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The Title element is free, unconstrained text (as opposed to a controlled vocabulary term) either copied from the resource itself or supplied by the metadata creator when the information object does not carry a formal name.
Through the use of controlled vocabulary lists, default text, and custom instructions on the ingest forms, metadata entry is easy in Islandora.
KEA++ is good at identifying relevant keyphrases using linear controlled vocabulary but spurs a lot of irrelevant keyphrase in results for hierarchical controlled vocabulary.
Very Somewhat Response interested interested Metadata quality control mechanism 43.6% 30.4% Metadata standards (e.g., Dublin Core, 40.3% 32.7% MODS) Mark-up language (e.g., XML) 39.3% 26.4% Designing metadata creation guidelines 38.6% 32.3% and documentation Authority control 34.0% 32.3% Non-print and special material 32.7% 27.7% cataloging Writing metadata requirements (e.g., 32.0% 28.4% user needs, regulatory requirements) Semantic Web technology (e.g., RDF, 30.4% 24.1% OWL) Subject controlled vocabulary standards 29.0% 33.7% (e.g., LCSH, AAT) Content standards (e.g., AACR2, CCO) 27.7% 31.4% Abstract models (e.g., FRBR) 27.1% 32.0% Thesaurus/taxonomy construction 26.4% 30.0% Planning digital library projects 26.4% 30.4% Folksonomies (a.k.a.
The hurdles in cataloging were primarily related to the use of controlled vocabulary terms.
One of the greatest contributions the whole-language movement made to the teaching of reading was the idea that a strictly controlled vocabulary is not necessary in beginning reading materials.
Even where the standard defines a controlled vocabulary for an element, implementers must ensure that they interpret and use the controlled vocabulary appropriately and consistently.
A metathesaurus is a "thesaurus of thesauri," a way to reconcile a number of controlled vocabulary schemes for cross-searching (Subcommittee on Metadata and Subject Analysis, 1999).
By 4th grade, Trace wrote, the Russian children's reading vocabulary was nearly 10,000 words, while their peers in American schools had been exposed to a carefully controlled vocabulary of fewer than 1,800 words.
Currently there exists a considerable gap in our understanding about (1) representation issues in information seeking, (2) metadata schemes designed to describe children's resources, (3) the development and use of age-appropriate controlled vocabularies, (4) the impact that using an age-appropriate metadata scheme and controlled vocabulary can have on children's information seeking and access, and (5) the advantages and disadvantages of involving children in metadata scheme and/or metadata creation.
Readers containing a controlled vocabulary have advantages and disadvantages, but that is true of many plans of teaching and learning.
In particular, he reviews a method that combines the mining of controlled vocabulary with machine learning to render genomewide annotations of function.

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