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1Agnew, G. ; Kniesner, D. ; Weber, M.B.: Integrating MPEG-7 into the moving image collections portal.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 58(2007) no.9, S.1357-1363.
Abstract: This article discusses the implementation of MPEG-7 within the Moving Image Collections (MIC) portal. MIC is a union catalog of the world's moving images, as well as a portal to information on the care, management, and use of moving images. The MIC Union Catalog utilizes a core registry schema that is designed to map readily to any metadata schema used to describe moving images. The MIC development team was particularly interested in supporting MPEG-7 for future nontextual digital video indexing applications. An MPEG-7 application profile and Microsoft Access cataloging utility were developed in order to test MPEG-7 within the MIC Union Catalog; 400 science digital videos in the ResearchChannel collection were cataloged in MPEG-7. The MPEG-7 records were mapped to MIC and ingested. Draft MPEG-7 to MIC and MIC to MPEG-7 maps were developed and are available at the MIC Web site. MPEG-7 records are available for viewing for any record in the MIC database via a collections explore search within the Archivists' portal. The MPEG-7 cataloging utility may be downloaded from the MIC project Web site (Moving Image Collections. MIC Cataloging Utility. http://gondolin.rutgers.edu/MIC/text/ how/cataloging_utility.htm). This article also discusses issues with MPEG-7 as a descriptive metadata schema, as well as mapping and implementation issues identified in the project.
Anmerkung: Beitrag eines Themenschwerpunktes
Behandelte Form: Filme ; Videos
Objekt: MPEG-7 ; Moving Image Collections Portal
2Kniesner, D. ; Willman, C.: ¬The analytical reference in serials cataloging : a new access point in online catalogs.
In: Serials librarian. 26(1995) no.2, S.113-123.
Abstract: Analytical references are needed in online library catalogues in order to provide volume specific author and title access to volumes in monographic series that have been catalogues as periodicals. Demonstrates how Oregon Health Science University Library has used the MARC bibliographic format to provide a record consisting almost entirely of indexed access points, in essence, many cross references assembled into one record, all pointing to a serial. Further proposes that AACR2 rules 13.2A and 21.30M1 be extended to prescribe analytical added entries as well as analytical references
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Formalerschließung
3Kniesner, D.L. ; Willman, C.: But is it an online shelflist? : classification access in eight OPACs.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 20(1995) no.4, S.5-21.
Abstract: As librarians increasingly try to use their online catalogues to do what used to be done with their card shelflists, they are realizing that some catalogue sedigners and vendors have not paid enough attention to online shelf order classification access. Compares the call number searching abilities of 8 prominent, mature library systems: VTLS, Inlex, Innovative Interfaces, Inc., Data Research Associates (DRA), Geac Advance, Dynix, SIRSI, and NOTIS. Using 5 criteria that are important to cataloguers, each system was tested and rated for its suitability as an online shelflist. *** Special note from the authors: "[We've] become aware of a new version of SIRSI's Unicorn library system-- version 7.0 that changes our rating of SIRSI in a major way. We had rated SIRSI Unicorn a "C" in the paper, but now we would rate version 7.0 an "A". This is indeed a major change. Fortunately, we identified version numbers for each system in the article: we had tested version 6.1 of SIRSI. Thus, version 7.0 of SIRSI Unicorn, available in early 1995, has improved to the point that it meets every criteria used in the article for suitability as an online shelflist. The authors have evaluated version 7.0 with an "A" rating." ***
Themenfeld: Klassifikationssysteme im Online-Retrieval ; OPAC
4Willman, C. ; Kniesner, D.: OCLC access on a TCP/IP network.
In: OCLC systems and services. 9(1993) no.4, S.31-33.
Abstract: Presents an account of how the Oregon Health Sciences University Library networked its access to OCLC using the TCP/IP network protocol. Discusses some technical aspects, e.g. the role played by the network servers and communications controller; and the way in which Macintosh users were connected to the network. Notes some of the benefits of networking OCLC access, e.g. the flexibility it brings to staff location and reduced costs in modem use