If you don't find a stylesheet for this, I'd bet a big reason is the unpredictable-ness of Qualified DC in XML. The format isn't nearly as well-defined in XML as simple DC is - one needs to pull together three different schemas. Plus it's rare to see qualified DC out there that only uses the "official" DC qualifiers.
But this does seem like a resource that should exist. Do folks agree on a semi-authoritative definition of Qualified DC in XML that could be used as the basis for building this kind of stylesheet?
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> Subject: [MODS] Qualified Dublin Core to MODS xsl stylesheet ?
> I found a very useful xsl stylesheet on the web
> (simpleDC2MODS.xsl) that allows to transform oai_dc to mods.
> Thanks a lot to Clay Redding for this.
> My question is : does anybody know if the same for qualified
> DC to MODS is available somewhere ?
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