2008-08-08Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/1266
The Specification of the Language of the Field and Interoperability
Cross-Language Access to Catalogues and Online Libraries (CACAO)
The CACAO Project (Cross-language Access to Catalogues and Online Libraries) has been designed to implement natural language processing and cross-language information retrieval techniques to provide cross-language access to information in libraries, a critical issue in the linguistically diverse European Union. This project report addresses two metadata-related challenges for the library community in this context: "false friends" (identical words having different meanings in different languages) and term ambiguity. The possible solutions involve enriching the metadata with attributes specifying language or the source authority file, or associating potential search terms to classes in a classification system. The European Library will evaluate an early implementation of this work in late 2008.
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Is Part Of Series: International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications - Metadata for Semantic and Social Applications 22 - 26 September 2008, Berlin, DC-2008, 22.09.2008 - 26.09.2008, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, pp 191-196