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Harvesting metadata for immovable monuments from "local inventories" and mapping them to standards
This work focuses on a harvesting of various metadata elements that exists in informally and heterogeneous schemas for the documentation of immovable monuments used from many Greek public services, working in the field of ...
Comparing metadata quality in the Europeana context
The quality of the metadata affects the interoperability of the collections and the quality of all search results, and is important to the success of Europeana. It is not obvious how to define quality metrics, on different ...
Implementing enhanced OAI-PMH requirements for Europeana
Europeana has put in a stretch many known procedures in digital libraries, imposing requirements difficult to be implemented in many small institutions, often without dedicated systems support personnel. Although there are ...
Describing immovable monuments with metadata standards
Collections with immovable monuments are less researched than other material of our culture from the aspect of description. This led us to study the metadata elements hosted in various heterogeneous schemas by local ...
Data Brokers: building collections through automated negotiation
Collecting digital materials is time-consuming and can gain from automation. Since each source - and even each acquisition - may involve a separate negotiation of terms, a collector may prefer to use a broker to represent ...
Semantic based substitution of unsupported access points in the library meta-search environments
Meta-searching library communities involve access to sources where metadata are invisible behind query interfaces. Many of the query interfaces utilize predefined abstract Access Points for the implementation of the search ...
Meta-composer: synthesizing online FRBR works from library resources
Next generation display and indexing of cataloging records are mainly influenced from the development of the FRBR conceptual model. While the process for collecting all relevant bibliographic records in a catalogue to an ...
An adaptable framework for integrating and querying sensor data
Sensor data generated by pervasive applications are very diverse and are rarely described in standard or established formats. Consequently, one of the greatest challenges in pervasive systems is to integrate heterogeneous ...
(Ιόνιο Πανεπιστήμιο, Τμήμα Αρχειονομίας – Βιβλιοθηκονομίας, 2004)