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    • OutlineFRBR family modelsFRSAD Entities Relationships Attributes ExamplesFRBR family models and RDA
    • FRBR “Family”Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (1998)  Focus on group 1 entities: work, expression, manifestation, item  FRBRFunctional Requirements for Authority Data (2009)  Focus on group 2 entities: person, corporate body, family  FRADFunctional Requirements for Subject Authority Data (2011)  Focus on group 3 entities: concept, object, event, place, plus groups 1 and 2  FRSAD
    • Subject Authority SystemsKnown as: Controlled vocabularies Structured vocabularies Concept schemes Knowledge organization systems
    • Who Uses Subject Authority Data?Vocabulary creatorsMetadata creatorsInformation intermediariesEnd-users
    • User TasksFindIdentifySelectExplore relationships
    • FRSAD’s Relationship to FRBR
    • DefinitionsThema – any entity used as a subject of a workNomen - any sign or sequence of signs (alphanumeric characters, symbols, sound, etc.) that a thema is known by, referred to, or addressed as
    • FRSAD Conceptual ModelA work can have many themasA thema may be the subject of many worksA thema may be represented by many nomensSome works have no themas
    • Thema-to-Thema RelationshipsHierarchical Partitive Generic InstanceAssociative
    • Partitive RelationshipsBody – Foot, Hand, Head, …Buildings –Basements, Chimneys, Garages…Cells – Cytoplasm, Centrosomes, …
    • GenericBaleen whales Right whales Rorquals Blue whales
    • Instance Palaces  Belweder (Warsaw, Poland)  Pałac Krasińskich (Warsaw, Poland)  Pałac Saski (Warsaw, Poland)
    • HierarchicalPractice of law is a broader term for Legal writing, which is a broader term for Legal correspondence
    • Associative RelationshipsSubject headings is associated with FRSAD (conceptual model)Medicine is associated with Physicians Medical sciences Pathology
    • EquivalencesEquivalences are nomens that are Replacements for Derived from Variant forms of other nomens.
    • Equivalences (cont.)Examples:AIDS (Disease) is equivalent to  Acquired immunological deficiency syndromeFRSAD (Conceptual model) is equivalent to  Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data (Conceptual model)Dogs is equivalent to  Dog  Domestic dog  Canis canis
    • FRSAD terms => LCSHEquivalences = UF (used for)Associative Relationships = RT (related terms)Hierarchical Relationships = BT, NT (broader and narrower terms)