Los elementos en la representación de recursos en los repositorios institucionales: una revisión bibliográfica = Elements of Resource Representation in Institutional Repositories: a Bibliographic Review

Texier, Jose and De Giusti, Marisa Los elementos en la representación de recursos en los repositorios institucionales: una revisión bibliográfica = Elements of Resource Representation in Institutional Repositories: a Bibliographic Review., 2013 [Report]

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English abstract

This review focuses on identifying how the literature studies the existing problems in the Resource Representation (RR) of Institutional Repositories (IR). RR is a process of recording in a persistent manner a set of data (metadata) as a synthesis and replacement of the "real" object, to allow its identification, retrieval and dissemination. RR is defined by certain elements: resources, metadata schema, storage and cataloging. On the other hand, IRs are based on functional processes according to the material that is deposited and the ISO 14.721 standard: ingest, storage, cataloging, indexing, search engine and browsing. The results of this review show that identifying the problems found in these elements and functional processes is not a subject of study for the researchers, which leads to a vacant area in this field.

Spanish abstract

Esta revisión se centra en identificar cómo la literatura estudia los problemas existentes en la Representación de Recursos (RR) de los Repositorios Institucionales (RI). La RR es el proceso de registrar en forma persistente un conjunto de datos (metadatos) como síntesis y reemplazo del objeto "real" para poder identificarlo, recuperarlo y distribuirlo. La RR se define por ciertos elementos: recursos, esquemas de metadatos, almacenamiento y catalogación. Por su parte, los RI se basan en procesos funcionales de acuerdo con el material depositado y la norma ISO 14.721: carga (ingest), almacenamiento (storage), catalogación (cataloging), indización (indexing), búsqueda (search engine) y navegación (browsing). Los resultados de esta revisión muestran que identificar los problemas presentes en estos elementos y procesos funcionales no es objeto de estudio por parte de los investigadores, lo cual desemboca en un área de vacancia en este dominio, para resolver parte de los problemas presentes en los RI a partir de los elementos y procesos funcionales.

Item type: Report
Keywords: Institutional Repositories; Resource Representation; ISO 14.721; problems. Repositorios Institucionales, Representación de Recursos, ISO 14.721, problemas.
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AA. Library and information science as a field.
Depositing user: Jose Texier
Date deposited: 22 Jun 2015 15:34
Last modified: 22 Jun 2015 15:34
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/25320

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