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1Simmons, P.: Preserving compatibility with standard data formats.
In: Program. 28(1994) no.2, S.125-140.
Abstract: Librarians in countries without well-established national bibliographic systems increasingly find themselves faced with the problem of establishing local formats for machine-readable cataloguing and for referral data. Often they lack the background and the resources - especially trained staff - either to adopt an existing MARC format or to develop their own. Such international formats as UNIMARC and CCF, despite widespread international use, present problems of their own; MARC formats are not practical for agencies that do not follow standard cataloguing rules, and CCF offers little guidance to agencies wishing to adopt it for local use. A number of techniques useful in adapting and implementing international and national standard formats are presented, with some guidelines for preserving compatibility with standards
Objekt: UNIMARC ; CCF
3Simmons, P.: Converting UNIMARC records to CCF.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 18(1989) no.3, S.42-45.
Abstract: One of the primary goals of Unesco's Common Communication Format (CCF) has been to maintain compatibility between two major information communities: libraries; and abstracting and indexing organisations. While abstracting and indexing organisations do not follow any single standard for description or the structure and encoding of machine records, libraries have clearly defined standards and practices. Among CCF-using organisations are some that wish to incorporate records produced by national bibliographic agencies, especially national libraries, into their own data bases. They need the ability to convert UNIMARC records to CCF. To accomplish this they require a source of records, a computer to process them, a computer programm designed for record conversion and a table or instructions laying out the specific way in which each UNIMARC data element is to be processed in the course of conversion to CCF. Examines the factors to be considered in planning a table that would be sufficiently detailed to accomplish record conversion, and outlines problems that might be encountered.
Objekt: UNIMARC ; CCF
4Hagler, R. ; Simmons, P.: ¬The bibliographic record and information technology.
Chicago : ALA, 1982. 346 S.
Abstract: Gründliche Darstellung aller mit der Speicherung und Verarbeitung bibliographischer Daten (inkl. Sacherschließung) verbundenen Problembereiche. Im Anhang Dokumentation des CANMARC Formats
Anmerkung: Rez. in: College and research libraries 53(1992) S.86-88 (E.A. Franco)