This presentation discusses the benefits of borrowing powerful ideas from the sciences – in order to improve the ability to discuss simple and complex arrangements of resources and their descriptions. Development and use of a FRBR paper tool for depicting and reasoning about complex resource description scenarios.
How do I determine whether the FRBR model is hierarchical – or not?
• Slides# 136-137 Presentation of the model in a standard modeling notation
• Slides# 123-152 explore the Group 1 entities
• Slides# 153-158 explore Group 1 entities, subjects and responsible parties
How do resource description diagrams relate to the catalog records we know and use?
• Slides# 194, 197, 200
How do resource description diagrams depict popular real-world resources? A large quantity of publications that feature the literary character Pippi Longstocking is depicted. Portions of this resource description network could be designated as aggregates at several levels.
• Slides# 245-275
How do resource description diagrams help to clarify what IFLA user actions afford for end-users?
• Slides# 276-283, 287-289
How do serial publications look from a network perspective? These slides are more informative if you call to mind the slides on hierarchical assumptions in the From “Moby-Dick” to Mash-Ups show.
• Slides# 326-340, 349-367