Math-Net Preprint and refereed Articles Application Profile 1.0 Reference Description
next/current version: http://www.iwi-iuk.org/material/RDF/1.1/profile/MNPreprint/
MD Visualization: http://www.iwi-iuk.org/material/RDF/1.1/profile/MNPreprint/index.html.rdf.png
This Reference Description explains about MetaData for preprints/ refereed articles
ready for use with MPRESS.
The logical structure of the MetaData for a test preprint
can be read from a graph representation.
For the description of a given preprint the variables in this reference description have to be replaced by concrete URLs or by text.
All MetaData entries are optional and repeatable.
A conformant tool for generation is MMM Version 3.1. MMM embeds the MetaData in XHTML.
Math-Net Preprints/ Articles MetaData package
RDF/XML namespace header. Encoding by default is UTF-8. Other choices are possible, but must be given explicitly.
Refereed Articles will use
This piece of MetaData declares the current
resource as talking about (a) preprint(s)/ article(s).
Dumb down information for primary/secondary Subject
The actual description of the preprint in question starts here.
Refereed Articles will use
As values K for unqualified subject keywords or key phrases should be given. For each keyword or key phrase the bag should be extended.
Primary and Secondary Classification(s) use MSC2000. The value field keeps the code and the label field the caption (text version) of the MSC2000 entry. Each clause carries exactly one classification code.
The use of the title element should be obvious.
The author block in the MetaData description. Authors are given
as unordered list. For each author an li element enclosed
entry should be given. FY is the family name, GY the given
name and EY the (current) e-mail address of an author.
The language the preprint is written. Values as regulated in RFC 1766.
Creation date and modification date(s) of the preprint. Uses YYYY-MM-DD as scheme in the value attribute. The label attribute might contain a more verbal description of date, such like 16 June 2002.
The Identifier block. For each alternative access method
an entry should be provided. Alternatives might differ in host and
format, which should be recorded using internet media types.
Pointer to (an) abstract(s) of the preprint. abstract is defined as a local resource to allow the attachment of a rights statement. The author(s) of the preprint are identified as authoring the abstract also. The rights statement R can only take one of the following values:
The Preprint clause can be closed here, as subsequent information is about (a) named resource(s). (The same remark applies in case of an Article clause to close.)
The ``birth place'' of the abstract as fragment of the current resource.
The Literal type allows for mark up in the abstract. The language of the text of the abstract is given by the value of the xml:lang attribute. Values from RFC1766 are permitted for xml:lang.
In case abstracts in different languages are included one will use a pointer/ID for each of those.