Sessions at DC 2012: International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications about Metadata Application Profiles

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Tuesday 4th September 2012

  • Application Profile and Ontology Design (Tutorial)

    by Sam Oh

    {Please note: an additional fee is assessed for this session. See the registration form.}

    Learning Goals (Abstract): This tutorial session will focus on application profile and ontology design for semantic interoperability. The participants will learn:

    how to design application profiles using Oxygen XML editor;
    how to design RDF/OWL ontology using Protégé ontology editor; and
    how to design Topic Map ontology using Ontopoly topic maps editor.

    Who Should Attend: This tutorial can be beneficial for those who want to learn about metadata and ontology in general with some technical depth, are interested in providing better information service by utilizing metadata and ontology, and want to acquire in technical knowledge of how to develop application profiles and ontologies.

    Summary Outline:

    Part I: Metadata Basics

    Introduction to XML Schema
    Understanding Dublin Core (DC) and Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) vocabulary structures
    Designing DC and MODS-based application profiles using Oxygen
    Introduction to Resource Description Framework (RDF)/Web Ontology Language (OWL)
    Introduction to ontology design methodology
    Designing RDF/OWL ontologies using Protégé
    Introduction to Topic Maps
    Designing Topic Maps ontology using Ontopoly

    At 9:00am to 6:00pm, Tuesday 4th September

Wednesday 5th September 2012

  • SESSION 2: Trust

    by Yves Jaques and Joseph T. Tennis

    Stefano Anibaldi, Yves Jaques, Fabrizio Celli, Imma Subirats, Armando Stellato & Johannes Keizer: « Proof and Trust in the OpenAGRIS Implementation »

    Joseph T. Tennis & Corinne Rogers: « Authenticity Metadata and the IPAM: Progress toward the InterPARES Application Profile »

    At 3:00pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday 5th September

Thursday 6th September 2012

  • SESSION 4: Transformation

    by Maja Žumer, Tsunagu Honma and José Borbinha

    Maja Žumer, Marjorie MK Hlava, & Marcia Lei Zeng: « A Domain Model for Describing and Accessing KOS Resources: Report of Processes in Developing a KOS Description Metadata Application Profile »

    Tsunagu Honma, Mitsuharu Nagamori & Shigeo Sugimoto: « A Model to Support Interpretation of Embedded Metadata without Formal Schema by Linking a Metadata Instance to DCMI Description Set Profiles »

    Ruben Mendes, José Borbinha & Hugo Manguinhas: « Extracting Output Schemas from XSLT Stylesheets and Their Possible Applications »

    Poster Lightening Introductions

    At 10:30am to 12:30pm, Thursday 6th September