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Integrating Dublin Core metadata for cultural heritage collections using ontologies
Metadata interoperability is an active research area, especially for cultural heritage collections, which consist of heterogeneous objects described by a variety of metadata schemas. In this paper we propose an ontology-based ...
A metadata application profile for collection-level description of digital folklore resources
The preservation and representation of folklore collections is a basic priority for every country because they are valuable for studying the customs and the tradition of specific groups of people and places. However, for ...
Ontology-Based Metadata Integration in the Cultural Heritage Domain
In this paper, we propose an ontology-based metadata integration methodology for the cultural heritage domain. The proposed real - world approach considers an integration architecture in which CIDOC/CRM ontology acts as a ...
A multi-layer metadata schema for digital folklore collections.
Digital folklore collections are valuable sources for studying the cultural and oral tradition of a country. The main difficulty in managing such collections is material heterogeneity (handwritten texts, photographs, 3D ...
Semantic Integration of Collection Description
The article discusses the semantic metadata integration and mapping of CIDOC/Conceptual Reference Model (CRM) and Dublin Core Collections Application Profile (DCCAP) in cultural heritage domain. It notes that the mapping ...