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- KINDLEOxford Dictionary Sayskindle verb (written)
1 to start burning; to make a fire start burning:
[V] We watched as the fire slowly kindled. • [VN] to kindle a fire / flame
2 to make sth such as an interest, emotion, etc. start to grow in sb; to start to be felt by sb:
[VN] It was her teacher who kindled her interest in music. • [V] Suspicion kindled within her.Google Says
Definitions of kindle on the Web:
Dublin CoreThe Dublin Core metadata element set is a standard for cross-domain information resource description. ...
- catch fire; "The dried grass of the prairie kindled, spreading the flames for miles"
- cause to start burning; "The setting sun kindled the sky with oranges and reds"
- arouse: call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
- Amazon Kindle is an electronic book (e-book) computer appliance launched in the United States by Amazon.com in November 2007. ...
- A collective term for a group of kittens; To start (a fire) or light (a torch); To arouse or inspire (a passion, etc)
- kindled - ignited: set afire; "the ignited paper"; "a kindled fire"
- kindling - material for starting a fire
- kindling - ignition: the act of setting something on fire
- Kindling is a widely used model for the development of seizures and epilepsy in which the duration and behavioral involvement of induced seizures increases after seizures are induced repeatedly.
- Kindling is the debut solo album by Country rock musician Gene Parsons recorded in 1973. Guest musicians on this album include former Byrds ...
- Kindling is a 1915 drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille.
- kindling - small pieces of wood and twigs used to start a fire
- kindling - The process of giving birth to kits.
- kindling - A process where having repetitive seizures lowers the threshold for having more seizures. This is one reason for getting early control of the seizures.
- kindling - a phenomenon in which a small change in neuronal activity, if it is repeated, may eventually lead to full-blown epilepsy.
- kindling - Light pins or pins that are falling easily during a game.
- kindling - bits of dry wood used to ignite a flame
- kindling - An experimental model of epilepsy in which an increased susceptibility to seizures arises after daily focal stimulation of specific brain areas ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dublin_Core Dublin Core is a 15-element metadata element set intended to facilitate discovery of electronic resources http://www.purl.oclc.org/metadata/dublin_core/
cordis.europa.eu/libraries/en/metadata/glossary.html Dublin Core is an initiative to create a digital "library card catalog" for the Web. Dublin Core is made up of 15 metadata (data that describes data) elements that offer expanded cataloging information and improved document indexing for search engine programs.
www.cesa8.k12.wi.us/media/digital_dictionary.htm a metadata format being discussed internationally to define a minimal information resource description for use in a WWW environment. The term "Dublin" is used as Dublin, Ohio is the location of OCLC's headquarters.
www.unesco.org/webworld/mdm/administ/en/guide/guide011.htm The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative® has established a standard set of metadata fields to be used for online libraries and archives. ...
www.aluka.org/page/help/tipsTechniques/glossary.jsp A simple set of metadata elements used in digital libraries, primarily to describe digital objects and for collections management, and for ...
www.cs.cornell.edu/wya/DigLib/MS1999/Glossary.html An accepted metadata schema created out of a cooperative venture involving academic institutions. The conference at which the schema was developed ...
Definitions of metadata on the Web:
Kind reagrds,Kamran KhanOn Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 10:11 PM, toqeer ahmad <toqeer.ahmad.awan@...> wrote:
- data about data; "a library catalog is metadata because it describes publications"
- Metadata is the name of a US corporation and a registered trademark in the United States.
- Metadata (meta data, or sometimes metainformation) is "data about data", of any sort in any media. An item of metadata may describe an individual ...
- Information about other information
- Information that describes the content, quality, condition, origin, and other characteristics of data or other pieces of information. ...
- structured information that describes, explains, locates, and otherwise makes it easier to retrieve and use an information resource.
- data about data - or more commonly "descriptive information about Web resources". The use of standardized descriptive metadata can ...
- Definitional data that provides information about or documentation of other data.
- meta data - Meta Data is the data that describes other data. (See also Meta Tags).
- data about data, an overall description of data in the database
- meta data - Meta data is data that expresses the context or relativity of data. Examples of meta data include data element descriptions, data type descriptions, attribute/property descriptions, range/domain descriptions and process/method descriptions. ...
- Data describing context, content and structure of records and their management through time. (Source: ISO International Standard 15489-1:2001)
- meta data - "Data about data." Usually refers to agreed-on definitions and business rules stored in a centralized repository so business users – even ...
- A file of information, which captures the basic characteristics of a data or information resource.It represents the who, what, when, where, why and how of the resource. ...
- data used to identify, describe, and locate resources. For instance, subject gateways provide information (metadata) about individual Web sites, typically including the author, the title, the URL (Web address) and a brief description. ...
- Data describing stored data, that is, describing the structure, data elements, interrelationships and other characteristics of electronic information. [DoD 3.2.55] The DoD uses the terms "record profile data" and "metadata" interchangeably, which we have also adopted in this paper. ...
- information describing a data set. A digital map's metadata might state its scale, revision date, author, accuracy standards, and other pertinent information.
- Documentation covering the who, what, when, why, where, and how associated with a unit of information. In other words, data about data.
- All the information that defines and describes the structures, operations, and contents of a BI/DW system.
- Information about the picture stored in the database.
- Data which describes other data. For example, a description of a database in terms of its structure and the relationship between the entities in it. (www.oxfordreference.com).
- Data that describes other data. For items in open access repositories, this usually consists of a full bibliographic reference, abstract, keywords, and similar information.
- Metadata is simply data used to describe other data. It can be used to describe information such as file type, format, author, user rights etc. and is usually attached to files but invisible to the user.
- Structured data about data. Increasingly this term refers to any data used to aid the identification, description and location of networked electronic resources. ...
- Documentation of the characteristics of a data set, such as sources, creation date, ownership, datum, ellipsoid, projection type and parameters, and data model.
- Data that describe a dataset to allow others to find and evaluate it.
- structured data describing, in coded form, characteristics of documents or digital objects to help identify, locate and manage them.
- Data about data. How the structures and calculation rules are stored, plus, possibly, additional information on data sources, definitions, quality, transformations, date of last update, user access privileges, etc.
- means any additional or bibliographic information about one or more of the data collections, as notified to the End User from time to time. ...
I want detail on a term named "cindle or kindle" according to my
information it is associated with e-libraries. i am eager to know the
term and its detail as maximum as possible. Another term named "dublin
core" and "meta data" seems to be new in the field of information
sciences. if i am wrong kindly do me a favour by providing the very
best of your knowledge on these terms in detail. so that me and my
other pro- fellows may well be updated.
Hoping for a favourable & prompt response.