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Game Sprite Metadata Design Using Dublin Core

For this assignment, I have chosen to design an application profile for the collection of video game sprites in the Game Sprite Archives.

Target Audience: Video Game Enthusiasts

Information Need
At the risk of overgeneralizing, I’m going make a blanket statement that video game enthusiasts have very exacting information needs. Thus, when seeking video game sprites, this user group would expect to find exacting information about the video game sprites they might search for. These individuals will expect to quickly locate the video game sprites of their choice, select/download/use/regard the sprite(s) that they were seeking, browse forgotten sprites because they’re now in reach, and perhaps gather trivia along the way to impress their video game enthusiast friends.

I thought Dublin Core would be a good metadata set for this collection because it prov

Added: Jan-31-2011 Occurred On: Jan-29-2011
By: mserni
Tags: video games, metadata design, dublin core, dcmi, xsd
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