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1Zuccala, A. ; Breum, M. ; Bruun, K. ; Wunsch, B.T.: Metric assessments of books as families of works.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 69(2018) no.1, S.146-157.
Abstract: We describe the intellectual and physical properties of books as manifestations, expressions, and works and assess the current indexing and metadata structure of monographs in the Book Citation Index (BKCI). Our focus is on the interrelationship of these properties in light of the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR). Data pertaining to monographs were collected from the Danish PURE repository system as well as the BKCI (2005-2015) via their International Standard Book Numbers (ISBNs). Each ISBN was then matched to the same ISBN and family-related ISBNs cataloged in two additional databases: OCLC-WorldCat and Goodreads. With the retrieval of all family-related ISBNs, we were able to determine the number of monograph expressions present in the BKCI and their collective relationship to one work. Our results show that the majority of missing expressions from the BKCI are emblematic (i.e., first editions of monographs) and that both the indexing and metadata structure of this commercial database could significantly improve with the introduction of distinct expression IDs (i.e., for every distinct edition) and unifying work-related IDs. This improved metadata structure would support the collection of more accurate publication and citation counts for monographs and has implications for developing new indicators based on bibliographic levels.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23921/full.
Objekt: FRBR ; Book Citation Index
2Mercun, T. ; Zumer, M. ; Aalberg, T.: Presenting bibliographic families using information visualization : evaluation of FRBR-based prototype and hierarchical visualizations.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(2017) no.2, S.392-411.
Abstract: Since their beginnings, bibliographic information systems have been displaying results in the form of long, textual lists. With the development of new data models and computer technologies, the need for new approaches to present and interact with bibliographic data has slowly been maturing. To investigate how this could be accomplished, a prototype system, FrbrVis1, was designed to present work families within a bibliographic information system using information visualization. This paper reports on two user studies, a controlled and an observational experiment, that have been carried out to assess the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR)-based against an existing system as well as to test four different hierarchical visual layouts. The results clearly show that FrbrVis offers better performance and user experience compared to the baseline system. The differences between the four hierarchical visualizations (Indented tree, Radial tree, Circlepack, and Sunburst) were, on the other hand, not as pronounced, but the Indented tree and Sunburst design proved to be the most successful, both in performance as well as user perception. The paper therefore not only evaluates the application of a visual presentation of bibliographic work families, but also provides valuable results regarding the performance and user acceptance of individual hierarchical visualization techniques.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23659/full.
Anmerkung: FrbrVis prototype can, at this time, be viewed online at: http://dijon.idi.ntnu.no/exist/rest/db/frbrvis/index.html. This is not the exact version that was tested as there have been some minor changes and the prototype labels were translated from Slovenian to English language.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Visualisierung
Objekt: FRBR ; FrbrVis
3Cossham, A.F.: Models of the bibliographic universe.
Melbourne : Monash University; Faculty of Information Technology, 2017. XIII, 278 S.
Abstract: What kinds of mental models do library catalogue users have of the bibliographic universe in an age of online and electronic information? Using phenomenography and grounded analysis, it identifies participants' understanding, experience, and conceptualisation of the bibliographic universe, and identifies their expectations when using library catalogues. It contrasts participants' mental models with existing LIS models, and explores the nature of the bibliographic universe. The bibliographic universe can be considered to be a social object that exists because it is inscribed in catalogue records, cataloguing codes, bibliographies, and other bibliographic tools. It is a socially constituted phenomenon.
Inhalt: A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Monash University in 2017 Faculty of Information Technology. Vgl.: https://figshare.com/articles/Models_of_the_bibliographic_universe/5216347.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Katalogfragen allgemein
4Dousa, T.M.: E. Wyndham Hulme's classification of the attributes of books : On an early model of a core bibliographical entity.
In: http://www.iskocus.org/NASKO2017papers/NASKO2017_paper_1.pdf [NASKO 2017, June 15-16, 2017, Champaign, IL, USA].
