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A Metadata registry from vocabularies up: The NSDL registry project

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The NSDL Metadata Registry is designed to provide humans and machines with the means to discover, create, access and manage metadata schemes, schemas, application profiles, crosswalks and concept mappings. This paper describes the general goals and architecture of the NSDL Metadata Registry as well as issues encountered during the first year of the project's implementation.

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Diane I. Hillmann
Cornell University, USA,
Stuart A. Sutton
University of Washington, USA,
Jon Phipps
Cornell University, USA,
Ryan Laundry
University of Washington,

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Hillmann, D., Sutton, S., Phipps, J., & Laundry, R. (2006). A Metadata registry from vocabularies up: The NSDL registry project. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 2006. https://doi.org/10.23106/dcmi.952108407

DOI : 10.23106/dcmi.952108407

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