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Title : The Dublin Core Metadata Element Set
Author(s) : J. Kunze
Filename : draft-kunze-rfc2413bis-01.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 16-Apr-02
Defines fifteen metadata elements for resource description in a
cross-disciplinary information environment:
Title Contributor Source
Creator Date Language
Subject Type Relation
Description Format Coverage
Publisher Identifier Rights
This document contains the same text as ANSI/NISO Z39.85-2001. It
differs from that standard only where formatting requirements of the
present publishing medium require it. This document supersedes
Internet RFC 2413, which was the first published version of the
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