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There is no unique, unambiguous, generally agreed upon, definition of what metadata is.

The concept was not invented by computer guys. Librarians have been talking about it for ages. Wherever three librarians are gathered, there are four opinions about what is metadata. If you ever meet a few librarians at a party, ask them about the author and title of a book: When included in an index or catalog, that is obviously metadata, but when exactly the same information is printed on the title page, is that metadata, too? Is the same info both data and metadata? Or are both occurences metadata, so that the author and title is nowhere present as raw data? ... the discussion may last the rest of the night.
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