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Strategic Plan, 2009/2011 Strategic Plan, 2009/2011 Mission The Cataloguing Section of IFLA strives to be the leader in international developments in cataloguing theory, activities, and standards development. The Section analyses the principles and functions of cataloguing activities for all types of materials and media, including both bibliographic and authority information, for the benefit of all kinds of users. The Section proposes and develops cataloguing rules, guidelines, and standards for bibliographic information, taking into account the developing electronic and networked environment in order to promote universal access to and exchange of bibliographic and authority information.
Functional Requirements: the FRBR Family of Models
by IFLA Study Group on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records Series: IFLA Series on Bibliographic Control 19 Publisher: Munich: K.G. Saur Verlag, 1998 Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records
Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records - Final Report - Part 1 Final Report — 1998 1. Introduction 1.1 Background Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records - Final Report - Part 1
The FRBR Blog The FRBR Blog Massey, Linking Petterson – Visualising FRBR data with Protovis Linking Petterson – Visualising FRBR data with Protovis by David Murray takes a fresh angle on FRBR that I don’t recall seeing before. (Protovis is a tool for doing graphical visualizations in your browser.) This short article describes a potential use of a bibliographic data set that has been created using the principles of FRBR 1 (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records). The FRBR entities and relationships are visualised using the Protovis toolkit2 developed by Stanford University.The result of experiment can be viewed at this address: http://bibin.hio.no/~davm/php/sparqling/pode/petterson.html
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