Any additional schemes that arise from other work items
Consider potential additional refinements for DC Date:
Date captured [DC-Lib]
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)
Soft termini (i.e. the outer bounds for one or more termini is known or can be associated with a known period, but one or both of the exact boundaries of the event referenced are not known)
Elapsed time less than date range interval (i.e. the duration is less than the complete interval between two termini, as in an intermittent activity)
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