ISBD and RDA - Gordon Dunsire

Report
Semantic interoperability of
library linked data: ISBD and RDA
Gordon Dunsire, Françoise Leresche, Mirna Willer
Presented at Libraries In the Digital Age (LIDA) 2012
Zadar, Croatia, 18 - 22 June 2012
Overview
• Confusing range of physical and digital
information objects
• General Material Designation
• Opportunity for review with development of RDA
and ISBD consolidated edition
• RDA/ONIX Framework
• Hub architecture: ISBD & RDA
• RDF representations of RDA & ISBD
• Utility for resource discovery
Media explosion
GMD
General Material
Designation
Anglo-American
Cataloguing
Rules, 2nd edition
List 1 (United Kingdom)
List 2 (Everyone else)
braille
activity card
cartographic material
art original
ISBD 1977electronic resource
art
reproduction
Type
of content
material
graphic “The purpose of the general
braille
manuscriptdesignation is to indicate,
cartographic
material
in
general
microform
chart
terms and at an early
point
the
motion picture
diorama
Form
of in
carrier
multimedia
electronic resource
description,
the
class
of materials to
music
filmstrip
object
flash card
which the publication
belongs.”
sound recording
game
text
kit
videorecording
manuscript
…
Evolution
AACR2
AACR3
RDA
RDA/ONIX
Framework
resource description and access
Content &
Media/Carrier types
International Standard Bibliographic Description
ISBDs
ISBD
consolidated
Area 0
Content &
Media types
RDA/ONIX Framework
RDA
ONIX
Workshop, London, 2006
Online Information Exchange:
Publishing industry metadata
Attributes of content and carrier
Primary values for key attributes
Methodology for constructing categories
on a common & interoperable basis
Example: RDA content type
Character:
“language”
Sensory mode:
“hearing”
Image dimensionality:
“not applicable”
Image movement:
“not applicable”
Base content type:
“spoken word”
Mapping to the Framework
Example: ISBD content form “spoken word”
Definition: “content expressed through the
sound of the human voice talking; examples
include talking books, radio broadcasts, oral
history recordings, and audio recordings of
plays, whether recorded in analogue or digital
format”
Other sources of information include scope
notes and semantic domain and range
constraints
Example: ISBD content form
“izgovorena riječ”
= “spoken [email protected]
Base content type!
Character:
“language”
Sensory mode:
“hearing”
Image dimensionality:
“not applicable”
Image movement:
“not applicable”
Framework as hub
RDA
“spoken word”
Ch:“language”
SM:“hearing”
ID:“not applicable”
ISBD
“spoken word”
IM:“not applicable”
Ch:“language”
“tactile text”
SM:“touch”
ID:“not applicable”
IM:“not applicable”
Sensory specification
qualifier
“text”
+ “(tactile)”
Utility: Query filter
Find resources with content that is accessed by hearing
Filter resources with content type mapped to
Sensory mode=“Hearing”
Resource 1
Resource 2
isbd:”has content form”
isbd: “spoken word”
isbd:”has content form”
isbd: “sounds”
rof:”has
sensory
mode”
rof: “hearing”
Resource 3
Resource 4
rda:”content type”
rda:”content type”
rda: “spoken word”
rda: “performed music”
Thank you!
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
ISBD namespace
– http://iflastandards.info/ns/isbd/
• RDA namespace
– http://rdvocab.info/
Acknowledgements
• TDK cassette tape image
– http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:GRAHAMUK

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