The primary type (or the category) of the content resources depicted with the CModel. Allowed values are:
* TOC (Table Of Contents)
A TOC is optional and not shown above.
In eSciDoc hierarchical structures are build by means of container resources. A container resource refers to its members which are again containers or items. The set of references is represented as structural map (struct-map) inside the representation of a container resource. Additionally a container may contain a table of content (TOC) which contains an ordered selection of members.
Some attributes in the TOC xml.
div element attributes:
* ORDER: The physical pagenumber of the scan. The physical order must begin with number "1".
* ORDERLABEL: The logical pagenumber of the scan
* ID: The identification number of this scan (id of the item)
* TYPE: The type of this structural element (see List of List of structural element types
* LABEL: The elements title
* VISIBLE: Indicates if this div (and its sub-elements should be displayed when displaying this toc
ptr element attributes:
* ID: The identification of this pointer
* USE: The type of the file described with this locator
MIN = thumbnail size
DEFAULT = Web size
MAX = Full size
ITEM = item which contains these files
* xlink:href: The locator for this file
* LOCTYPE: The locator type
* MIMETYPE: The scans MIME type
III. Used by VIRR
Welcome to the "Virtueller Raum Reichsrecht" Collection of the Max Planck Institute for European History of Law
The solution will provide a published digital collection and a cooperative working environment for various artefacts of the legislation in the period of the German Holy Empire. The compilation will be indexed, structured via METS, transcripted and linked to further relevant scientific literature.
Max Plank Wiki
says it has more than 20,000 scans.
IV. escidoc and CMAs
A) escidoc has the concept of content models see ESciDoc Logical Data Model
Content models defines in general:
* the type and structure of the content resources (item, container, members)
* a set of services that may be associated with the content resources
Seems like CMA
B) Plans to bring CMAs in
From Roadmap Infrastructure
Status: March 16, 2009
Content Model Content Model Handler
Specification needed. May be based on the new Fedora CMA (content model architecture)