Abstract: Modelling bibliographical entities is a prominent activity within knowledge organization today. Current models of bibliographic entities, such as Functional Requirements for Bibliographical Records (FRBR) and the Bibliographic Framework (BIBFRAME), take inspiration from data - modelling methods developed by computer scientists from the mid - 1970s on. Thus, it would seem that the modelling of bibliographic entities is an activity of very recent vintage. However, it is possible to find examples of bibliographical models from earlier periods of knowledge organization. The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to one such model, outlined by the early 20th - century British classification theorist E. Wyndham Hulme in his essay on "Principles of Book Classification" (1911 - 1912). There, Hulme set forth a classification of various attributes by which books can conceivably be classified. These he first divided into accidental and inseparable attributes. Accidental attributes were subdivided into edition - level and copy - level attributes and inseparable attitudes, into physical and non - physical attributes. Comparison of Hulme's classification of attributes with those of FRBR and BIBFRAME 2.0 reveals that the different classes of attributes in Hulme's classification correspond to groups of attributes associated with different bibliographical entities in those models. These later models assume the existence of different bibliographic entities in an abstraction hierarchy among which attributes are distributed, whereas Hulme posited only a single entity - the book - , whose various aspects he clustered into different classes of attributes. Thus, Hulme's model offers an interesting alternative to current assumptions about how to conceptualize the relationship between attributes and entities in the bibliographical universe.
Inhalt: Beitrag bei: NASKO 2017: Visualizing Knowledge Organization: Bringing Focus to Abstract Realities. The sixth North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO 2017), June 15-16, 2017, in Champaign, IL, USA.
Themenfeld: Geschichte der Kataloge ; Formalerschließung
Objekt: FRBR ; BIBFRAME
5Campbell, D.G. ; Mayhew, A.: ¬A phylogenetic approach to bibliographic families and relationships.
In: http://www.iskocus.org/NASKO2017papers/NASKO2017_paper_7.pdf [NASKO 2017, June 15-16, 2017, Champaign, IL, USA].
Abstract: This presentation applies the principles of phylogenetic classification to the phenomenon of bibliographic relationships in library catalogues. We argue that while the FRBR paradigm supports hierarchical bibliographic relationships between works and their various expressions and manifestations, we need a different paradigm to support associative bibliographic relationships of the kind detected in previous research. Numerous studies have shown the existence and importance of bibliographic relationships that lie outside that hierarchical FRBR model: particularly the importance of bibliographic families. We would like to suggest phylogenetics as a potential means of gaining access to those more elusive and ephemeral relationships. Phylogenetic analysis does not follow the Platonic conception of an abstract work that gives rise to specific instantiations; rather, it tracks relationships of kinship as they evolve over time. We use two examples to suggest ways in which phylogenetic trees could be represented in future library catalogues. The novels of Jane Austen are used to indicate how phylogenetic trees can represent, with greater accuracy, the line of Jane Austen adaptations, ranging from contemporary efforts to complete her unfinished work, through to the more recent efforts to graft horror memes onto the original text. Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey provides an example of charting relationships both backwards and forwards in time, across different media and genres. We suggest three possible means of applying phylogenetic s in the future: enhancement of the relationship designators in RDA, crowdsourcing user tags, and extracting relationship trees through big data analysis.
Inhalt: Beitrag bei: NASKO 2017: Visualizing Knowledge Organization: Bringing Focus to Abstract Realities. The sixth North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO 2017), June 15-16, 2017, in Champaign, IL, USA.
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA
6Kishimoto, K. ; Snyder, T.: Popular Music in FRBR and RDA : toward user-friendly and cataloger-friendly identification of works.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 54(2016) no.1, S.60-86.
Abstract: The gradual adoption since 2010 of the content standard Resource Description and Access, based on the conceptual model Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, has brought change to many areas of library cataloging, including popular music. In particular, the cataloging community has had to grapple with new practices in assigning access points for resources once considered simple, such as popular music albums containing songs written by people other than the featured recording artist. This article outlines some of the difficulties encountered and offers a principled approach to cataloging popular music that would reduce cataloger burden and reconcile catalog data with users' expectations.
Inhalt: Vgl.: DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2015.1105898.
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA
7Coyle, K.: FRBR, before and after : a look at our bibliographic models.
Chicago : ALA, 2016. xv, 179 S.
