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Term: Content Model_2 Class:  
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Created 2 January 2014
Last modified 2 January 2014
Contributed by Stephen Richard

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Definition: A model describing an information representation and processing architecture (Fedora usage 2, http://fedora-commons.org/documentation/3.0b1/userdocs/digitalobjects/cmda.html)
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The concept of the content model is comprehensive, including all possible characteristics which are needed to enable persistence and delivery of the content. This can include structural, behavioral and semantic information. It can also include a description of the permitted, excluded, and required relationships to other digital objects or identifiable entities. (http://fedora-commons.org/documentation/3.0b1/userdocs/digitalobjects/cmda.html) Submitted 14 April 2016
by Stephen