IEEE 1484.13.6-2015 pdf free.IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology- Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange Abstract Model (OAI-ORE)-Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation.
This recommended practice specifies how the elements and attributes defined in the Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI- ORE) Abstract Model’ and expressed in the OAI- ORE Resource Map Implementation in RDF/XML relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource
aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.17M-2012.
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For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. The IEEE Standards Dictionary Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause. Most definitions are taken from IEEE Std 1484.13.1-2012.
aggregation format: A documented method of aggregating digital resources into a complex object that can be exchanged among systems. An aggregation format may be defined by a formal specification or standard. but may also be informal. The defining Characteristic IS that an aggregation format specifies how to combine digital resources into a structured whole, without prescribing the kinds of digital resources, their internal structures, or their intended uses. See also: digital resource.
aggregation instance: An instantiation of an aggregation definition document that includes all data necessary to construct a complex object including any references to external data. Multiple aggregation instances, each of which conforms to a ditTerent aggregation format. may exist for the same complex object. Sec also: aggregation definition document: aggregation format.
binding: The process that binds a model to a data structure. For example, it can refer to the binding of a conceptual model to the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
class: A category of items that share one or more common characteristics. Characteristics can be described informally in a scope note or formally as properties explicitly formulated in logical terms. A class cannot be defined by enumerating its instances because it is generally impossible to know all instances of a class in the world, and the future can bring new instances into being at any lime. See also: class Instance; scope note.
class instance: An instantiation of a class. A class instance has properties that meet the criteria of the intention of the class. The number of instances of a given class declared in an information system is usually less than the total number of instances in the real world. For example. although an individual is an instance of “person.” the individual may not be mentioned in all information systems describing “persons.” See also:
class: intention: propert.
component: Any data attribute or data clement as described by the data model of an aggregation format. See also: data attribute: data element: aggregation format.
data attribute: A charicteristic of a unit of data, often expressed in Extensible Markup Language (XML).
data element: A uniqucly named and defined component of the data model of an aggrcgation format into which data items (actual values) can be placed .See also: aggregation format: component.
digital resource: Any resource that can be expressed in an electronic format, such as binary formats, Extensible Markup Language (XML). plain text, various encodings (e.g.. base64), media-specific formats, and compressed archives (c.g., zip files).IEEE 1484.13.6 pdf free download.