Separating Libraries through Enriched User Searching: FRBR Implementation in Virtua

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Separating Libraries through Enriched User Searching: FRBR Implementation in Virtua Back to Basics – and Flying Into the Future Cataloging 2007, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1-2 February 2007 John Espley, Director for Design, VTLS Inc.

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VTLS and FRBR Current Virtua Release will be Release 48 First FRBR client (UCL) was in 2003 with Release 41 Important Split for Users Choose to actualize FRBR Choose to overlook FRBR Have a blended list with FRBR records and non-FRBR records

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Virtua and FRBR MARC based framework Mapping from customary classifying to FRBR One record to three connected records Work, Expression, Manifestation Initial mapping done autonomously by LC (Tom Delsey) and by VTLS (John Espley) – there was little contrast

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Design Considerations in FRBR Design involves decisions; Good outline involves great decisions Five key inquiries Store FRBR records? Have an unadulterated or blended FRBRized list? What devices are expected to bolster classifying? How to show FRBR records? What elements would clients like?

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Design Considerations in FRBR Store FRBR Records (or FRBRize at show) ? Records are listed once surveyed ordinarily; FRBRizing at get to was not ideal Collocation was less demanding for put away FRBR records Validations checks for works, expressions and appearances was cleaner for put away records Cataloging was more straightforward and effortlessly comprehended

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Design Considerations in FRBR Have a Pure or Mixed FRBRized Catalog? Learns at VTLS and OCLC demonstrated that around 18% of inventory records would pick up by FRBRizing Pure inventories would be less demanding to show however would require more push to change over Mixed lists would take less overhead and accommodate slow (after some time) usage Mixed indexes would accommodate specific FRBRization if important

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Design Considerations in FRBR What Tools are Needed to Support Cataloging? FRBRize catch – changes over any record to FRBR Automatic connecting between W-E-M records Context delicate approval for W-E-M records Copying "entire" FRBR tree from list to inventory Analyze index for FRBR competitors Batch FRBRize the entire list (as in LC music) UnFRBRize records for conveyance & mistake amendment

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Design Considerations in FRBR How to Display FRBR Records? FRBR expandable tree structure Use of Icons FRBR turn around tree structure Music accumulations Bound with See illustrations that take after later

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Design Considerations in FRBR What Features Would Users Like? Record touchy showcases – standard records show distinctive shape FRBR show Collocation Multilingual get to in light of FRBR information Navigation – consequently invert tree Circulation holds at W-E-M levels

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FRBR Examples VTLS Implementation First FRBR client was UCL in 2003 VTLS keeps on making cases to exhibit the utilization of FRBR in library indexes Links to 12 cases on taking after slide The entire PowerPoint presentation can be found at: http://www.vtls.com/Corporate/FRBR.shtml

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FRBR Examples Click Corresponding catch for instance

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FRBR Implementation

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FRBR Demonstration Beethoven Example Search on Author Beethoven Select Symphonies no. 6 View record and notice FRBR progressive system Things to focus on now Notice the 001 and 004 labels Notice the 999 tag

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Beethoven Example Search for Beethoven

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Beethoven Example Select 6 th Symphony. (Could likewise choose 5 Beethoven and after that 6 th Symphony)

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Beethoven Example Result is a FRBR Work record. (Grow tree by tapping on the in addition to sign)

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Beethoven Example Tree is extended to show FRBR Expressions. The 004 tag is the 001 of the Work.

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Beethoven Example Expanding the tree again shows the FRBR Manifestations.

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VTLS FRBR Features Single database can have FRBR and non-FRBR records System is "mindful" of record sort and changes shows as required Display of FRBR records are in tree structure Local level fields have estimations of W, E, and M to demonstrate kind of FRBR record 001 and 004 utilized as connecting labels

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FRBR OPAC

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FRBR OPAC Screen catches of Virtua's Web OPAC, iPortal, are introduced to show client presentations of a FRBR inventory.

