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TitleA DCAP for the social and solidarity economy
Author(s)Malta, Mariana Curado
Baptista, Ana Alice
Parente, Cristina
KeywordsDublin Core
Application Profile
Social and Solidarity Economy
Interoperability
Metadata schemas
Vocabulary Encoding schemes
Metadata schemas, Vocabulary Encoding schemes, Social and Solidarity Economy
Issue dateSep-2015
PublisherDublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI)
JournalProceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications
CitationMalta, M. C., Baptista, A. A., & Parente, C. (2015). A DCAP for the Social and Solidarity Economy. In M. C. Malta & S. A. G. Vidotti (Eds.), International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (pp. 20–29). São Paulo, Brazil: Dublin Core Metadata Initiative. Retrieved from http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2015/paper/view/372/361
Abstract(s)This article presents a work-in-progress version of a Dublin Core Application Profile (DCAP) developed to serve the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE). Studies revealed that this community is interested in implementing both internal interoperability between their Web platforms to build a global SSE e-marketplace, and external interoperability among their Web platforms and external ones. The Dublin Core Application Profile for Social and Solidarity Economy (DCAP-SSE) serves this purpose. SSE organisations are submerged in the market economy but they have specificities not taken into account in this economy. The DCAP-SSE integrates terms from well-known metadata schemas, Resource Description Framework (RDF) vocabularies or ontologies, in order to enhance interoperability and take advantage of the benefits of the Linked Open Data ecosystem. It also integrates terms from the new essglobal RDF vocabulary which was created with the goal to respond to the SSE-specific needs. The DCAPSSE also integrates five new Vocabulary Encoding Schemes to be used with DCAP-SSE properties. The DCAP development was based on a method for the development of application profiles (Me4MAP). We believe that this article has an educational value since it presents the idea that it is important to base DCAP developments on a method. This article shows the main results of applying such a method.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/37854
ISSN1939-­1366
Publisher versionhttp://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2015/paper/view/372/361
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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