I think that an article in D-Lib Magazine from December 2004 had an article just on this topic, but I am not sure how it all developed since then.
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From: Simon Margulies [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 10:11 AM
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Subject: [METS] mapping/crosswalk of different metadata standards
Hello to all,
It may be a little off topic, but I consider it worth a try:
- I wonder if there are any possibilities to formally describe metadata mappings/crosswalks? Best in XML or RDF. Has there at all been any agreement upon a way to describe a mapping/crosswalk?
- Does anyone know a source that lists internationally accepted mappings/crosswalks?
Simon Margulies, lic. phil. hist.
University of Basel
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