In 2000 the Center of Information Technology at Budapest University of Technology and Economics prepared a feasibility study about how a National AudioVisual Archive (NAVA) can be built in Hungary. The most important goal of NAVA was defined as collecting and archiving the Hungarian television and radio broadcast programmes. In metadata group we have designed a general digital archive model. Based on the abstract and general notion of document we used the Dublin Core Element Set as a sceleton of our minimal metadata system.
Szakadat, Istvan; Magyar, Gabor; Risztics, Peter
Affiliation: Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
AES Conference: 20th International Conference: Archiving, Restoration, and New Methods of Recording (October 2001)
Paper Number: 1946
Publication Date: October 1, 2001
Subject: Archiving, Restoration, and New Methods of Recording
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