The Management and Automatic Production of Metadata

@inproceedings{Drewery1999TheMA,
  title={The Management and Automatic Production of Metadata},
  author={J. O. Drewery and Joseph L. Riley},
  year={1999}
}
Metadata, if standardised, provides a means to help people work together to produce programmes for broadcast or internet delivery. This paper reviews the benefits of adopting metadata and identifies the particular kinds that are needed at different stages of the production chain. It then discusses the management of metadata, some opportunities for generating it automatically and the possibility of using agent technology to aid this process. 

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