Languages for Metadata

R. Brussee, M. Veenstra

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Abstract

The term meta origins from the Greek word µ∈τα, meaning after. The word Metaphysics is the title of Aristotle’s book coming after his book on nature called Physics. This has given meta the modern connotation of a nature of a higher order or of a more fundamental kind [1]. Literally, metadata is “data about data‿. It can be any descriptive information about other data sources that is used to aid the organization, identification, representation, localization, interoperability, management, and use of the data [1, 14, 17].
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationMultimedia Retrieval
EditorsHenk Blanken, A.P. de Vries, H.E. Blok, L. Feng
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherSpringer
Pages23-52
Number of pages30
ISBN (Print)978-3-540-72894-8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Publication series

NameData-Centric Systems and Applications
PublisherSpringer Verlag
NumberLNCS4549

Keywords

  • EWI-10810
  • IR-61863
  • METIS-241804
  • DB-MMR: MULTIMEDIA RETRIEVAL

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Brussee, R., & Veenstra, M. (2007). Languages for Metadata. In H. Blanken, A. P. de Vries, H. E. Blok, & L. Feng (Eds.), Multimedia Retrieval (pp. 23-52). (Data-Centric Systems and Applications; No. LNCS4549). Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72895-5_2
Brussee, R. ; Veenstra, M. / Languages for Metadata. Multimedia Retrieval. editor / Henk Blanken ; A.P. de Vries ; H.E. Blok ; L. Feng. Berlin : Springer, 2007. pp. 23-52 (Data-Centric Systems and Applications; LNCS4549).
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Brussee, R & Veenstra, M 2007, Languages for Metadata. in H Blanken, AP de Vries, HE Blok & L Feng (eds), Multimedia Retrieval. Data-Centric Systems and Applications, no. LNCS4549, Springer, Berlin, pp. 23-52. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72895-5_2

Languages for Metadata. / Brussee, R.; Veenstra, M.

Multimedia Retrieval. ed. / Henk Blanken; A.P. de Vries; H.E. Blok; L. Feng. Berlin : Springer, 2007. p. 23-52 (Data-Centric Systems and Applications; No. LNCS4549).

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