|Title:||The Design of Metadata for the Digital Museum Initiative in Taiwan||Authors:||Chen, Chao-Chen
|Keywords:||Metadata;Digital Museum||Issue Date:||2002||Journal Volume:||26||Journal Issue:||5||Start page/Pages:||295-306||Source:||Online Information Review||Abstract:||
Metadata plays a crucial role in a digital library/museum environment.
However, the development of metadata is not an easy task. Its formulation starts
with analyzing the attributes of collections as well as understanding the user
information needs and information seeking behavior. The issue of interoperability
also needs to be considered in terms of both semantics and syntax. This paper
discusses issues related to the development of metadata in Taiwan. We describe the
development process of a Chinese metadata system, Metadata Interchange for
Chinese Information (MICI), and an XML/metadata management system, Metalogy.
Both were developed under the Digital Museum Initiative sponsored by the National
Science Council of Taiwan.
|DOI:||10.1108/14684520210447868||Rights:||Department of Library & Information Science ,National Taiwan University;Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering ,National Taiwan University|
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