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FRBR and FRAD as Implemented in RDA. Presentation given at the ALCTS Preconference RDA, FRBR, and FRAD: Making the Connection July 10, 2009 by Tom Delsey. RDA Design Objectives.

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Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

FRBR and FRADas Implemented in RDA

Presentation given at the ALCTS Preconference

RDA, FRBR, and FRAD: Making the Connection

July 10, 2009

by

Tom Delsey


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Design Objectives

  • Consistent, flexible, and extensible framework for the description of all types of resources and all types of content

  • Compatible with internationally established principles, models, and standards

  • Adaptable to the needs of a wide range of resource description communities


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Aligning RDA with FRBR and FRAD

  • Organizational structure of RDA

  • RDA element set

  • Categorization of resources

  • Implementation scenarios


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Structure

FRBR/FRAD Attributes

FRBR/FRAD Relationships

1. Attributes of Manifestation and Item

2. Attributes of Work and Expression

3. Attributes of Person, Family, and Corporate Body

4. Attributes of Concept*, Object*, Event*, and Place

5. Primary Relationships

6. Relationships to Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies Associated with a Resource

7. Subject Relationships*

8. Relationships between Works, Expressions, Manifestations, and Items

9. Relationships between Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies

10. Relationships between Concepts*, Objects*, Events*, and Places*


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Alignment with FRBR/FRAD User Tasks

  • Attributes of Manifestation and Item

    • Identifying Manifestations and Items = find / identify

    • Describing Carriers = select

    • Providing Acquisition and Access Information = obtain

  • Attributes of Work and Expression

    • Identifying Works and Expressions = find / identify

    • Describing Content = select


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Element Set

  • Alignment of RDA elements with FRBR/FRAD attributes and relationships

  • RDA element sub-types and sub-elements

  • RDA extensions to FRBR/FRAD


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Alignment of RDA Elements with FRBR Attributes

FRBR attributes

RDA elements


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Element Sub-types

FRBR attribute

RDA element and element sub-types


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Sub-elements

FRBR attribute

RDA element and sub-elements


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Alignment with FRBR/FRAD Relationships

FRBR/FRAD relationship

RDA elements


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Extensions to FRBR

  • Additional elements

    • Production method

    • Layout

    • Form of notation

  • Extended scope of elements

    • Generation – microform, projected media + audio, digital

    • Scale – cartographic content + still image, three-dimensional form

  • Additional element sub-types

    • Video characteristics – + broadcast standard

    • Digital file characteristics – + regional encoding, transmission speed


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Categorization of resources

  • Media type (audio, computer, microform, video, etc.)

    • FRBR categories: sound recording, electronic resource, microform, video projection, etc.

  • Carrier type (audio disc, audio reel, audio tape, etc.)

    • FRBR attribute: form of carrier

  • Content type (notated music, text, spoken word, still image, etc.)

    • FRBR attribute: form of expression

  • Mode of issuance (multipart monograph, serial, integrating resource)

    • FRBR attributes: intended termination / extensibility / revisability


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

RDA Implementation Scenarios

  • Designed to be compatible with MARC 21

    • Assumption: most libraries creating RDA data are currently using an ILS that imports/exports data in MARC 21

  • Aligned with FRBR and FRAD models

    • Assumption: libraries will begin migrating to a new generation of systems using database structures reflecting entity-relationship models


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Linked bibliographic and authority records

NAME AUTHORITY RECORD

100 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

400 $a Variant name for the person

500 $a Preferred name for the person $c Title of the person

$0 Identifier for the person

1

BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD

NAME-TITLE AUTHORITY RECORD

2

100 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

240 $a Preferred title for the work $l Language of expression

245 $a Title proper $c Statement of responsibility relating to title proper

250 $a Designation of edition

260 $a Place of publication $b Publisher’s name $c Date of publication

300 $a Extent

338 $a Carrier type

500 $a Nature of the content

700 $a Preferred name for the person $c Title of the person

$e Relationship designator

700 $a Preferred name for the person $c Profession or occupation

$e Relationship designator

730 $a Preferred title for the work $d Date of work

740 $a Variant title

100 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

$t Preferred title for the work $l Language of expression

530 $a Preferred title for the work $d Date of work

$0 Identifier for the work

3

NAME AUTHORITY RECORD

100 $a Preferred name for the person $c Title of the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

