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"This Year's Model: Metadata Models and Representations" - Graham Bell (EDItEUR) at BookNet Canada's Tech Forum - March 6, 2014

"This Year's Model: Metadata Models and Representations" - Graham Bell (EDItEUR) at BookNet Canada's Tech Forum - March 6, 2014

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This Year's Model: Metadata Models and Representations - Tech Forum 2014 - Graham Bell This Year's Model: Metadata Models and Representations - Tech Forum 2014 - Graham Bell Presentation Transcript

  • Graham Bell EDItEUR Toronto, 6th March 2014 Data representation
  • About me • 20 years experience at the point where publishing and technology meet • formerly senior manager in IT department for HarperCollins UK • led development of bibliographic, editorial and digital asset management systems –￿involved in e-book, e-audio, POD, online projects • joined EDItEUR in mid-2010 as Chief Data Architect, primarily responsible for standards development work • Executive Director of EDItEUR from April
  • About EDItEUR • not-for-profit membership organisation • develops, supports and promotes metadata and identification standards for the book, e-book and serials supply chains • based in London, but a global membership of publishers, distributors, wholesalers, subscription agents, retailers, libraries, system vendors, rights organizations and trade associations
  • About EDItEUR • also provides management services to International ISBN, ISTC, ISNI Agencies • we also work closely with other standards organisations, to ensure our standards meet the needs of their stakeholders too • acknowledged centre of expertise on standards and metadata for the industry • member participation is vital to ensure that standards keep pace with evolving business requirements
  • <Product> <RecordReference>com.globalbookinfo.onix.01734529</RecordReference> <NotificationType>03</NotificationType> <RecordSourceType>04</RecordSourceType> <RecordSourceName>Global Bookinfo</RecordSourceName> <ProductIdentifier> <ProductIDType>15</ProductIDType> <IDValue>9780007232833</IDValue> </ProductIdentifier> <DescriptiveDetail> <ProductComposition>00</ProductComposition> <ProductForm>BC</ProductForm> <ProductFormDetail>B105</ProductFormDetail> <Measure> <MeasureType>01</MeasureType> <Measurement>197</Measurement> <MeasureUnitCode>mm</MeasureUnitCode> </Measure> <TitleDetail> <TitleType>01</TitleType> <TitleElement> <SequenceNumber>1</SequenceNumber> <TitleElementLevel>01</TitleElementLevel> <NoPrefix/> <TitleWithoutPrefix textcase="01">Roseanna</TitleWithoutPrefix> </TitleElement>
  • LDR02690cam a2200505 a 4500 001 2936061 005 20100723091454.0 008 090326s2008 nyu 000 1 eng d 010 $a 2009291240 020 $a 9780307390462 (pbk.) 020 $a 0307390462 (pbk.) 041 1 $a eng $h swe 043 $a e-sw--- 050 0 0 $a PT9876.29.J63 $b R613 2008 082 0 0 $a 839.7/374 $2 22 100 1 $a Sjöwall, Maj, $d 1935- 240 1 0 $a Roseanna. $l English 245 1 0 $a Roseanna : $b a Martin Beck mystery / $c Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö ; translated from the Swedish by Lois Roth. 250 $a 2nd Vintage Crime/Black Lizard ed. 260 $a New York : $b Vintage Books $c 2008. 300 $a x, 212 p. : $c 21 cm. 490 1 $a Martin Beck mystery series ; $v 1 520 $a "The masterful first novel in the Martin Beck series of mysteries ... finds Beck hunting for the murderer of a lonely traveler" http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/2936061?locg=1
  • http://www.doi.org/topics/RustModelofMaking2005.pdf
  • abstraction manifestation item <indecs> work manifests instantiated
  • ISBNONIX for Books abstraction manifestation item <indecs> work derived from
  • work manifestation item <indecs>FRBR item work expression manifestation
  • work manifestation item <indecs> ISBN MARC + AARC2 + local rules FRBR item work expression manifestation ISTC ?
  • http://www.oclc.org/resources/research/publications/library/2012/2012-04.pdf http://www.oclc.org/research/publications/library/2012/2012-04a.xls
