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What an Old Dictionary Teaches Us About Metadata

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Spelling, pronunciation, and examples of usage are included in the dictionary definition of a word, which is a good example of one of the many uses of metadata, namely to provide a definition, description, and context for data.

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Comments (3)
In fact, the living languages ​​are constantly changing. So to build a stable metadata , I suggest using a 'dead' language , like the Latin language.
Posted by Joao B | Friday, September 06 2013 at 7:58AM ET
You've stated the problem well, but what is the solution?
Posted by Bridget K | Friday, September 06 2013 at 10:07AM ET
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