Definitions for "Crosswalk"
an area marked for crossing the street back
a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
a marked area on a street where it is safer to cross
A semantic or technical mapping (sometimes both) of one metadata framework to another metadata framework.
A crosswalk is a program or algorithm to map elements in different metadata schemes. An example is the Dublin Core/MARC/GILS Crosswalk designed by the Library of Congress.
a set of transformations applied to the content of elements in a source metadata standard that result in the storage of appropriately modified content in the analogous elements of a target metadata standard
crosswalk is a table that translates data from one system to another. For example, a crosswalk identifies the codes in PeopleSoft that replace specific codes in the Brandeis legacy system.
Data table established to facilitate department and account (sub-code) conversion between FAS and PeopleSoft Financials. Transactions created in one system are translated to the corresponding chartstring in the other system.
A program that links SAMAS environment codes such as Department ID with the new PeopleSoft environment codes.
Also known as "committee allocation" or "section 302 allocation." The means by which budget resolution spending totals are translated into binding guidelines with respect to budget authority and outlays for committee action on spending bills. The Budget Committees allocate the budget resolution totals among the committees by jurisdiction. Crosswalk allocations of budget authority and outlays to the committees appear in the joint explanatory statement accompanying a conference report on the budget resolution.