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Metadata in Data Search

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Currently, information on the Internet is found mainly through search engines. Search engines’ indexing algorithms regularly index web resources to quickly provide search results to the user. Considering that dynamically generated content is not visible for indexing algorithms, on the one hand, there is a problem of incompleteness of search results provided by search engines, on the other hand, low visibility of these dynamic contents. This article discusses the use of metadata to find information in the digital environment, metadata standards used to describe web resources, including the Dublin Core Metadata and Element Set, Resource Description Framework, Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting protocol for metadata access, and provided by information about folksonomy for improving the reliability of metadata.


search engines
dynamic content
web resource
indexing programs


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Turgunbaev, R. . (2021). Metadata in Data Search. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 93–96. Retrieved from https://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/234
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    27 September 2021
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    27 September 2021