500 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

$0 Identifier for the person

NAME AUTHORITY RECORD

HOLDINGS RECORD

100 $a Preferred name for the person $c Profession or occupation

400 $a Variant name for the person

506 $a Restrictions on access

561 $a Custodial history of item

562 $a Item-specific carrier characteristic

TITLE AUTHORITY RECORD

130 $a Preferred title for the work $d Date of work

500 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

$t Preferred title for the work $l Language of expression

$0 Identifier for the work


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

1

BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD

100 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

240 $a Preferred title for the work $l Language of expression

245 $a Title proper $c Statement of responsibility relating to title proper

250 $a Designation of edition

260 $a Place of publication $b Publisher’s name $c Date of publication

300 $a Extent

338 $a Carrier type

500 $a Nature of the content

700 $a Preferred name for the person $c Title of the person

$e Relationship designator

700 $a Preferred name for the person $c Profession or occupation

$e Relationship designator

730 $a Preferred title for the work $d Date of work

740 $a Variant title

2

3


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

NAME-TITLE AUTHORITY RECORD

2

100 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

$t Preferred title for the work $l Language of expression

530 $a Preferred title for the work $d Date of work $0 Identifier for the work


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

3

NAME AUTHORITY RECORD

100 $a Preferred name for the person $c Title of the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

500 $a Preferred name for the person $d Date of birth

$0 Identifier for the person


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

Relational / object-oriented database structure

1

MANIFESTATION RECORD

245 $a Title proper

740 $a Variant title

245 $c Statement of responsibility relating to title proper

250 $a Designation of edition

260 $a Place of publication

260 $b Publisher’s name

260 $c Date of publication

338 $a Carrier type

300 $a Extent

4

REGISTRATION RECORD

(PERSON)

100 $a Preferred name for the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

100 $d Date of birth

500 $0 Related person

2

WORK RECORD

work embodied

100 $t Preferred title for the work

500 $a Nature of the content

100 $0 Person associated with the work

$e Relationship designator

700 $0 Person associated with the work

$e Relationship designator

530 $0 Relatedwork

REGISTRATION RECORD

(PERSON)

100 $a Preferred name for the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

100 $c Title of the person

500 $0 Related person

expression of work

3

EXPRESSION RECORD

expression embodied

REGISTRATION RECORD

(PERSON)

240 $l Language of expression

700 $0 Person associated with the expression

$e Relationship designator

exemplar of manifestation

100 $a Preferred name for the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

100 $c Profession or occupation

ITEM RECORD

561 $a Custodial history of item

562 $a Item-specific carrier characteristic

506 $a Restrictions on access

WORK RECORD

130 $a Preferred title for the work

130$d Date of work

500 $0 Relatedwork


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

1

MANIFESTATION RECORD

245 $a Title proper

740 $a Variant title

245 $c Statement of responsibility relating to title proper

250 $a Designation of edition

260 $a Place of publication

260 $b Publisher’s name

260 $c Date of publication

338 $a Carrier type

300 $a Extent

work embodied

2

expression embodied

3


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

2

WORK RECORD

100 $t Preferred title for the work

500 $a Nature of the content

100 $0 Person associated with the work

$e Relationship designator

700 $0 Person associated with the work

$e Relationship designator

530 $0 Relatedwork

4

expression of work

3


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

3

EXPRESSION RECORD

100 $l Language of expression

700 $0 Person associated with the expression

$e Relationship designator


Frbr and frad as implemented in rda

REGISTRATION RECORD

(PERSON)

4

100 $a Preferred name for the person

400 $a Variant name for the person

100 $d Date of birth

500 $0 Related person


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