Description Set Profile

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Aim and Scope

The eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Application Profiles (APApplication Profile) document the descriptive elements used by eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation to describe its content entities, e.g. publications, organizations, etc. Additional information about objects (properties for items and its components) and structural relations between objects are also existing, but currently not considered in these APs. The APs are nowhere near to being complete yet.

In the first step, the APs are meant for documenting the existing xml schemas only. These documents should be the basis for all future communication about the metadata profiles in use, e.g. PubManPublication Management. We also expect that this approach will help us clarifying how to implement the requirements, thus the work will have certain impacts on the xml schemas.

The format of the table below follows the CENComitée européen de normalisation Workshop Agreement 14855 for Dublin Core Application Profile Guidelines[1]

Functional Requirements

human readable description of the functional requirements ...


Domain Model

picture of the domain model ...

Description Set Profile Application XY

Resource X

Description Template of Resource X

Term URIUniform Resource Identifier http://purl.org/escidoc/metadata/profiles/0.1/publication
Label publication
DCDublin Core Definition A book, article, or other documentary resource.
DCDublin Core Comment -
eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Definition A publication, e.g. book, article, inproceedings.
eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Comment -
Type of term Class
NarrowerThan http://purl.org/dc/terms/BibliographicResource
Best practice -
Remarks -

Resource Y

Term URIUniform Resource Identifier http://purl.org/escidoc/metadata/profiles/0.1/file
Label file
eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Definition A digital resource.
eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Comment -
Type of term Class
NarrowerThan -
Best practice -
Remarks -

References

  1. CWA14855: Dublin Core Application Profile guidelines, see http://www.cen.eu/cenorm/businessdomains/businessdomains/isss/cwa/cwa14855.asp