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AprašymasHow many different ways do you connect with books, movies, music, or computer games? To make any general statement about the structure or data elements needed to describe all resources for all users of a library catalog is difficult, if not impossible. Yet, this is what you set out to do when you create a catalog record. The catalog then returns results, example, of a copy of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species with a publication date of 23 without any further explanation; nothing on its significance in science or its own origin as a publication. Library data can do more, but only with fundamental changes in the approach to library data. With historical perspective and a critical eye, takes a look at how we define things in the bibliographic world. She shows how bibliographic models reflect technology and our assumed goals of libraries. You will find clear explanations and analysis on such topics as: -Efforts to define work as a meaningful, creative unit, separate from the physical package-library data models and their connection to technology, from early printing to relational databases and the semantic web.-ideas and influence of leading thinkers such Lubetsky, Wilson, and Tillet, along with lesser-known theorists, like Tanaguchi-IFLA meetings that led to the FRBR study group, including its original charge and final report.-FRBR document's flawed entity-relationship model and how it overlooks user needs.-detailed analysis of the FRBR entities-implementations of FRBR both inside and outside the library community.
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