Abstract: This book looks at the ways that we define the things of the bibliographic world, and in particular how our bibliographic models reflect our technology and the assumed goals of libraries. There is, of course, a history behind this, as well as a present and a future. The first part of the book begins by looking at the concept of the 'work' in library cataloging theory, and how that concept has evolved since the mid-nineteenth century to date. Next it talks about models and technology, two areas that need to be understood before taking a long look at where we are today. It then examines the new bibliographic model called Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) and the technical and social goals that the FRBR Study Group was tasked to address. The FRBR entities are analyzed in some detail. Finally, FRBR as an entity-relation model is compared to a small set of Semantic Web vocabularies that can be seen as variants of the multi-entity bibliographic model that FRBR introduced.
Inhalt: Part I. Work, model, technologyThe work -- The model -- The technology -- Part II. FRBR and other solutions -- Introduction -- FRBR : standard for international sharing -- The entity-relation model -- What is modeled in FRBR -- Does FRBR meet FRBR's objectives? -- Some issues that arise -- Bibliographic description and the Semantic Web.
LCSH: FRBR (Conceptual model)
DDC: 025.3'2 / dc23
LCC: Z666.6.C69 2016
8Gemberling, T.: FRSAD, Semiotics, and FRBR-LRM.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 54(2016) no.2, S.136-144.
Abstract: Philosophy grapples with the deepest and most difficult questions in human life. In a 2012 article, Jonathan Furner raises questions about the "Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data" (FRSAD) model. Can the FRSAD framers really avoid tackling philosophical questions as they attempt to do-the long-running dispute between nominalists and realists, in particular? This article attempts to flesh out a realist position while showing some implications for the new Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records-Library Reference Model. It is not clear that FRSAD really takes a realist view, as Furner claims, and a position on the nominalist-realist debate is not necessary for information professionals.
Inhalt: Vgl.: DOI:10.1080/01639374.2015.1133751.
Objekt: FRSAD ; FRBR
9Hider, P.: ¬The functional requirements for community information.
In: Journal of documentation. 72(2016) no.1, S.81-102.
Abstract: Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to consider the nature of community information (CI) and proposes a data model, based on the entity-relationship approach adopted in the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), which may assist with the development of future metadata standards for CI systems. Design/methodology/approach - The two main data structure standards for CI, namely the element set developed by the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) and the MARC21 Format for CI, are compared by means of a mapping exercise, after which an entity-relationship data model is constructed, at a conceptual level, based on the definitions of CI found in the literature. Findings - The AIRS and MARC21 data structures converge to a fair degree, with MARC21 providing for additional detail in several areas. However, neither structure is systematically and unambiguously defined, suggesting the need for a data model. An entity-relationship data modelling approach, similar to that taken in FRBR, yielded a model that could be used as the basis for future standards development and research. It was found to effectively cover both the AIRS and MARC21 element sets. Originality/value - No explicit data model exists for CI, and there has been little discussion reported about what data elements are required to support CI seeking.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JD-10-2014-0141.
10Mercun, T. ; Zumer, M. ; Aalberg, T.: Presenting bibliographic families : Designing an FRBR-based prototype using information visualization.
In: Journal of documentation. 72(2016) no.3, S.490-526.
Abstract: Purpose - Despite the importance of bibliographic information systems for discovering and exploring library resources, some of the core functionality that should be provided to support users in their information seeking process is still missing. Investigating these issues, the purpose of this paper is to design a solution that would fulfil the missing objectives. Design/methodology/approach - Building on the concepts of a work family, functional requirements for bibliographic records (FRBR) and information visualization, the paper proposes a model and user interface design that could support a more efficient and user-friendly presentation and navigation in bibliographic information systems. Findings - The proposed design brings together all versions of a work, related works, and other works by and about the author and shows how the model was implemented into a FrbrVis prototype system using hierarchical visualization layout. Research limitations/implications - Although issues related to discovery and exploration apply to various material types, the research first focused on works of fiction and was also limited by the selected sample of records. Practical implications - The model for presenting and interacting with FRBR-based data can serve as a good starting point for future developments and implementations. Originality/value - With FRBR concepts being gradually integrated into cataloguing rules, formats, and various bibliographic services, one of the important questions that has not really been investigated and studied is how the new type of data would be presented to users in a way that would exploit the true potential of the changes.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JD-01-2015-0001.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Visualisierung
11IFLA / Consolidation Editorial Group of the IFLA FRBR Review Group (Hrsg.): Le Boeuf, P. ; Riva, P. ; Zumer, M.: FRBR - Library Reference Model : draft for World-Wide Review.21.02.2016.
