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Reconsidering Universal Bibliographic Control in Light of the Semantic Web
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The article discusses the future of universal bibliographic control in the context of the Semantic Web, as shown by the example of VIAF (Virtual International Authority File). Expand
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Style Guidelines for Naming and Labeling Ontologies in the Multilingual Web
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In the context of the Semantic Web, natural language descriptions associated with ontologies have proven to be of major importance. Expand
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A Reconsideration of Mapping in a Semantic World
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This paper will review the state of the art of traditional crosswalking strategies, examine lessons learned, and suggest how some changes in approach--from record-based to statement-based, and from syntax- based to semantic-based--can make a significant difference in the outcome. Expand
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Standard library metadata models and structures for the Semantic Web
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This paper aims to give an overview of these initiatives, describing relationships between them in the context of the Semantic Web. Expand
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Clumps and collection description in the information environment in the UK with particular reference to Scotland
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The role, potential and interaction of networked catalogues and collection-level description have recently been given emphasis in order that efficient resource discovery mechanisms, and the effective organisation of such resources, be facilitated within the UK's developing JISC information environment (IE). Expand
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Semantic web and linked open data
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To understand the new technological environment of the Semantic Web and linked open data, and to develop bibliographic services within it, it is necessary to understand some basic concepts and terms. Expand
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ISBD and the Semantic Web
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This paper, therefore, expose facts and describe arguments encountered in the process of preparing the standard for bibliografico direttamente con RDF/XML, i metadati come il Dublin Core Application Profile and XSLT. Expand
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Collecting metadata from institutional repositories
  • G. Dunsire
  • Computer Science
  • OCLC Syst. Serv.
  • 15 February 2008
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We review metadata issues identified in recent research carried out in Scotland on services based on metadata aggregation via OAI‐PMH, and examine the role of collection level description in managing ingest to harvested repositories, subsequent harvesting by secondary aggregators, and the contextualisation of institutional and aggregated repositories in the wider information retrieval environment. Expand
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UNIMARC and linked data
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The main objective of this paper is to present arguments for and recommendations to representing UNIMARC formats for bibliographic and authority data in RDF, the W3C standard for structuring data in Semantic Web and Linked Data environment. Expand
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