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The Asset Description Metadata Schema (ADMS) is a vocabulary to describe interoperability assets making it possible for ICT developers to explore and search for interoperability assets.  ADMS allows public administrations, businesses, standardisation bodies and academia to: describe semantic assets in a common way so that they can be seamlessly cross-queried and discovered by ICT developers  from a single access point, such as Joinup; search, identify, ...

Semantic asset

Type:
Project 
Owner(s):

European Union

Administrator(s):
Lorenzo Pellizzari
facilitator member developer
Vassilios Peristeras
facilitator member developer
Joinup Semic Editor
facilitator member
sebastiaan rousseeuw
facilitator member developer release manager contributor
Stijn Goedertier
facilitator member developer
Facilitator(s):
Lorenzo Pellizzari
Vassilios Peristeras
Joinup Semic Editor
Member(s):
Vianney le Clément de Saint Marcq
Brecht Wyns
Christine von Reichenbach
Abstract:
The Asset Description Metadata Schema (ADMS) is a metadata vocabulary to describe semantic interoperability assets.
Solution category:
Framework
Licence:
ISA Open Metadata Licence v1.1
Interoperability status:
Development

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