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1Coyle, 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
2Welsh, A. ; Batley, S.: Practical cataloguing : AACR, RDA and MARC 21.
London : Facet Publ., 2012. XVI, 217 S.
Abstract: Resource Description and Access (RDA) is the first new international cataloguing standard for nearly thirty years. This essential new textbook builds on John Bowman's highly regarded "Essential Cataloguing" to provide cataloguers with the skills needed for transition to RDA. It gives an introduction to Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), which provides the conceptual basis for RDA; discusses the differences between AACR2 and RDA; and shows the current state of play in MARC 21. The final chapter includes ten records displayed in AACR2 level 1, AACR2 level 2, RDA and MARC 21, making it easy to see the differences at a glance. There is also a fully-explained worked example based on RDA Appendix M. Written at a time of transition in international cataloguing, this book provides cataloguers and students with a background in general cataloguing principles, the current code (AACR2) and format (MARC 21) and the new standard (RDA). The contextual chapters provide library managers with an up-to-date overview of the development of RDA in order to equip them to make the transition.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: BuB 64(2012) H.10, S.716-717 (H. Wiesenmüller)
Objekt: AACR ; RDA ; MARC 21 ; FRBR
LCSH: Descriptive cataloging / Rules ; FRBR (Conceptual model)
RSWK: Alphabetische Katalogisierung / Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records / Resource Description and Access / MARC 21 ; Bibliothek / Katalogisierung / Regel
GHBS: AVH (W) ; BBXP (FH K)
RVK: AN 74400
3Taylor, A.G. (Hrsg.): Understanding FRBR : what it is and how it will affect our retrieval tools.
Westport, CT : Libraries Unlimited, 2007. VIII, 186 S.
Abstract: An overview of the FRBR model, and how it can improve access to information through the helpful organization of metadata records. What is FRBR, and why is everyone talking about it? Is it really going to revolutionize cataloguing? And if so, what form will it take? This book is written for librarians, bibliographic systems designers, library and information science faculty and students, and anyone else who is interested in learning about the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) and how following the FRBR model can improve access to information through helpful organization of the metadata records that are surrogates for information resources. Serials, art, music, moving images, maps, and archival materials are just a few of the formats covered. Not for catalogers only!
Inhalt: 1. An Introduction to Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) - Arlene G. Taylor (1-20) 2. An Introduction to Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD) - Glenn E. Patton (21-28) 3. Understanding the Relationship between FRBR and FRAD - Glenn E. Patton (29-34) 4. FRBR and the History of Cataloging - William Denton (35-58) 5. The Impact of Research on the Development of FRBR - Edward T. O'Neill (59-72) 6. Bibliographic Families and Superworks - Richard P. Smiraglia (73-86) 7. FRBR and RDA (Resource Description and Access) - Barbara B. Tillett (87-96) 8. FRBR and Archival Materials - Alexander C. Thurman (97-102) 9. FRBR and Works of Art, Architecture, and Material Culture - Murtha Baca and Sherman Clarke (103-110) 10. FRBR and Cartographic Materials - Mary Lynette Larsgaard (111-116) 11. FRBR and Moving Image Materials - Martha M. Yee (117-130) 12. FRBR and Music - Sherry L. Vellucci (131-152) 13. FRBR and Serials - Steven C. Shadle (153-174)
Anmerkung: Resonanz: "Arlene Taylor and her compadres don't even try to teach you how to construct a hierarchical record. Instead, they direct their efforts toward showcasing what's possible when digital technology and traditional cataloging practice meet. This is the future of cataloging." - Library Media Connection "The emergence of this textbook is testimony to the breadth and depth of work done to date. It documents much of that work, and provides a good basic introduction to FRBR that is broadly understandable... The relational concepts within FRBR are complicated and can be challenging. This book does a good job of illuminating them in a straightforward manner. It also describes how the application of the FRBR concepts could improve our systems of bibliographic access in very specific ways... For those of us that really want or need to be able to predict the impact that FRBR will have on our work, this is an accessible explanation of the current state of the art. As such it is a real contribution to our understanding." - TechKNOW "Understanding FRBR... features chapters contributed by leading authorities in the cataloging field... It offers a basic introduction to FRBR, discussions about FRBR, FRAD (functional requirements for authority data), and RDA (resource description and access), and the issues involved in using FRBR in nontraditional library settings such as with cartographic materials and music. Both books are well illustrated and include numerous bibliographical resources.' [Reviewed in conjuntion with FRBR: A Guide for the Perplexed]." - Library Journal "Taylor and her contributors cover FRBR and introduce the reader to FRAD as well... All chapters conclude with current and useful references to further reading and more information." - Booklist "Understanding FRBR is clearly written, well illustrated (many of the concepts are clarified by very helpful diagrams), and well indexed; additionally, chapters feature extensive bibliographies, many of which provide URLs to the IFLA groups' documents. While it may seem that this book is of interest only to catalogers, the application of FRBR will change the structure of catalog and the systems used to store and display it; therefore, it is an important text for systems librarians, reference librarians, and anybody else interested in the future of the organization and display of bibliographic information." - College & Research Libraries "Understanding FRBR is a useful and timely book that brings together recent developments in FRBR and offers several assessments of it." - Technicalities "No cataloguer, bibliographic systems designer or library and information science lecturers and students should be without this book. It is a useful resource in acquiring an understanding of what FRBR is about and how it will change the way in which cataloguers will think about cataloguing in future." - The Electronic Library
Themenfeld: Geschichte der Kataloge ; Formalerschließung
LCSH: Cataloging ; FRBR (Conceptual model) ; Online library catalogs
RSWK: Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records / Aufsatzsammlung
RVK: AN 74500