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Title: A study of MODS and METS from the perspectives of digital resources interoperability
Authors: Wu, Ying-Yueh
吳瑩月
Contributors: 圖書資訊與檔案學研究所
Date: 2006-08
Issue Date: 2015-03-25 14:49:31 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The Library of Congress, U.S.A. promotes two kinds of standards, the MODS and the METS. MODS is a metadata object description schema which includes multiple functions, such as digital object inquiring, searching, and management. METS is a metadata encoding and transmission standard for encoding descriptive, administrative, and structural metadata, regarding objects within a digital library. There have been a great amount of accumulated digital objects since the worldwide digitalization of materials. A more efficient and interoperable medium of metadata has presently been desired. In view of such a thriving development of digitalization, MODS and METS have certainly opened up a new route for the integration and interoperability of abundant and heterogeneous interlibrary resources. (Author abstract)
Relation: Bulletin of Library and Information Science ,58 , 92-108
Data Type: article
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