PubMan Func Spec Dublin Core Mapping

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Dublin Core

This mapping uses Simple/unqualified Dublin Core.

Dublin Core elements

The following elements are specified in the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set (DCMES) version 1.1 (http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/). The order of the elements is arbitrary (alphabetical in this list), but a meaningful order can be implemented locally.

  • contributor
  • coverage
  • creator
  • date
  • description
  • format
  • identifier
  • language
  • publisher
  • relation
  • rights
  • source
  • subject
  • title
  • type

See also Dublin Core Metadata Element Set.

eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Metadata Set for Publication

PubMan Metadata Sets#eSciDoc Metadata Set for Publication

Mapping eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Metadata Set for Publications to Dublin Core (for DCDublin Core Export)

Mapping of eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation Standard Entries

eSciDocEnhanced Scientific Documentation DCDublin Core Comment/Condition(s)
Genre dc:type in addition create 2nd dc:type with DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative Type = Text (to be discussed with Traugott Koch or KIMKompetenzzentrum Interoperable Metadaten --Makarenko 15:07, 4 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time): DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative Type has own namespace, can it be used in the mapping?
Creator.CreatorType - -
Creator.CreatorRole - determines whether the Creator is mapped to dc:contributor or to dc:creator (see below).
Creator.Person.CompleteName dc:creator if Creator.CreatorRole = Author. Otherwise, if Creator.CreatorRole is Advisor, Contributor, Transcriber, Translator, or Honoree, map Creator.Person.CompleteName to dc:contributor. For other Creator.CreatorRoles, map Creator.Person.CompleteName to dc:creator if there is no Creator.CreatorRole = Author, or map to dc:contributor if there is already a Creator.CreatorRole = Author.
Creator.Person.GivenName dc:creator if there's no CompleteName. See above
Creator.Person.FamilyName dc:creator if there's no CompleteName. See above
Creator.Person.AlternativeName - -
Creator.Person.Title - -
Creator.Person.Organization.Name dc:contributor -
Creator.Person.Organization.Address - -
Creator.Person.Organization.Identifier - -
Creator.Person.Identifier - -
Creator.Organization.Name dc:creator if Creator.CreatorRole = Author. Otherwise, if Creator.CreatorRole is Advisor, Contributor, Transcriber, Translator, or Honoree, map Creator.Organization.Name to dc:contributor. For other Creator.CreatorRoles, map Creator.Organization.Name to dc:creator if there is no Creator.CreatorRole = Author, or map to dc:contributor if there is already a Creator.CreatorRole = Author.
Creator.Organization.Address - -
Creator.Organization.Identifier - -
Title dc:title -
Language dc:language ISOInternational Organization for Standardization 639 is also proposed by DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative, so no transformation is necessary.
AlternativeTitle dc:title It should be made clear by the order of the dc:title fields which is the main title and which is the alternative title (e.g. 1st dc:title = main title, 2nd dc:title = alternative title).
Identifier.Id dc:identifier please write value of Identifier.IdType: value of Identifier.Id, e.g. ISBNInternational Standard Book Number: 3-454-567-X; to be discussed with Traugott Koch or KIMKompetenzzentrum Interoperable Metadaten
Identifier.IdType dc:identifier see above
PublishingInfo.Publisher dc:publisher -
PublishingInfo.Place dc:source will be included into the bibliographic citation (dc:source), the topic "dc:source" is in general to be discussed with Traugott/KIMKompetenzzentrum Interoperable Metadaten --Makarenko 15:07, 4 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time): Not clear, it means that citationmanager should be called for citation creation?
PublishingInfo.Edition dc:source will be included into the bibliographic citation (dc:source)
Date.Date dc:date ISOInternational Organization for Standardization 8601 is also proposed by DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative, so no transformation is necessary. Since no qualifiers are used to express the Date.DateType, only the first Date.Date according to PubMan_Func_Spec_OpenURL_Mapping is mapped to dc:date and all others are ignored.
Date.DateType - is used to determine which Date.Date is mapped to dc:date (see above).
ReviewMethod -
Source.Genre - -
Source.Title dc:source together with other Source information (see below). DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative suggests dcterms:bibliographicCitation for this kind of data, which is a Qualified Dublin Core refinement of dc:identifier. Additionally, Source information may be stored in dc:identifier in OpenURLOpen Uniform Resource Locator format. See http://dublincore.org/documents/dc-citation-guidelines/ --Makarenko 15:21, 4 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time): dcterms has own namespace different from dc, can it be used in the mapping?
Source.AlternativeTitle - -
Source.Creator.CreatorType - -
Source.Creator.CreatorRole - -
Source.Creator.Person.CompleteName dc:source together with other Source data (see above). Map only if Source.Genre = Book, Proceedings, Issue, or Other.
Source.Creator.Person.GivenName dc:source if there is no Source.Creator.Person.CompleteName. See above.
Source.Creator.Person.FamilyName dc:source if there is no Source.Creator.Person.CompleteName. See above.
Source.Creator.Person.AlternativeName - -
Source.Creator.Person.Title - -
Source.Creator.Person.Organization - -
Source.Creator.Person.Identifier - -
Source.Creator.Organization.Name dc:source together with other Source data (see above). Map only if Source.Genre = Book, Proceedings, Issue, or Other.
Source.Creator.Organization.Address - -
Source.Creator.Organization.Identifier - -
Source.Volume dc:source together with other Source data (see above).
Source.Issue dc:source together with other Source data (see above).
Source.StartPage dc:format
Source.EndPage dc:format
Source.SequenceNumber - -
Source.PublishingInfo.Publisher dc:source together with other Source data (see above). If Source.Genre = Journal or Series, ignore Source.PublishingInfo.Publisher instead.
Source.PublishingInfo.Place dc:source together with other Source data (see above). If Source.Genre = Journal or Series, ignore Source.PublishingInfo.Place instead.
Source.PublishingInfo.Edition dc:source together with other Source data (see above). If Source.Genre = Journal or Series, ignore Source.PublishingInfo.Edition instead.
Source.Identifier.Id - -
Source.Identifier.IdType - -
2nd Source - -
Event dc:relation export all Event.* fields to a single dc:relation field and separate the values with a comma. (In Qualified Dublin Core, the refinement would be dcterms:isPartOf.) Event.Title, Event.Place, Event.StartDate - Event.EndDate.
TotalNumberOfPages dc:format
Degree dc:type -
Abstract dc:description -
Subject dc:subject -
TableOfContents dc:description -

Problems

  • Usage of the dcterms and dcmitype namespaces (not dc namespace)
Sorry, I don't see the problem here. http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/ says: "Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary such as the DCMIDublin Core Metadata Initiative Type Vocabulary [DCMITYPE].", so why shouldn't they be used? --Martin de la Iglesia 09:27, 8 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time)
  • Please, revise dc:source creation. It is not clear, whether the mapping assumes creation of the separate dc:source elements per each mapped item above or the items should be somehow concatenated and put in one dc:source.
By "together with", we mean the items are concatenated and written into a single dc:source field. --Martin de la Iglesia 09:23, 8 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time)
  • Not clear how to handle source and details metadata to be included into dcterms:bibliographicCitation
After a long discussion, we decided not to use this field and to put the metadata into dc:source instead. --Martin de la Iglesia 09:31, 8 June 2009 (UTCCoordinated Universal Time)

Links, further reading

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