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Access to data, interoperability and standard structure are vital to guarantee the usability and usefulness of Cultural Heritage records, which are digitally archived in a myriad of different ways and are stored separately from each other. In many ways, they are as dispersed as the material culture they refer to. Proposed standards have not yet overcome the diffidence of culture professionals and heritage policy makers because of the difficulty of mapping existing data structures to them. Mapping requires skills and knowledge which are uncommon among the cultural heritage professionals with the most thorough knowledge of the material to be mapped.
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