In: www.ifla.org/files/assets/cataloguing/frbr-lrm/frbr-lrm_20160225.pdf. Den Haag : 71 S, 2016.
Abstract: The FRBR Review Group worked actively towards a consolidated model starting in 2010, in a series of working meetings held in conjunction with IFLA conferences and at an additional mid-year meeting in April 2012 during which the user task consolidation was first drafted. In 2013 in Singapore, the FRBR Review Group constituted a Consolidation Editorial Group (CEG) to focus on the detailed reassessment of attribute s and relationships, and the drafting of this model document. The CEG (at times with other FRBR Review Group members or invited experts) held five multi-day meetings, as well as discussing progress in detail with the FRBR Review Group as a whole during a working meeting in 2014 in Lyon and another in 2015 in Cape Town.
12Petric, T.: Bibliographic organisation of continuing resources in relation to the IFLA models : research within the Croatian corpus of continuing resources.
In: Jlis.it. 7(2016) no.1, S.181-205.
Abstract: Comprehensive research on continuing resources has not been conducted in Croatia, therefore this paper will indicate the current bibliographic organisation of continuing resources in comparison to the parameters set by the IFLA models, and the potential flaws of the IFLA models in the bibliographic organisation of continuing resources, in comparison to the valid national code which is used in Croatian cataloguing practice. Research on the corpus of Croatian continuing resources was performed in the period from 2000 and 2011. By using the listed population through the method of deliberate stratified sampling, the titles which had been observed were selected. Through the method of observation of bibliographic records of the selected sample in the NUL catalogue, the frequency of occurrence of parameters from the IFLA models that should identify continuing resources will be recorded and should also show the characteristics of continuing resources. In determining the parameters of observation, the FRBR model is viewed in terms of bibliographic data, FRAD is viewed in terms of other groups or entities or controlled access points for work, person and the corporate body and FRSAD in terms of the third group of entities as the subject or the subject access to continuing resources. Research results indicate that the current model of bibliographic organisation presents a high frequency of attributes that are listed in the IFLA models for all types of resources, although that was not envisaged by the PPIAK, and it is clear that the practice has moved away from the national code which does not offer solutions for all types of resources and ever more so demanding users. The current model of bibliographic organisation of the corpus of Croatian continuing resources in regards to the new IFLA model requires certain changes in order for the user to more easily access and identify continuing resources. The research results also indicate the need to update the entity expression with the attribute mode of expression, and entity manifestation with the attributes mode of issuance, as well as further consideration in terms of the bibliographic organisation of continuing resources.
Inhalt: Vgl. unter: http://leo.cineca.it/index.php/jlis/article/view/11608.
Objekt: RDA ; FRBR
13Wu, D. ; Shi, J.: Classical music recording ontology used in a library catalog.
In: Knowledge organization. 43(2016) no.6, S.416-430.
Abstract: In order to improve the organization of classical music information resources, we constructed a classical music recording ontology, on top of which we then designed an online classical music catalog. Our construction of the classical music recording ontology consisted of three steps: identifying the purpose, analyzing the ontology, and encoding the ontology. We identified the main classes and properties of the domain by investigating classical music recording resources and users' information needs. We implemented the ontology in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) using five steps: transforming the properties, encoding the transformed properties, defining ranges of the properties, constructing individuals, and standardizing the ontology. In constructing the online catalog, we first designed the structure and functions of the catalog based on investigations into users' information needs and information-seeking behaviors. Then we extracted classes and properties of the ontology using the Apache Jena application programming interface (API), and constructed a catalog in the Java environment. The catalog provides a hierarchical main page (built using the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) model), a classical music information network and integrated information service; this combination of features greatly eases the task of finding classical music recordings and more information about classical music.
Objekt: FRBR ; OWL
14Wiesenmüller, H.: Sacherschließung unter FRBR und RDA in Theorie und Praxis.
In: o-bib: Das offene Bibliotheksjournal. 3(2016) Nr.3, S.24-53.
