Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards

Michael Day

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The effective organisation and retrieval of digital images in a networked environment will depend upon the development and use of relevant metadata standards. This paper will discuss metadata formats and digital images with particular reference to the Dublin Core initiative and the standard developed by the Consortium for the Computer Interchange of Museum Information (CIMI). Issues relating to interoperability, the management of resources and digital preservation will be discussed with reference to a number of existing projects and initiatives.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1999
EventChallenge of Image Retrieval - Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Feb 199926 Feb 1999

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ConferenceChallenge of Image Retrieval
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityNewcastle upon Tyne
Period25/02/9926/02/99

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Day, M. (1999). Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards. Paper presented at Challenge of Image Retrieval, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom.

Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards. / Day, Michael.

1999. Paper presented at Challenge of Image Retrieval, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom.

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Day, M 1999, 'Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards' Paper presented at Challenge of Image Retrieval, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom, 25/02/99 - 26/02/99, .
Day M. Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards. 1999. Paper presented at Challenge of Image Retrieval, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom.
Day, Michael. / Metadata for images: emerging practice and standards. Paper presented at Challenge of Image Retrieval, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK United Kingdom.
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