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Some of our guidelines as a company of innovation

  • Application of standards in the development of all our products in compliance with initiatives from the W3C and the IST programme of the European Union.
  • Use of ISO and ANSI NISO standards for the processing, management and exchange of information.
  • Use of the new CRM (Conceptual References Model) and FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographical Records) analysis methods from international organisations of a professional nature.
  • Development and use of the different XML DTDs. In this sense, DIGIBÍS is giving its Integrated Management System all types of interfaces that allow users to export the information of XML DTDs that are applied to the world of archives (EAC, EAD), libraries (XML MARC, METS, MODS, MADS), museums (CIMI Spectrum) and libraries and publishers (ONIX), as well as text publication, striving for innovation in the entire digital publishing process and later consultation of the information.
  • Application of metadata to different information processing, management and exchange programs (DCMI ISO 15836). DIGIBÍS has developed an interface that allows for the exportation of records compliant with the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI), an ISO standard that allows for the establishment of a set of 15 different types of metadata generated from bibliographical records.
  • Recovery of information based on Web Harvesting according to the OAI PMH protocol. Construction of repositories according to the same standards.
  • Development of ontologies for the Semantic Web according to the following W3C standards: XML, RDF and OWL. The set of developments based on these regulations including a search engine of our own technology based partially on different grants of the PROFIT Plan, making it possible to consult all types of documentary databases. This new phase of Semantic Web is the model that comes from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and that translated into better structuring of the information through interrelationships and the use of mark-up and description languages that have been very well defined by international standards. (In the same way as DCMI metadata of the ISO standard were applicable for the OAI PMH Harvester, the basis on which the creation of Ontologies is established are those of RDF along with XML and WL).