Metadata: Development, deployment and diffusion
van Prooijen, Marvin W. (2006) Metadata: Development, deployment and diffusion. In Edwards, Sylvia L. (Ed.) 1st Annual Web Content Management Symposium: C3 Create Clarify Connect, 3rd June 2006, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
This paper illustrates five metadata standard developments for differing user constituencies and business domains. Applications supported by metadata are discussed in relation to users groups, information resources and core business activities. Presentation focusses on information organisation analogous to methods also employed in Libraries and archiving. The examples are AGLS, METS, OAI, ONIX and AGLS. The example studies show problems and solutions for use in practice. With development ongoing, certain conditions have to be present for metadata to be a greater asset.
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