Proceedings of the International Conference on
Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2001

©2001 National Institute of Informatics
ISBN 4-924600-98-9

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Published onOctober 24, 2001
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Message from Organizing Chair
Jun Adachi (National Institute of Informatics)
Message from Program Co-chairs
Shigeo Sugimoto (University of Library and Information Science) and Thomas Baker (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft)
Message from Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
Stuart Weibel (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative)

Organization of DC-2001 Conference




Author Index


Paper Session 1: Queries

RDF Declarative Description (RDD): A Language for Metadata
Chutiporn Anutariya, Vilas Wuwongse (Asian Institute of Technology), Kiyoshi Akama (Hokkaido University) and Ekawit Nantajeewarawat (Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Multilingual Access to Dublin Core Metadata of ULIS Library
Danyang Wen, Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Shigeo Sugimoto and Koichi Tabata (University of Library and Information Science)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Curtis E. Dyreson (Washington State University), Michael H. Bohlen and Christian S. Jensen (Aalborg University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(Power Point Show)]

Paper Session 2: Metadata for Learners

The Dublin Core and Metadata for Educational Resources
Stuart A. Sutton (University of Washington) and Jon Mason (EdNA)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
A Framework for the Multi-modal Description of Learning Objects
Eva Heinrich and Jisong Chen (Massey University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Author-generated Dublin Core Metadata for Web Resources: A Baseline Study in an Organization
Jane Greenberg, Maria Cristina Pattuelli, Bijan Parsia (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and W. Davenport Robertson (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Revised Version of 2001-11-16(PDF)]


Interoperable Summary Description Model Using Dublin Core
Do-Nyun Kim and Young-Won Song (LG Electronics)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
A Metadata Case Study for the FRBR Model Based on Chinese Painting and Calligraphy at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
Simon C. Lin, Ya-ning Chen, Shu-jiun Chen, Yi-ting Chang (Academia Sinica) and Shai-lan Hu (National Palace Museum)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Adopting DC Metadata for Union Serial System of KERIS: It's Design and Implementation
Yong Soon Kim, Ji Won Lee and Hyeong Yong Park (Korea Education & Research Information Service)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
A Metadata Application Profile for the German Virtual Library
Carola Wessel and Heike Neuroth (Goettingen State and University Library)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Design and Implementation of Metadata for Indian Fungi (Heterobasidiomycetes): Lessons From Library and Information Science Field
Shubhada Nagarkar (University of Pune), Kanchanganga Gandhe (Modern College) and Geoffrey Bowker (University of California, San Diego)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Metadata for Evidence Based Medicine Resources
Yukiko Sakai (Keio University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
A report on Dublin Core based research information service on mathematics
Kazuhiko Asou (The University of Tokyo), Takako Nakahara (Kyoto University) and Takao Namiki (Hokkaido University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Educational Information in the Web: Discussing the Metadata Requirements for a Web Service Guiding Citizens' Education
Soile Hirvasniemi and Kai Oorni (University of Oulu)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
The San Fernando Valley History Digital Project: a Collaborative Digital Project Between Local Historical Societies and a University Library
Mary S. Woodley (University of California, Northridge)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Necessities on a Descriptive Level for Reusing Metadata Descriptions
Kazushi Ohya (Maruzen Co.,ltd.)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PDF)]
Priority Control Mechanism managed by Metadata
Rei S. Atarashi (Communications Research Laboratory / Nara Institute of Science and Technology), Hiroyuki Ohno (Communications Research Laboratory), Makoto Niimi (Yokogawa Electric Corporation/Communications Research Laboratory) and Kunihiro Chihara (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
ISI's Implementation of Network Resources in Secondary Databases: Selection Criteria, Metadata, and Linking
Yasuki Kaneko (ISI -Thomson Scientific-)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 3: Domain Profiles I

Management of Environmental Information in the European Information and Observation Network (EIONET)
Matthias Menger, Thomas Pick (European Topic Centre on Catalogue of Data Sources), Hannu Saarenmaa (European Environment Agency) and Kirsti Lounamaa (TietoEnator)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PPT)]
Collaborative Cataloguing of Moving Images and New Media Art Works
Simon Pockley and Emily Cavanagh (The Australian Centre for the Moving Image)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Metadata Mapping and Application Profiles. Approaches to providing the Cross-searching of Heterogeneous Resources in the EU Project Renardus
Heike Neuroth (Lower Saxony State and University Library Gottingen) and Traugott Koch (Lund University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 4: Complexity and Granularity

A metadata framework to support scholarly communication
Thomas Krichel (Long Island University) and Simeon M. Warner (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Mixing and Mapping Metadata to Provide Integrated Access to Digital Library Collections: An Activity Report
Karen Calhoun, Tom Turner, Meryl Brodsky, George Kozak, Marty Kurth, Fred Muratori, David Ruddy and Sarah Young (Cornell University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PPT)]
A Metadata Approach to Digital Preservation
Maria Luisa Calanag, Shigeo Sugimoto and Koichi Tabata (University of Library and Information Science)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 5: Models