Abstract: Der Beitrag untersucht die Rolle der Sacherschließung in den "Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records" (FRBR) und den damit verwandten Modellen (FRAD, FRSAD, FRBR-LRM) sowie im neuen Katalogisierungsstandard "Resource Description and Access" (RDA). Ebenfalls betrachtet wird die Praxis der verbalen Sacherschließung in Deutschland vor dem Hintergrund der RDA-Einführung. Der vorliegende Beitrag ist eine ausformulierte und deutlich erweiterte Fassung von: Heidrun Wiesenmüller, Sacherschließung in einer RDA-Welt. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen , Vortrag auf der 16. InetBib-Tagung in Stuttgart am 11.02.2016, http://dx.doi.org/10.17877/DE290R-16919.
Inhalt: https://www.o-bib.de/article/view/2016H3S24-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.5282/o-bib/2016H3S24-53.
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA ; FRSAD ; RSWK ; FRAD
15Pfeifer, B. ; Polak-Bennemann, R.: Zusammenführen was zusammengehört : Intellektuelle und automatische Erfassung von Werken nach RDA.
In: o-bib: Das offene Bibliotheksjournal. 3(2016) Nr.4, S.144-155.
Abstract: Der Beitrag will die Erschließungspraxis der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek im ersten Implementierungsschritt der RDA zur Angabe der Werkebene darstellen, Erfahrungen zur grundsätzlichen Vorgehensweise und zu Sonderregelungen vermitteln und einen Ausblick in die Zukunft bieten. Die Angabe der Werkebene als Kernelement des neuen Standards wird bei der Erschließung von Ressourcen in der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek immer berücksichtigt. Bei der intellektuellen Erschließung von Monografien wird das Element als Normdatensatz oder als textuelle Angabe im Katalogisat erfasst. Allerdings setzt die derzeitige Praxis auch auf zukünftige automatische Clusterverfahren. Der erreichte Stand zu Algorithmen und Testläufen für das Werkclustering soll ebenso aufgezeigt werden, wie die daraus resultierenden Entscheidungen und die weitere Perspektive. Von zentraler Bedeutung ist die Frage, ob und unter welchen Bedingungen auf der Basis der Werkcluster Normdatensätze für die Gemeinsame Normdatei (GND) generiert werden können, um sie im deutschen Sprachraum kooperativ zu nutzen und sie in der Linked-Data-Cloud zu vernetzen.
Inhalt: https://www.o-bib.de/article/view/2016H4S144-155. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5282/o-bib/2016H4S144-155. Vortrag, Leipziger Bibliothekskongresses 2016.
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA ; GND ; FRAD
16Ruther, D.: Möglichkeit zur Realisierung des FRBR-Modells im Rahmen des relationalen Datenbankmodells.
Köln : Fachhochschule, Institut für Informationswissenschaft, 2015. XXII, 70 S.
Abstract: "Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records" bezeichnet ein Datenmodell, welches es ermöglicht bibliographische Datensätze hierarchisch darzustellen. Dazu werden Entitäten definiert, welche untereinander in Verbindung stehen und so die katalogisierten Medien beschreiben. In dieser Arbeit wird das FRBR-Modell in Form einer relationalen Datenbank realisiert. Dazu wird das Programm SQL-Server 2014 genutzt, um es später mit dem linearen Datenbanksystem "Midos6" in Hinblick auf Datenmodulation und daraus resultierende Darstellungsmöglichkeiten zu vergleichen.
Inhalt: Bachelorarbeit, Studiengang Bibliothekswesen, Fakultät für Informations- und Kommunikationswissenschaften, Fachhochschule Köln
Objekt: FRBR ; SQL-Server
17Gentili-Tedeschi, M.: Music presentation format : toward a cataloging babel?.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 53(2015) no.3/4, S.399-413.
Abstract: This case study on cataloging notated music focuses on music presentation format, and the use of controlled vocabularies in a multilingual context, when concepts do not have corresponding terms in one or more languages, and when common language terms are mixed with technical terms in a specialized context. Issues concern the terminological correspondence among different languages, and the consequent risks if only one language is taken into account or the meaning of one word is arbitrarily altered; English linguistic pragmatism may lead to wrong conceptual results when it points directly to the result of a process, while other languages focus on the process needed to obtain that result. Considerations on the use of codes in MARC formats and on how music presentation is treated in Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) are included, and numerous illustrated examples, understandable even by non-music experts, support the article.
