- ORE User Guide Documents
- PrimerResource Map Implementation in AtomResource Map Implementation in RDF/XMLResource Map Implementation in RDFaHTTP ImplementationResource Map Discovery
- Abstract Data ModelVocabulary
The current Web is primarily made up of an enormous number of documents that have been created using HTML. These documents contain significant amounts of structured data, which is largely unavailable to tools and applications. When publishers can express this data more completely, and when tools can read it, a new world of user functionality becomes available, letting users transfer structured data between applications and web sites, and allowing browsing applications to improve the user experience: an event on a web page can be directly imported into a user's desktop calendar; a license on a document can be detected so that users can be informed of their rights automatically; a photo's creator, camera setting information, resolution, location and topic can be published as easily as the original photo itself, enabling structured search and sharing.RDFa is a specification for attributes to express structured data in any markup language. This document specifies how to use RDFa with XHTML.
This new website will be the main vehicle for distributing our open-source software once it is released in 2009. In the mean time, the website contains a wealth of information regarding the project, including publications, an overview of the software we are developing and the technologies that software will use, and a blog that has already been in use.
BitTorrent is a P2P method where a central 'tracker' keeps track of who is downloading and sharing specific files.
When using BitTorrent to download OpenOffice.org, your computer automatically uses spare bandwidth to help share the file with others, and this means that you don't have to put up with slower downloads during peak download times (such as just after a release), because the more people downloading, the more people sharing.
Also, your download is automatically checked for integrity to make sure that it is identical to the official version.
To use BitTorrent technology, you must have a BitTorrent "client" installed.
We examine the conceptual model of the "bibliographic universe" presented in IFLA's Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) and argue, applying ontology design recommendations proposed by N. Guarino and C. Welty, that three of the four Group 1 entity types might be more accurately conceptualized as roles.