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FRBR OPAC Search by title

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FRBR OPAC Select 1 st passage in List

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FRBR OPAC Result is a short record show. Tap on FRBR tree

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FRBR OPAC Result is the FRBR tree with brief data from Work and Expressions

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FRBR OPAC Expression has been extended to show brief information from Manifestations

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FRBR OPAC Manifestation record with one owning organization

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FRBR OPAC Manifestation record with a few owning establishments

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FRBR Related Works and Super Works

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Work to Work Links "… when the alteration of a work includes a critical level of autonomous … exertion, the outcome is … another work ." FRBR, last report

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Work to Work Links Types of various works: Paraphrases Rewritings Adaptations for youngsters Musical minor departure from a subject Abstracts, condensations, and rundowns Adaptations starting with one shape then onto the next Dramatizations (book to film, play, and so on.) One realistic workmanship medium to another

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Super Work A Super (or Supra) Work is a record that has different works (sub works) identified with it For instance, the novel Beau Geste by P. C. Wren is one FRBR Work, and the few motion pictures that have been made from the book are additionally separate FRBR Works. The Super work is a fake creation that connections all these related cooperates

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Super Work The Work record for the " Super " Work of Beau Geste

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Super Work The tree extended to demonstrate the " sub works " of the Super Work The Work record for the novel (a sub work of the Super Work)

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Super Work The Work record for the 1939 motion picture (a sub work of the Super Work)

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Super Work The tree extended to demonstrate the Expression and Manifestations of the 1939 film The Expression record for the 1939 motion picture

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Super Work The 1926 motion picture additionally has two other sub works: music and a Program book The Work record for the 1926 motion picture

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Super Work The tree extended to demonstrate the Manifestations of the 1926 motion picture The Expression record for the 1926 motion picture

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Super Work The tree extended to demonstrate the Expression and Manifestations for the music (a sub work) of the 1926 motion picture The Manifestation record for the music of the1926 motion picture

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FRBR Circulation Requests

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Circulation Requests With a customary framework when you had different versions of a specific title (Work) you needed to place singular demands on every release (Manifestation). With a FRBR framework, you just need to put a demand at the Work or Expression level, and ANY thing of ANY Manifestation will fulfill the demand.

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Circulation Requests Search for the title Action and Passion by Percival Christopher Wren

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Circulation Requests The Work Record for Action and Passion

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Circulation Requests The Expression record with the tree Expanded to demonstrate various Manifestations. You couldn't care less which Manifestation you read. You simply need one.

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Circulation Requests The Manifestations in the following couple of illustrations demonstrate that things exist in various areas. This area is the Main Library.

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Circulation Requests This area is the Mann Library

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Circulation Requests This duplicate is in Green Valley

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Circulation Requests This Manifestation has two duplicates: One each in the Main and Law Libraries.

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Circulation Requests Instead of putting a Bib level demand at every Manifestation, put the demand on the Expression.

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Circulation Requests The Request " wizard " is conjured by tapping on the " Add " catch

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Circulation Requests Once the demand is made, whenever a qualifying thing is experienced, it will be caught. In this case, a thing is being released from dissemination.

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Circulation Requests The Circulation module reacts to the Check-in with a message that the thing has a demand on it

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Circulation Requests The Check-in window shows the things that have been checked in and their status

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Circulation Requests To confirm this is the right thing (in our FRBR ask for instance) we can either hunt down Action and Passion or right snap and select to see the thing record

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Circulation Requests The caught thing is for the title Action and Passion

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Circulation Requests We can take a gander at the FRBR bibliographic data by right clicking and selecting Bibliographic Record

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Circulation Requests The FBBR tree for Action and Passion with the Manifestation of the caught thing

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FRBR Serials

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example Atlantic Monthly Five Title Changes (1857, 1932, 1971, 1981, 1993) 11 Bibliographic Records in OCLC

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example Each of the five essential titles in the " family " of Atlantic Monthly is a " sub-work " under the Super Work

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example Each work has a connecting field, for example, Continues or …

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example Continued by

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example The Expression level record has fields for recurrence

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example This is the Manifestation level record which has data, for example, title, page, engraving, LCCN and ISSN

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example This is another Manifestation. For this situation, the microform version of the most recent incarnation of Atlantic Monthly is appeared.

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FRBR Serials (CR) Example The completely

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