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Using an Application Profile Based Service Registry

Ann Apps

Mimas, The University of Manchester.

Paper presented by Ann Apps at:
DC2007: The International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (Application Profiles: Theory and Practice), Singapore, 27-31 August 2007. PowerPoint presentation

In: Sutton, S.A., Chaudry, S.C, Khoo, C. (eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (DC2007: Application Profiles: Theory and Practice), Singapore, 27-31 August 2007 (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative and National Library Board Singapore) pp 63-73, ISSN 1939-1358, ISBN 978-981-05-8796-3.

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Abstract

The aim of the JISC Information Environment Service Registry (IESR) is to assist other applications, to discover and devolve materials that match their users interests in their research, learning and teaching. This paper describes the experience of using an Application Profile throughout the application development process, from initial data design, through application implementation, to scenarios illustrating application use. Also discussed is the benefit of using an Application Profile to share both a data schema and actual data with similar initiatives.
Keywords: service registry, application profile, metadata schema


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5 September 2007

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