What Terms Does Your Metadata Use? Application Profiles as Machine-Understandable Narratives
Thomas Baker (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft), Makx Dekkers (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative), Rachel Heery, Manjula Patel (UK Office for Library and Information Networking) and Gauri Salokhe (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
The ABC Ontology and Model
Carl Lagoze (Cornell University) and Jane Hunter (DSTC Pty,Ltd.)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
A Metadata Kernel for Electronic Permanence
John A. Kunze (University of California)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 6: Domain Profiles II

A Dublin Core Application Profile in the Agricultural Domain
Irene Onyancha, Johannes Keizer and Stephen Katz (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Design and Implementation of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Dublin Core Metadata Schema
W. Davenport Robertson, Ellen M. Leadem (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences), Jed Dube (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences / OAO Corp.) and Jane Greenberg (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Metadata Development for Digital Libraries and Museums - Taiwan's Experience
Hsueh-hua Chen (National Taiwan University) and Chao-chen Chen (National Taiwan Normal University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 7: Tools

A Multilingual Metadata Schema Registry Based on RDF Schema
Mitsuharu Nagamori (University of Library and Information Science), Thomas Baker (GMD German National Research Center for Information Technology), Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Shigeo Sugimoto and Koichi Tabata (University of Library and Information Science)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Personalizing Information Spaces: A Metadata Based Approach
David L. Hicks (Aalborg University Esbjerg) and Klaus Tochtermann (Know-Center)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PDF)]
Evaluation and Design Issues of Nordic DC Metadata Creation Tool
Preben Hansen (Swedish Institute of Computer Science)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Paper Session 8: Application Architectures

zetoc: a Dublin Core Based Current Awareness Service
Ann Apps and Ross MacIntyre(University of Manchester)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PPT)]
Metia - A Generalized Metadata Driven Framework for the Management and Distribution of Electronic Media
Patrick Stickler (Nokia Research Center)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(Power Point Show)]
Qualified Dublin Core using RDF for Sci-Tech Journal Articles
Thomas G. Habing, Timothy W. Cole and William H. Mischo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PPT)]
Metadata Interoperability and Meta-search on the Web
Enric Peig, Jaime Delgado and Ismael Perez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Special Session 1: Metadata in Education

Metadata for Education
Jon Mason (EdNA)
What's LOM?
Yasuhiro Okui (Nihon Unitec Co.,Ltd)
Effective Retrieval of Educational Resources by Using Learning Object Metadata for K-12 Schools in Japan
Masanori Shinohara, Mayumi Okamoto (NTT-East Co.), Yasuhiro Okui (Nihon Unitec Co.) and Takamitsu Tanaka (NTT Learning Systems Co.)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
The Meaning of LOM and LOM Authoring Tool on HRD
Kenji Hirata (The Sanno Institute of Management), Yoshiyuki Takaoka, Mamoru Ohta (Toko Seiki Co.) and Mitsuru Ikeda (Osaka University)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]

Special Session 2: Government Information

Metadata in the UK
Maewyn Cumming (Office of the e-Envoy)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
The use of Metadata in Denmark
Leif Andresen (Danish National Library Authority)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Dealing With NZGLS Development Issues
John Roberts (Archives New Zealand)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Use of Dublin Core in a Portal Environment
Nancy Brodie (Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)] [Presentation Material(PPT)]

Special Session 3: Open Archives Initiative

Panel on Open Archives Initiative
Thomas Krichel (Palmer School), Rachel Heery and Andy Powell (UKOLN, UK)

Special Session 4: Next Generation Internet

IPv6: Addressing the Future
Fred Baker (Cisco Systems, Inc.)
What's going on about IPv6 in Japan?
Kazuhiko Yamamoto
QoS Applications
Shinji Shimojo
Emergency Communications System
Hiroyuki Ohno

Special Session 5: Geographic Information Systems

CSIS Clearinghouse for Academic Research Communities in Japan
Masatoshi Arikawa and Takeshi Sagara (The University of Tokyo)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Geographic data clearinghouse activity in GSI
Noriyuki Takakuwa (Geographical Survey Institute, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Japan Metadata Profile (JMP) for Geographic Information Clearinghouses
Morishige Ota (Kokusai Kogyo Co.,Ltd.)
[Abstract] [FullText(PDF)]
Constructing Digital Earth with Geo-Informatics
Hiromichi Fukui (Keio University)


Introduction to Dublin Core Metadata
Erik Jul (OCLC, USA)
Introduction to Resource Description
Erik Jul (OCLC, USA)
Introduction to Application Profiles
Andy Powell and Rachel Heery (UKOLN, UK)

Last updated: November 15, 2001
©2001 National Institute of Informatics

Prepared by Keizo Oyama, NII