Structural Metadata Dictionary for LC Repository Digital Objects

How to Use Structural Metadata Attributes
Digital Element Relationship Information and Page Information
Example 1c of 4


Example 1c:  Unnumbered, 15 page pamphlet having a title page and four pages of plates.

Image Contains Data Element Relationship (Rel) Page Information (PI)
Rel Type Rel Value PI Type(s) PI Value(s)
First Title Page 00002  001:015 0001  0022 
Second Text 00002  002:015 n/a n/a
Third Text 00002  003:015 n/a n/a
Fourth Plate I 00002  004:015 0002  I
Fifth Text 00002  005:015 n/a n/a
Sixth Text 00002  006:015 n/a n/a
Seventh Plate II 00002  007:015 0002  II
Eigth Plate III 00002  008:015 0002 III
Ninth Text 00002  009:015 n/a n/a
Tenth Text 00002  010:015 n/a n/a
Eleventh Text 00002  011:015 n/a n/a
Twelvth Plate IV 00002  012:015 0002  IV
Thirteenth Text 00002 013:015 n/a n/a
Fourteenth Text 00002  014:015 n/a n/a
Fifteenth Text 00002 015:015 n/an/a


Data Element Relationship Type00002=Presentation Sequence
Page Information Type0001=Feature
Page Information Type0002=Printed Plate Number
Page Information Type0003=Printed Page Number
Feature Type0017=Table of Contents
Feature Type0022=Title Page


   Feature is the Page Information Type that indicates a distinctive function performed by the original content from which a data element's data content was derived. Examples: cover, table of contents, index, end paper.

When a Page Information Type attribute indicates "feature," the associated Page Information Value contains a "Feature Type" code.

 


   Feature Type identifies the specific feature associated with a given pair of Page Information Type/Value attributes. It is carried as a code value.

When a Page Information Type attribute indicates "feature," the associated Page Information Value contains a "Feature Type" code. Currently recognized feature types and their codes are defined in the Feature Type validation table.


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Created: 6/25/98         Revised: 07/7/98
Comments: vvit@loc.gov