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TitleA method for the development of Dublin Core Application Profiles (Me4DCAP V0.2): detailed description
Author(s)Malta, Mariana Curado
Baptista, Ana Alice
KeywordsMetadata
Semantic Web
Application profile
Dublin Core application profile
DCAP
Methods
Development of DCAP
Me4DCAP
Web based information systems
Design science research
Interoperability
Object role modeling
Social and solidarity economy
Linked Open Data
Issue date2013
PublisherDublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI)
JournalDCMI International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications
Abstract(s)Our research in progress project aims the design of a method for the development of Dublin Core Application Profiles (Me4DCAP). This paper describes Me4DCAP V0.2, an early version of a method for the development of DCAP. The development of Me4DCAP was based on a Design Science Research methodological approach and has as starting points the Singapore framework for DCAP and the Rational Unified Process; integrates knowledge from: (i) the practices of the metadata community concerning DCAP development, and (ii) software development processes and techniques, focusing on the early stages of the processes that deal with data modeling. Me4DCAP establishes a way for the development of a DCAP. It establishes which are the activities, when they should take place, how they interconnect, and which deliverables they will bring about; it also suggests which techniques should be used to build these deliverables.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/50753
ISSN1939-1366
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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