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Uta Ackermann, Kadir Karaca Koçer URN:NBN Recent developments 1 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Topics 1. Work done since last workshop 2. Recent work 3. urn:nbn:de and Research Data 4. Discussion 2 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Work done since last workshop New Policy Fragment Identification Linked and Open Data (Den Haag Manifesto) Refactoring & MAVEN port Published on SourceForge/Sonatype Austria 3 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Fragment Identification non-standard Extension: /fragment/ each level of Path will be added to URL as Parameter urn:nbn:de:gbv: /fragment/page=40/highlight=220,620,550,820/zoom=150 for PDF: parameters are defined in RFC 3778 for other Media-Types the server hosting the document must understand (or ignore) all given parameters and handle the request 4 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 LoD - Den Haag Manifesto Principles [Andrew Treloar, Australian National Data Service] 1. Make sure PIDs can be referred to as HTTP URI's, including support for content negotiation 2. Use appropriate LOD vocabularies to populate schema elements 3. Identify the minimum common set of schema elements across different kinds of identifiers in the scholarly communication space 4. Use same-as relations to help PID interoperability across PID systems/schemas 5. Use Persistent IDs for Subjects and Objects 6. Work with the LOD community on simple policies/procedures to improve persistence of HTTP URIs 5 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Den Haag Manifesto Divergence of the URN:NBN-System Remarks to Principles of the Manifesto Metadata is stored in the Library System: only the core information about identifiers and their owners URN:NBN-System saves no descriptive metadata but reference to descriptive metadata No duplication of metadata Linking instead of copying SameAs functionality will be added (references to culturegraph.org or other datasets) 6 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Recent Work ReST-API Web GUI for Administration (M. Klein) URN:NBN Cluster (T. Seidel) APARSEN (S. Schrimpf) 7 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 URN:NBN-Cluster Motivation - share/re-use technology - combine resources/synergies - common understanding - common functionality - interoperability - online 24/7 Earlier work - Knowledge Exchange - PersID - EuropeanaConnect 8 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 urn:nbn:de and Research Data 9 17 Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 German National Library and Persistent Identifiers Identification Bibliographical Description Long Term Preservation Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 urn:nbn:de & Research Data - I That means: LTP of the objects is mandatory - the object must be in a stable state and self-contained Metadata of the objects maintained externally (e.g. in a bibliographic system or repository) research data? Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 urn:nbn:de & Research Data - II urn:nbn namespace originally defined for requirements of national bibliographies Usually objects reached the status of a publication Administration mainly through libraries - lack of expertise on research data Research data often only usable with application Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 The Data Publication Pyramid (2) Further data explanations in any kind of supplementary files to articles (4) Data publications, describing available datasets Publications with data Processed Data and Data Representations Data Collections and Structured Databases (1) Data contained and explained within the article (3) Data referenced from the article and held in data centers and repositories Raw Data and Data Sets (5) Data in drawers and on disks at the institute Opportunities for Data Exchange (ODE) Summary urn:nbn:de & Research Data is a good combination if the Policy is fulfilled Lack of expertise in other research data specific requirements Partner needed! Alternative: other URN sub-namespace urn:grdn (?), urn:raw (?), urn:uuid Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Meta Resolver NBN Handle Community DOI Community Community... Research Data Community adopt main parts of existing concepts and policy reuse existing software / cluster Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Thank you for your interest. Contact: Uta Ackermann, Kadir Karaca Koçer Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Adickesallee 1, Frankfurt am Main u.ackermann, Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012 Links PersID URN:NBN Resolver Source Code (SVN) https://metaresolver.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/metaresolver Maven Repository https://oss.sonatype.org groupid org.nbn-resolving /groupid Culturegraph APARSEN Metadata and Persistent Identifiers for Social and Economic Data, Berlin, Germany 7. May 2012
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