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Developing a North American Profile for the World Spatial Metadata Standard. Harold Moellering Geography Department Ohio State University. Regional, National, & Organizational Profiles. Communities with a common need for metadata. ISO19115 :2003 Geographic Information - Metadata.

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    1. Developing a North American Profile for the WorldSpatial Metadata Standard Harold Moellering Geography Department Ohio State University

    2. Regional, National, & Organizational Profiles Communities with a common need for metadata ISO19115:2003 Geographic Information - Metadata EO Profile Navigation Profile ANZLIC Profile European Profile NATO Profile North American Profile Perfil Latinoamericano de Metadatos Profiles Enable Interoperability Between Communities Courtesy of David Danko

    3. Basic Metadata Functions • Locate particular Data in SDI • Evaluate characteristics of Data at site • Extract Database from site • Employ/Use Data to analyze problem

    4. The goal for NAP CAN/CGSB 171.3-95 North American Profile Geospatial Metadata Based on ISO 19115/19139 USA CSDGM

    5. Development Approach • Requirements analysis • Past experience with metadata standards implementation • Cross-table development (FGDC-ISO 19115) • Modified UML • Promote options to obligations • Extended codelists • Added codelists

    6. North American Profile of ISO 19115:2003 Metadata (NAP-Metadata) • Selection of items from ISO19115:2003 • Promotion of optional fields to mandatory • Extension of code lists • Addition of values to existing code lists • Addition of code lists • Introduction of a multilingual register • Compliant to ISO19135:2005 onregisters • English and/et Français (and potentially Spanish) • Metadata items • Code lists • Register will be accessible on the Web • XML document • Web Services • Web Browser

    7. Modified UML

    8. Example Modifications to ISO 19115 Reflected in NAP • Extension of Code Lists • Language (M,1) • Language of metadata using standard ISO 3 letter codes • Language Country Code: e.g. ENG, FRA….. • Locale (C, Repeatable) • Locale • Other languages used in metadata

    9. Current Status of NAP Project • Version 1.0 Circulated in February, 2007 • Currently reviewing comments & updating • Will circulate Version 2.0 shortly • Hope to have Profile competed by the end of the year

    10. Summary & Conclusions • Much Progress since 2005 • Cultural & Linguistic Adaptability • User-friendly Specifications • Promotes Wider Use of Profile • Continue to Circulate NAP Documents • Develop Application Tools for Future

    11. North American Profile - Metadata Perfil Latino- Americano de Metadata Future Cooperation

    12. AcknowledgementsThe following colleagues have contributed to the development of these materials: David Danko ESRI, Washington, DC Jean Brodeur Natural Resources Canada, Centre for Topographic Information, Sherbrooke Sharon Shinn U.S. Federal Geographic Data Committee, Denver

    13. THANK YOU

    14. URL: ncl.sbs.ohio-state.edu