Inhalt: Beitrag in einem Themenheft: Reshaping the Library Catalog: Selected Papers from the International Conference FSR2014 (Rome, February 27-28, 2014).
Objekt: FRBR ; MARC
18Coyle, K.: Simplicity in data models.
In: Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 41(2015) no.4, S.30-33.
Abstract: Evolving from database models using punch cards, strict linear relational databases and predefined object-oriented data structures, the triple statements underlying Semantic Web technologies bypass many design constraints to offer endless flexibility. Overcoming structure is challenging, especially the relatively recent structure formalized in the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR). Though geared to easier access and interoperability and recognizing a multilevel bibliographic model, FRBR remains tied to translating entity-relation diagrams to data structures. Resource Description Framework (RDF) provides a more flexible way to express concepts, in which bibliographic models may be thought of as graphs of properties and relationships. But even RDF-based models can undermine that flexibility by mixing concept classes and data structures. The advantage of RDF classes is to provide semantics that enable a user to focus on similarities, not bound by contextual constraints.and success metrics.
Anmerkung: Contribution to a special section "Linked data and the charm of weak semantics".
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA
19Riva, P. ; Zumer, M.: Introducing the FRBR library reference model.
Abstract: The FR family of conceptual models has grown to include three separate models prepared independently over many years by different working groups: FRBR for bibliographic data, FRAD for authority data, and FRSAD for subject authority data. Even as FRAD and FRSAD were being finalized in 2009-2010, it became clear that it would be necessary to combine or consolidate the FR family into a single coherent model to clarify the understanding of the overall model and remove barriers to its adoption. The FRBR Review Group has been working towards this since 2011, constituting a Consolidation Editorial Group in 2013. The consolidation task involves not only spelling out how the three existing models fit together, but requires taking a fresh look at the models to incorporate insights gained since their initial publications. This paper, based directly on the work of the Consolidation Editorial Group, provides the first public report of the consolidated model, tentatively referred to as the FRBR-Library Reference Model (FRBR-LRM), and the guiding principles that have been applied in its development.
Inhalt: Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2015 - Cape Town, South Africa in Session 207 - Cataloguing. Vgl. den Kommentar von H. Wiesenmüller [Mail vom 25.06.2015]: "hier etwas höchst Spannendes - eine knappe Darstellung des konsolidierten FR-Modells, auf das wir schon so lange warten, und das im kommenden Jahr in das weltweite Begutachtungsverfahren gehen soll: http://library.ifla.org/1084/. Ich muss das Paper selbst auch erst in Ruhe lesen, sehe aber beim schnellen Durchblättern mit Freude bestätigt, dass die Gruppe-3-Entitäten aus FRBR tatsächlich abgeschafft werden. Die FRSAD-Entität "Thema" (die für alles stehen kann, was Thema eins Werks ist) wird umgetauft in "Res" (von lateinisch "res", Sache) und steht für "any entity in the universe of discourse". Die Entitäten der Gruppe 2 heißen jetzt zusammenfassend "Agent" und teilen sich auf in "Person" und "Group", wobei letzteres Körperschaften und Familien umfasst. Neu eingeführt wird "Time-span". Auf den ersten Blick scheint das jedenfalls alles ganz gut durchdacht zu sein."
Objekt: FRBR ; FRSAD
20Coyle, K.: FRBR, twenty years on.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 53(2015) no.3/4, S.265-285.
Abstract: The article analyzes the conceptual model of the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) as a general model of bibliographic data and description that can be interpreted, as needed, to serve the needs of various communities. This is illustrated with descriptions of five different implementations based on the concepts in FRBR: FRBRER (entity-relation), FRBROO (object oriented), FRBRCore (FRBR entities as linked data), (FRBR entities within the commerce model), and FaBiO (FRBR indecs as a basis for academic document types). The author argues that variant models show the strength of the FRBR concepts, and should be encouraged.
Inhalt: Beitrag in einem Themenheft: Reshaping the Library Catalog: Selected Papers from the International Conference FSR2014 (Rome, February 27-28, 2014). Vgl.: DOI:10.1080/01639374.2014.943446.