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Scheduled Conference Title
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark PCC Task Group on URIs in MARC Report Abstract
Jackie Shieh, Terry Reese, Jean Godby, Steven Folsom, Tiziana Possemato
 
DC-2011, The Hague Performing Statistical Methods on Linked Data Abstract
Benjamin Zapilko, Brigitte Mathiak
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Permanence and Temporal Interoperability of Metadata in the Linked Open Data Environment Abstract
Shigeo Sugimoto, Chunqiu Li, Mitsuharu Nagamori, Jane Greenberg
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Persistent Identifiers for Metadata Terms in a Crowd-Sourced Vocabulary Abstract
John Kunze, Greg Janee, Christopher Patton
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Planning a Platform for Learning Linked Data Abstract
Michael D. Crandall, Joseph Tennis, Stuart Sutton, Thomas Baker, David Talley
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark POSTDATA – Towards publishing European Poetry as Linked Open Data Abstract
Mariana Curado Malta, Elena Gonzalez-Blanco, Paloma Centenera
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Preceedings of the 2013 CAMP-4-DATA Workshop Abstract
Jane Greenberg, Alex Ball, Keith Jeffrey, Jian Qin, Rebecca Koskela
 
DC-2011, The Hague Product Lifecycle Metadata Harmonization with the Future in OAIS Archives Abstract
Jörg Brunsmann
 
DC-2011, The Hague Profiling Transformations in Heterogeneous and Large Scale Metadata Harvesting Processes Abstract
João Sequeira, João Edmundo, Hugo Manguinhas, Gilberto Pedrosa, José Borbinha
 
DC-2012, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia Proof and Trust in the OpenAGRIS Implementation Abstract
Yves Jaques, Stefano Anibaldi, Fabrizio Celli, Imma Subirats, Armando Stellato, Johannes Keizer
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Proposal of application profile for Digital Images for Libraries, Archives and Museums (DILAM) conceptual model Abstract
Ana Carolina Simionato, Plácida Leopoldina Ventura Amorim da Costa Santos
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance and Annotations for Linked Data Abstract
Kai Eckert
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Provenance Cantral: More Mikeage from Provenance Metadata Abstract
Bertram Ludäscher, Paolo Missier
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Provenance Description of Metadata using PROV with PREMIS for Long-term Use of Metadata Abstract
Chunqiu Li, Shigeo Sugimoto
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. PunkCore: Developing an Application Profile for the Culture of Punk Abstract
Joelen Pastva, Valerie Harris
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. RDF Application Profiles and Tools for Metadata Validation and Quality Control Abstract
Mark A. Matienzo, Kevin Ford, Tom Johnson, Eric Miller, David Wood
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. RDF Validation in the Cultural Heritage Community Abstract
Karen Coyle, Kai Eckert, Stefanie Rühle, Karen Coyle, Thomas Baker, Thomas Bosch, Tom Johnson
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Realising a Federation of Repositories of Reusable Metadata Abstract
Nikolaos Loutas, Stijn Goedertier, João Rodrigues Frade, Christophe Colas, Michiel De Keyzer, Debora Di Giacomo, Makx Dekkers, Vassilios Peristeras
 
DC-2012, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia Recordkeeping Metadata, the Archival Multiverse, and Societal Grand Challenges Abstract
Anne Gilliland, Sue McKemmish
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Remixing Archival Metadata Project (RAMP) 2.0: Recent Developments and Analysis of Wikipedia Referrals Abstract
Mairelys Lemus-Rojas
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Representation of the UNIMARC Bibliographic Data Format in Resource Description Framework Abstract
Gordon Dunsire, Mirna Willer, Predrag Perožić
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Requirements on RDF Constraint Formulation and Validation Abstract
Thomas Bosch, Kai Eckert
 
DC-2011, The Hague Resource Description and Access (RDA) as a Content Standard for the Dublin Core Abstract
Myung-Ja K. Han, Melanie Wacker, Judith Dartt
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Retaining Metadata in Remixed Cultural Heritage Objects Abstract
Jamie Viva Wittenberg
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Reusing Legacy Metadata for Digital Projects: The Colorado Coal Project Collection Abstract
Michael Dulock
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Reusing Textual Resources in Educational Assessment: Adding Text Readability Metrics to Learning Metadata Abstract
Muriel Foulonneau, Eric Ras, Elie Abou Zeid, Talar Atéchian
 
DC-2011, The Hague Satellites, the Elsevier format for ancillary information to scientific journals and books Abstract
David Kuilman, Martin Ruck
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Save the Children Resource Libraries: Aligning Internal Technical Resource Libraries with a Public Distribution Website Abstract
Joseph A. Busch, Branka Kosovac, Katie Konrad, Martin Svensson
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Schema.org, SchemaBibExtend - Structured Data on the Web Abstract
Richard Wallis, Charles McCathie Nevile, Dan Scott
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Schema.org Structured Data on the Web – An Extending Influence Abstract
Richard Wallis
 
