Your proposal is one of the ideas that seem reasonable in this case. I
also thought of using hasPart as well as tableOfContents. I guess that
Dublin Core is enough general that any of these schemes will work
satisfactorily. Moreover, I think that it will work in Greenstone,
provided that master document and sub-documents are, um, "documents" in
Greenstone terminology. However, if you are using documents and sections
(which naturally reflects the structure of documents), then there are
more problems, as this thread shows.
At this moment, this setup works fine for me, within Greenstone, but
there are problems with OAI-PMH, and I don't feel like restructuring my
collections. So, I'm looking at the source code in order to try to
modify oai classifier to work with section level metadata. Any pointers
from the Greenstone team would be very helpful.
On 12/14/2010 06:40 PM, Brad Rhoads wrote:
> This is a general problem I've been wondering about for a long
> time:what's the best practice for representing multiple documents that
> are part of a larger whole.
> Extended Dublin Core has fields:isPartOf and isReferencedBy. I've been
> thinking about create a master document and having its isReferencedBy
> fields point to all of its sub-documents, which in turn have their
> isPartOf field point to the master document.
> Thoughts? Is there some other convention that's already in place?
> www.maf.org/rhoads <http://www.maf.org/rhoads>
> www.ontherhoads.org <http://www.ontherhoads.org>
> 2010/12/14 Vladimir Risojevic <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>
> I expected this answer. Now, although 'oai classifier' is
> mentioned during the collection build process, it is different
> from other classifiers and not written in Perl. Can you give me
> some pointers where to look in the source code, so as to try to
> add the needed functionality, if I choose that way? I already did
> minor modification of some 'regular' classifiers, and I hope this
> one is implemented in a similar vein, albeit in a different language.
> On 12/14/2010 02:33 AM, Katherine Don wrote:
>> I don't think Greenstone has any support for sections in its oai
>> server implementation. Sorry.
>> Vladimir R. Risojevic wrote:
>>> I have a collection of scanned periodical publication, similar to PagedImage
>>> examples, and I would like to enable metadata harvesting through OAI-PMH.
>>> However, I can only do that on object level, which is a magazine issue in my
>>> case. Is it possible to expose sections (ie. individual articles) for metadata
>>> Best regards,
>>> Vladimir Risojevic
>>> greenstone-users mailing list
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