Representing the Dublin Core within X.500, LDAP and CLDAP
draft-hamilton-dcxl-02

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Abstract

The Dublin Core is a simple resource description format which arose out of a loose grouping of 'librarians, archivists, humanities scholars and geographers, as well as standards makers in the Internet, Z39.50 and Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) communities' [1]. This document describes a mapping from the abstract model of the Dublin Core to the X.500 [2], LDAP [3], and CLDAP [4] directory service protocols.

Authors

Jon Knight (j.p.knight@loughborough.ac.uk)
Martin Hamilton (m.t.hamilton@lut.ac.uk)
Renato Iannella (ren@dstc.edu.au)

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