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Did you look at the Getty website?

http://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/standards/intrometadata/crosswalks.html 

or search the www.loc.gov website.  A simple search retrieves several crosswalk examples.

Eileen Mathias


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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?


Thanks


Simon



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