Metafore metadata writing and quality control
To classify an object as, for example, Dewey class number Topology i. This is particularly useful in video applications such as Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Vehicle Recognition Identification software, wherein license plate data is saved and used to create reports and alerts.
An example of structural metadata would be how pages are ordered to form chapters of a book. To meet these gargantuan and constantly increasing information retrieval challenges, Google has developed one of the largest and most powerful computer infrastructures on the planet.
The documentation for these forums are titled, "Suggested metadata practices for legislation and regulations.
However, the example may be seen as problematic from an ontological perspective, because neither catalog entries nor books are, in fact, data per se; they are containers or carriers of data.
Also termed "arrearages," the concept first appeared in the literature inbut it was Piternick who first diagnosed a cause of backlogs as increases in expenditure on library materials without a corresponding increase in resources allocated for processing, and identified two types of backlog: materials delayed in processing for unknown reasons and those "deliberately segregated for deferred treatment.
His most compelling argument is the first one: people lie. These files may be mistakenly saved as. The combination of the metadata and master data elements results in a statement which is a metacontent statement i. Unintentional debt refers to code of low quality which does not function or functions inefficiently; this debt is repaid later via refactoring or other improvements.
Hypermapping frequently applies to layering of geographical and geological information overlays. Using controlled vocabularies for the components of metacontent statements, whether for indexing or finding, is endorsed by ISO : "If both the indexer and the searcher are guided to choose the same term for the same concept, then relevant documents will be retrieved. Li et al. Steve Lawrence and C. The major impact of granularity is not only on creation and capture, but moreover on maintenance costs. Code debt Poorly written code that violates best practices or coding rules. Unintentional metadata code debt includes errors made unknowingly in the course of cataloging; this could be as simple as a typo found in a text note field, or as complex as a vendor record load in which the same mistake appears hundreds or thousands of times throughout the batch. In a later literature review, Li, Avgeriou and Liang expand on the types of debt identified by Tom et al. Metadata has hit the big time; it is now a pervasive phenomenon, and even a consumer commodity. Between technical services and systems, breakdowns in communication of cataloging user needs may occur, or a failure to communicate how indexing, search, and display features in the discovery application interact with the underlying metadata in the catalog, resulting in sub-standard search and discovery experiences for both catalogers and end users of the system. Park provides a summary of the concurrency of the Bruce-Hillmann and Gasser-Stvilia frameworks. On the other hand, NISO distinguishes among three types of metadata: descriptive, structural, and administrative. An emerging trend in both library technology and technical services is the embrace of project management strategies and philosophies, including Agile , for the roll-out of bibliographic cataloging production Thompson, Much work is being accomplished in the national and international standards communities, especially ANSI American National Standards Institute and ISO International Organization for Standardization to reach consensus on standardizing metadata and registries.
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