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DCMI Date Community
DCMI Date WG workplan 2003/2004:
Investigate options to provide for the interoperable representation of commonly-recorded dates which cannot be satisfactorily represented using ISO 8601 Data elements and interchange formats - Information interchange -Representation of dates and times, including the following categories of dates:
B.C.E. dates [DC-Lib; DC CLD WG]
Questionable dates [DC-Lib]
Approximate dates [DC-Lib]
Open-ended date ranges [DC CLD WG]
Large dates (e.g., geologic periods, astronomical time)
Consider potential additional refinements for DC Date:
Date captured [DC-Lib]
Consider potential additional schemes for DC Date and/or DC Coverage:
ISO 8601 [DC-Lib]
Any additional schemes that arise from work item one
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