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Title: Formal word-processed document--(Electronic Thesis)--METS SIP profile
Authors: Sevcik, Edward
Keywords: ETD
Issue Date: 5-Dec-2006
Abstract: Final proposal for INF 389K, proposing an extended metadata schema for the long term preservation of electronic theses and dissertations, typically published online in Adobe PDF. Most of the extension metadata provides information about the specification and version of PDF used for the document. A sample document (previously published on a university web site with unrestricted use) is included.
Description: The item consists of four files: an MS-Word document providing a rationale for the chosen extensions, a METS profile based on the DSpace SIP profile, a multi-page TIFF image of the thesis, and a PDF file of the thesis. The TIFF image has been truncated at 10 pages to reduce the file size of the test project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/2116
Appears in Collections:2006 final METS SIP profiles

Files in This Item:

File Description SizeFormat
EDSevcik--ETD--METS profile.xmlEdSevcik--ETD--DSpace METS profile27.36 kBXMLView/Open
St_Basils_Address_to_Young_Men_Metaphors_to_Live_By.pdfSpecimin PDF Thesis--original639.84 kBAdobe PDFView/Open
St_Basils_Address_to_Young_Men_Metaphors_to_Live_By1-10.tifSpecimen Thesis--TIFF images--pp. 1-1061.64 MBTIFFView/Open
EdSevcik--ETD--Rationale and Schemas.docDiscussion of the proposal149.5 kBMicrosoft WordView/Open

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