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Consolidation of FRBR Family Models Focusing on FRBR Library Reference Model
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Consolidation of FRBR Family Models Focusing on FRBR Library Reference Model
Park, Zi-young;
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 Abstract
FRBR family models, which is published from 1998 to 2010, will be restructured in 2016 and the new name of the model is "FRBR Library Reference Model (LRM)." FRBR LRM is a consolidated model based on the legacy FRBR family of conceptual models - FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD and the two ontological models - FRBRCore and FaBio, as well as FRBRoo, the cooperated model with museum field. In this study, therefore, FRBR LRM is analyzed in respect to background information, characteristics of the model, such as user tasks, entities, attributes, and relationships. Experimental adaptation to for the LRM's entities and relationships is also conducted. Through this test, the differences between the original models and the consolidated model was reviewed and the applicability of the FRBR LRM model to the semantic web is also discussed. From now on, we have to select and modify among the various FRBR related models to meet our information needs. It will be difficult to find only one Implementation Methodology for every information needs.
 Keywords
FRBR Family Models;FRBR;FRAD;FRSAD;FRBRoo;Consolidated FRBR;FRBR Library Reference Model(FRBR LRM);
 Language
Korean
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