DC-2011, The Hague Scherzo: A FRBR-Based Music Discovery System Abstract
Mark Notess, Jon W. Dunn, Juliet L. Hardesty
 
DC-2011, The Hague Semantic bibliography based on ontology and linked data Abstract
Haiyan Bai, Xiaodong Qiao, Bing Liang
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Separation of Concerns: PID Information Types and Domain Metadata Abstract
Tobias Weigel, Timothy DiLauro
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. SEPIA Project: Providing Access to Digital Image Content for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Abstract
Jennifer Sweeney
 
DC-2011, The Hague SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System) Abstract
Antoine Isaac
 
DC-2011, The Hague Social Tagging Community Workshop Abstract
Emma Tonkin, Eva M. Méndez
 
DC-2012, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia Special session on Semantic Web Vocabularies and Drupal Abstract
John Fereira, Joachim Neubert, Johannes Keizer, Thomas Baker
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Stable, Persistent Metadata terms Abstract
Thomas Baker, Leif Andresen, Paul Walk
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Study of Adhesion between Dublin Core and Marc: Reviewing the Interoperability between UNESP and the National Library Abstract
Elaine Parra Affonso, Elizabete Cristina de Souza de Aguiar Monteiro, Ricardo César Gonçalves Sant’ana
 
DC-2011, The Hague Style Guidelines for Naming and Labeling Ontologies in the Multilingual Web Abstract
Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Daniel Vila-Suero, Boris Villazón-Terrazas, Gordon Dunsire, Elena Escolano, Asunción Gómez-Pérez
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Sweet Potato Ontology Abstract
Vilma Rocio Hualla Mamani, Reinhard Simon, Robert Mwanga, Henry Saul Juarez Soto, Genoveva Rossel Montesinos
 
DC-2011, The Hague Taking Music Metadata from MARC to FRBR to RDF Abstract
Madelyn Washington, Mark Notess, Jon W. Dunn
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. The 1:1 Principle in the Age of Linked Data Abstract
Richard J. Urban
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. The ARK Identifier Scheme: Lessons Learnt at the BnF and Questions Yet Unanswered Abstract
Sébastien Peyrard, John A. Kunze, Jean-Philippe Tramoni
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark The British National Bibliography: Who uses our Linked Data? Abstract
Corine Deliot, Neil Wilson, Luca Costabello, Pierre-Yves Vandenbussche
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal The DCC Disciplinary Metadata Catalogue Abstract
Alex Ball
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. The Development of Application Profile for the OAK Institutional Repository Abstract
Mihwa Lee, Jee-Hyun Rho, Eun-Ju Lee, Yoon Kyung Choi
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. The Digital Public Library of America Ingestion Ecosystem: Lessons Learned After One Year of Large-Scale Collaborative Metadata Aggregation Abstract
Mark A. Matienzo, Amy Rudersdorf
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark The Dutch Art & Architecture Thesaurus® Put into Practice: The Example of Anet, Antwerp Abstract
Karen Andree, Reem Weda
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark The Global Agricultural Concept Scheme and Agrisemantics Abstract
Thomas Baker, Caterina Caracciolo, Anton Doroszenko, Lori Finch, Osma Suominen, Sujata Suri
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil The Linkable Neil Armstrong: Using BIBFRAME to Increase Visibility of Digital Collections Abstract
Carolyn Hansen, Sean Crowe
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. The NDL Great East Japan Earthquake Archive: Features of Metadata Schema Abstract
Julie Fukuyama, Akiko Hashizume
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. The Post-Truth Information Age: Developing a Metadata Community Response Abstract
David N Clarke
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal The Research of Open Conference Resources Organization based on RDA Description Abstract
Miaoling Chai, Jiang Zhu
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. The Role of Metadata in an Open Knowledge Age? Abstract
Sayeed Choudhury
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark The Role of Metadata in the SECOND Machine Age Abstract
Bradley Paul Allen
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. The TR32DB Metadata Schema: A Multi-level Metadata Schema for an Interdisciplinary Project Database Abstract
Constanze Curdt, Dirk Hoffmeister
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil The Use of Application Profiles and Metadata Schemas by Digital Repositories: Findings from a Survey Abstract
Morgana Carneiro Andrade, Ana Alice Rodrigues Pereira Baptista
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. The Use of Digital Object Identifiers in the National Diet Library Digital Collections Abstract
Saho Yasumatsu, Tomoko Okuda
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal The W3C Provenance Ontology Abstract
Daniel Garijo
 
DC-2011, The Hague Thesaurus alignment for Linked Data publishing Abstract
Johannes Keizer, Ahsan Morshed, Caterina Caracciolo, Gudrun Johannsen
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. Topic maps for digital scholarly monographs Abstract
Alexandra Alisa Provo, Michel Biezunski
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. Towards a BIBFRAME Implementation: The bibliotek-o Framework Abstract
Jason Kovari, Steven Folsom, Rebecca Younes
 
