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IFLA Library Reference Model translated into Hungarian

IFLA Library Reference Model has been translated into Hungarian. The translation was completed by Gazdag Tiborné, Dancs Szabolcs, and Ilácsa Szabina and is available off the IFLA LRM webpage. Read More

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  • 16 May 2019
  • By: Bibliographic Conceptual Models Review Group

IFLA Library Reference Model (LRM)

The model IFLA LRM is a high-level conceptual reference model developed within an entity-relationship modelling framework. It is the consolidation of the separately developed IFLA conceptual models: FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD. IFLA LRM was developed to resolve inconsistencies between the three separate models. Every user task, entity, attribute and relationship from the… Read More

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  • 22 May 2017

Definition of PRESSoo: A conceptual model for Bibliographic Information Pertaining to Serials and Other Continuing Resources

PRESSoo PRESSOO is a formal ontology designed to represent the bibliographic information about continuing resources, and more specifically about serials (journals, newspapers, magazines, etc.). It is an extension of the FRBRoo model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records – Object Oriented). FRBRoo is in turn is an extension… Read More

  • Publications
  • 22 May 2017
  • By: PRESSoo Review Group

PRESSoo

PRESSoo is a formal ontology designed to represent the bibliographic information about continuing resources, and more specifically about serials (journals, newspapers, magazines, etc.). It is an extension of the FRBRoo model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records – Object Oriented). FRBRoo is in turn an extension of CIDOC CRM, the… Read More

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  • 21 April 2016

IFLA’s Bibliographic Conceptual Models

Since the 1990s, IFLA has led the development of conceptual models for bibliographic data. FRBR, Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, was the first model published in 1998. FRBR provided a “’generalized” view of the bibliographic universe .. independent of any cataloguing code or implementation …” It enabled… Read More

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  • 14 December 2009

Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records

The FRBR Final Report was first published in print in 1998 by K.G. Saur as volume 19 of UBCIM publications, new series, as well as PDF and HTML files on the IFLA Web site. Current text Including amendments and corrections to date PDF (1.2 MB;… Read More

  • Publications
  • 14 April 2009
  • By: IFLA Study Group on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records