of the data or modification of the application."
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=== DCMI 15 Elements ===
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See [http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/ this page] for detailed definitions.
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:For the purpose of our project, the "dc:" prefix is used to make it very clear that these are DCMI terms.
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* dc:contributor
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* dc:coverage
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* dc:creator
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* dc:date
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* dc:description
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* dc:format
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* dc:identifier
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* dc:language
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* dc:publisher
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* dc:relation
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* dc:rights
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* dc:source
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* dc:subject
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* dc:title
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* dc:type
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Revision as of 18:17, 9 October 2014

These are the specialized terms that are required for ISM's metadata schema that cannot be found in other standard schemas.

Background

See this page to read about the rationale for reusing existing terms, and following sections about creating new terms.

"If suitable terms can be found in existing vocabularies, these should be reused to describe data wherever possible, rather than reinvented. Reuse of existing terms is highly desirable as it maximises the probability that data can be consumed by applications that may be tuned to well-known vocabularies, without requiring further pre-processing of the data or modification of the application."

DCMI 15 Elements

See this page for detailed definitions.

For the purpose of our project, the "dc:" prefix is used to make it very clear that these are DCMI terms.
  • dc:contributor
  • dc:coverage
  • dc:creator
  • dc:date
  • dc:description
  • dc:format
  • dc:identifier
  • dc:language
  • dc:publisher
  • dc:relation
  • dc:rights
  • dc:source
  • dc:subject
  • dc:title
  • dc:type