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ITS Project Information proposed data categories and the Dublin Core

From: Maxime Lefrançois <maxime.lefrancois@inria.fr>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 10:54:19 +0200 (CEST)
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its-domain best practise would be to use dc:subject ? 

"The topic of the resource. Typically, subject will be expressed as keywords or phrases that describe the subject or content of the resource. The use of controlled vocabularies and formal classification schemas is encouraged." 


its:formatType -> dc:format ? 
"The data format and, optionally, dimensions (e.g., size, duration) of the resource. The format is used to identify the software and possibly hardware that might be needed to display or operate the resource. For the sake of interoperability, the format should be selected from an enumerated list that is currently under development in the workshop series." 


its-genre -> no existing dc relation 


its-purpose -> no existing dc relation 


its-register -> no existing dc relation 

its-genre -> dc:type ? 
"The category of the resource, such as home page, novel, poem, working paper, technical report, essay, dictionary. For the sake of interoperability, Type should be selected from an enumerated list that is under development in the workshop series." 


its-translatorQualification -> no existing dc relation 


Provenance its-author -> dc:creator 

"The person or organization primarily responsible for creating the intellectual content of the resource. For example, authors in the case of written documents, artists, photographers, or illustrators in the case of visual resources." 





Maxime Lefrançois 
Ph.D. Student, INRIA - WIMMICS Team 
http://maxime-lefrancois.info 
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