DC-2011, The Hague Towards Contextually Descriptive Embedded Metadata Abstract
Matthew Miller, Chris Mullin
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Towards Description Set Profiles for RDF using SPARQL as Intermediate Language Abstract
Thomas Bosch, Kai Eckert
 
DC-2011, The Hague Towards Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums Abstract
Emmanuelle Bermes
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Towards the Development of a Metadata Model for a Digital Cultural Heritage Collection with Focus on Provenance Information Abstract
Susanne Al-Eryani, Stefanie Rühle
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Towards the Representation of Chinese Traditional Music: A State of the Art Review of Music Metadata Standards Abstract
Mi Tian, György Fazekas, Dawn Black, Mark Sandler
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Training the Trainers for Linked Data Abstract
Seth van Hooland, Ruben Verborgh
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Training the Trainers for Linked Data Abstract
Seth van Hooland, Ruben Verborgh
 
DC-2011, The Hague Translation Task Group Workshop Abstract
Karen Rollitt, Shigeo Sugimoto
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Understanding Metadata Needs when Migrating DAMS Abstract
Ayla Stein, Santi Thompson
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. Understanding users' metadata needs: How do we know what they want? Abstract
Jeanette Norris
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Undressing Fashion Metadata: Ryerson University Fashion Research Collection Abstract
Naomi Eichenlaub, Marina Morgan, Ingrid Masak-Mida
 
DC-2011, The Hague Universal File System Extended Attributes Namespace Abstract
François Revol
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark University Metadata and Retrieval: The Death of the Library Catalog? Abstract
Marjorie MK Hlava, Judith C. Russell, Koraljka Golub, Ying-Sang Liu
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Usage Data for Metadata Properties to Support Open Data Registries and Semantic Wikis Abstract
Muriel Foulonneau, Sébastien Martin, Jacques Ducloy, Thierry Daunois, Slim Turki
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Use and Connect: Linked Open Data of the National Diet Library, Japan Abstract
Yoshikazu Nagai, Akiko Hashizume, Julie Fukuyama
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Use of Authorities Open Data in the ARROW Rights Infrastructure Abstract
Nuno Freire, Markus Muhr
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Use of Dublin Core to Increase Public Transparency of Brazilian Senate's Bills Datasets Abstract
Fernando de Assis Rodriuges, Ricardo César Gonçalves Sant'Ana
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Useful Data: Metadata for Context and Reuse in a Multidisciplinary, Multipurpose Repository Abstract
Grace Agnew, Mary Beth Webber
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Using DC Metadata in preservation content: the case of the Italian “Protocollo Informatico” Abstract
Anna Rovella, Nicola Ielpo, Assunta Caruso
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Using Dublin Core Standard for the Metadata Description of Transport Statistics – Practical Experience from a Project Dedicated to the Set-Up of an Interlinked Statistics Portal Abstract
Rene Kelpin, Antje von Schmidt, Michael Hepting, Petra Kokus, Alexandra Leipold, Thorsten Schäfer
 
DC-2016, Copenhagen, Denmark Using Korean Open Government Data for Data Curation and Data Integration Abstract
Richard Smiraglia, Hyoungjoo Park
 
DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil Using Metadata for Interoperability of Species Distribution Models Abstract
Cleverton Ferreira Borba, Pedro Luiz Pizzigatti Correa
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Using Metadata Standards to Improve IMF and National Data Abstract
Nalini Umashankar
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. Using the Semantic Web to Improve Knowledge of Translations Abstract
Karen Sandra Smith-Yoshimura
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Utilizing Drupal for the Implementation of a Dublin Core-Based Data Catalog Abstract
Lisa Federer
 
DC-2017, Washington, D.C. VitroLib: From an ontology and instance editor to a linked data cataloging editor Abstract
Huda Khan, Lynette Rayle, Rebecca Younes
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Vocabulary Day at DC-2013 Abstract
Diane Ileana Hillmann
 
DC-2011, The Hague Vocabulary Management and Alignment Session Abstract
Diane Ileana Hillmann, Thomas Baker, Corey A. Harper, Gordon Dunsire, Johannes Keizer, Jon Phipps
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Vocabulary Management Community Abstract
Diane Ileana Hillmann
 
DC-2011, The Hague Which metadata for Ancient Arabic Manuscripts Cataloguing? Abstract
Soualah Mohammed Ourabah, Mohamed Hassoun
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal Why Schema.org? Abstract
Richard Wallis
 
DC-2014, Austin Texas, U.S.A. Wikipedia-based Extraction of Lightweight Ontologies for Concept Level Annotation Abstract
Michael Lauruhn, Elshaimaa Ali
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal With a Focused Intent: Evolution of DCMI as a Research Community Abstract
Jihee Beak, Richard P. Smiraglia
 
DC-2013, Lisbon, Portugal ZBW Labs: Publish Projects as Linked Data Abstract
Joachim Neubert
 
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