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Digital Libraries and Archives: 8th Italian Research by Maristella Agosti (auth.), Maristella Agosti, Floriana

By Maristella Agosti (auth.), Maristella Agosti, Floriana Esposito, Stefano Ferilli, Nicola Ferro (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed lawsuits of the eighth Italian learn convention on electronic Libraries, held in Bari, Italy, in February 2012. The 22 complete papers, incorporated including four panel papers, have been chosen from prolonged types of the shows given on the convention, following an extra around of reviewing and revision after the development. the subjects lined are as follows: legacy records and cultural background; structures interoperability and information integration; formal and methodological foundations of electronic libraries; semantic internet and associated information for electronic libraries; multilingual details entry; electronic library infrastructures; metadata construction and administration; se's for electronic library platforms; overview and log info; dealing with audio/visual and non-traditional gadgets; person interfaces and visualization; electronic library caliber; rules and copyright matters in electronic libraries; clinical info curation, quotation and scholarly e-book, consumer habit and modeling; and renovation and curation.

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G. search, infereence of references between publiications, citation calculation, etc. Fig. 3. D-NET service architecture 40 M. Artini et al. Of particular interest to Digital Libraries is the D-NET software toolkit, resulting from the experience of DRIVER, DRIVER-II, and OpenAIRE EC projects. D-NET is an open source solution specifically devised for the construction and operation of customized data infrastructures. D-NET provides a service-oriented framework where data infrastructures can be constructed in a LEGO-like approach, by selecting and properly combining the required D-NET services (such architectural concept was devised at CNR-ISTI by some of the authors of this paper).

As mentioned in the introduction, these requisites are hindered by the highly heterogeneous nature of the archives. In fact, content of different archives generally conforms to different metadata models and XML schemas, whose structure may vary from complex element trees to simple flat sets of elements. , different vocabularies of terms and format representation standards for dates, names, time durations. To tackle such heterogeneity, EFG delivered two main outcomes: the EFG common data model and relative XML schema, onto which archive metadata records can be mapped; the EFG data infrastructure, whose services offer functionality for (i) collecting XML records from the archives and transforming them onto records matching the common XML metadata schema, and (ii) curating the resulting records by identifying and fixing semantic errors and duplicates.

Data Interoperability y and Curation: The European Film Gateway Experience 37 • The NonAVCreation desscribes all non audiovisual creations that can be represennted in EFG. These are picttures, photos, correspondence, books or periodicals. T The properties of NonAVCreeations are: title, record source, keywords, description, ddate of creation and languagee. • The NonAVManifestation n entity keeps track of copies of non-audiovisual objects. g. g. e. a date or period associated with the issue off the manifestation), digital fo ormat (including its status, size, resolution), physical fformat, geographic scope, rights r holder.

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