  • <Contributor> <SequenceNumber>1</SequenceNumber> <ContributorRole>A01</ContributorRole> <NamesBeforeKey>Maj</NamesBeforeKey> <KeyNames>Sjöwall</KeyNames> <ContributorDate> <ContributorDateRole>50</ContributorDateRole> <Date dateformat="05">1935</Date> </ContributorDate> </Contributor> 100 1 $a Sjöwall, Maj $d 1935- $e author
  • 300 $a x, 212 p. : $c 21 cm. <Extent> <ExtentType>00</ExtentType> <ExtentValue>245</ExtentValue> <ExtentUnit>03</ExtentUnit> </Extent> <Extent> <ExtentType>06</ExtentType> <ExtentValue>272</ExtentValue> <ExtentUnit>03</ExtentUnit> </Extent>
  • <PublishingDate> <PublishingDateRole>01</PublishingDateRole> <Date dateformat="00">20130306</Date> </PublishingDate> <PublishingDate> <PublishingDateRole>02</PublishingDateRole> <Date dateformat="00">20130306</Date> </PublishingDate> <PublishingDate> <PublishingDateRole>19</PublishingDateRole> <Date dateformat="01">198510</Date> </PublishingDate> <PublishingDate> <PublishingDateRole>11</PublishingDateRole> <Date dateformat="05">1813</Date> </PublishingDate>
  • 100 1 $a Sjöwall, Maj $d 1935- $e author <Contributor> <SequenceNumber>1</SequenceNumber> <ContributorRole>A01</ContributorRole> <NamesBeforeKey>Maj</NamesBeforeKey> <KeyNames>Sjöwall</KeyNames> <ContributorDate> <ContributorDateRole>50</ContributorDateRole> <Date dateformat="05">1935</Date> </ContributorDate> </Contributor>
  • http://harpercollins. co.uk/360366 http://ns.editeur.org/ onix/codelists/17#A01 genid:A96 genid:A96 http://ns.editeur.org/ onix/codelists/18#01 "Sjöwall, Maj" genid:A96 http://ns.editeur.org/ onix/codelists/177#50 "1935" <rdf:RDF xmlns:onix="http://ns.editeur.org/onix/codelists/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://harpercollins.co.uk/36036"> <onix:17#A01 rdf:nodeID="A96"/> <rdf:Description> <rdf:Description rdf:nodeID="A96"> <onix:18#01>Sjöwall, Maj</onix:18#01> <onix:177#50>1935</onix:177#50> <rdf:Description> </rdf:RDF>
  • "Contributor": [ { "SequenceNumber": 1, "ContributorRole": [ "A01" ], "NamesBeforeKey": "Maj", "KeyNames": "Sjöwall", "ContributorDate": [ { "ContributorDateRole": "50", "Date": "1935" } ] }
  • "Contributor": [ { "SequenceNumber": 1, "ContributorRole": [ "A01" ], "NamesBeforeKey": "Maj", "KeyNames": "Sjöwall", "ContributorDate": [ { "ContributorDateRole": "50", "Date": "1935" } ] }
  • <Contributor> <SequenceNumber>1</SequenceNumber> <ContributorRole>A01</ContributorRole> <NamesBeforeKey>Maj</NamesBeforeKey> <KeyNames>Sjöwall</KeyNames> <ContributorDate> <ContributorDateRole>50</ContributorDateRole> <Date dateformat="05">1935</Date> </ContributorDate> </Contributor>
  • "Contributor": [ { "SequenceNumber": 1, "ContributorRole": [ "A01" ], "NamesBeforeKey": "Maj", "KeyNames": "Sjöwall", "ContributorDate": [ { "ContributorDateRole": "50", "DateFormat": "05", "Date": "1935" } ] }
  • <ProductAvailability datestamp="20140227">21</ProductAvailability>
  • "ContributorRole": "A01"
  • "ContributorRole": [ "A01" ]
  • "ContributorRole": [ { "Sourcename": "?", "Sourcetype": "?", "Datestamp": "?", "Value": "A01" } ]
  • XML and JSON • open, free, technologically neutral, highly interoperable • structured, but relatively simple syntax • communication rather than storage • self-describing data, Unicode etc • XML is more easily extensible • JSON is slightly smaller and more efficient • JSON works natively in a web browser
  • XML and JSON • open, free, technologically neutral, highly interoperable • structured, but relatively simple syntax • communication rather than storage • self-describing data, Unicode etc • XML is more easily extensible • JSON is slightly smaller and more efficient • JSON works natively in a web browser
  • JSON in web services • authenticated environment • therefore may not need ONIX header • may not need some other attributes • opportunity to make JSON simpler and cleaner • but retain semantic interoperability • working on a JSON Schema that mirrors the ONIX XML format, with simplifications for web-service environments
  • "ContributorRole": { "type": "array", "id": "http://ns.editeur.org/onix/3.0/reference/Product/0/ DescriptiveDetail/Contributor/0/ContributorRole", "required": false, "items": { "type": "string", "id": "http://ns.editeur.org/onix/3.0/reference/Product/0/ DescriptiveDetail/Contributor/0/ContributorRole/0", "required": false } }
  • graham@editeur.org www.editeur.org