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Data which describe other data, especially containing XML tags, characterising attributes of values in clinical data fields.
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Automated methods such as workflow, inheritance, and auto-classification really are the only way to ensure consistent, accurate application of metadata.
The Library of Congress provides tools on integrating these schemas, and these tools support external metadata creation for use with METS (Library of Congress, 2012, METS Tools and Utilities).
It's easy to envision a metadata program that combs information not just from phone calls, but also e-mail, social media, video, credit card and online activity.
After publishing the metadata, the scanned map ID and name were entered in the Excel spreadsheet with a note stating the metadata record was created.
Organize and maintain an organization's investment in data - metadata help insure an organization's investment in data.
In addition, metadata will allow you to view prior drafts depending on how the Word document was formatted, for example the track-changes option.
Additionally, Digitalsmiths now controls the deepest intellectual property portfolio in the video metadata space.
Systematic approaches to assessing metadata maturity levels and developing a metadata Return on Investment (ROI) analysis
METS itself is a container which links the different kinds of metadata together.
In practice, the objectives and principles mean that assignment of retention and disposition metadata to any L4 occur in the background, transparent to the desktop user and normally with no overt action by the user.
0 of this paper describes the Corporate Metadata Strategy used to create the Service.
These include an overview of the existing document delivery standard (GEDI) and its relationship to emerging models and a discussion of factors being considered in the development of a testbed for the EDEN project, including document exchange format, application event sequencing, metadata, and security.