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mapping different metadata standards

From: Simon Margulies <simon.margulies@unibas.ch>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 16:48:30 +0200
To: www-rdf-interest <www-rdf-interest@w3c.org>
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I'm developing a secure P2P storage system that apart from storing  
the data of every contributing institution itself stores the  
according xml-metadata. This metadata is generated by the  
institutions according to different standards: i.e. METS, EAD, DC, etc.
The metadata of my distributed storage system will be modeled in RDF.  
In this RDF-Structure I want to integrate the (METS, EAD, DC)- 
Metadata of the stored files. In the future I want to perform  
searches over the whole P2P storage system. To be able to perform  
searches over the different metadata-standards I need to implement a  
semantic mapping between the different tags of the metadata- 
standards: i. e. dc:title eq. mets:title

It seems obvious to me that I should do this mapping by defining an  
ontology using rdfs and owl. But being new to this field it remains  
cumbersome how I'd have to code this. The w3c-documentation offers me  
little help because of its rather complicated language and limited  
usability of the examples..

Maybe some of you could help me with an example of such a mapping and  
a possible link to useful tools?



Simon Margulies, lic. phil. hist.
University of Basel
Imaging & Media Lab
+41 61 267 04 88

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