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Modeling the relationship between scientific and bibliographic classification for music

Deborah Lee, Lyn Robinson, David Bawden
2018 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
ORCID: 0000-0001-5202-8206 and Bawden, D. ORCID: 0000-0002- 0478-6456 (2018). Modelling the relationship between scientific and bibliographic classification for music.  ...  Causation and the idea of influence between scientific and bibliographic classifications for music are unpicked.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers and the article's editor, Prof. Birger Hjørland, for their detailed, insightful and constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.24120 fatcat:vrtflhk3tnfphgm3s4itx3vlmm

Operatic Knowledge Organisation: An Exploration of the Domain and Bibliographic Interface in the Classification of Opera Subgenres [chapter]

Deborah Lee, Lyn Robinson, David Bawden
2020 Knowledge Organization at the Interface  
A model is proposed which considers the classification of opera subgenres on two planes, combining the web of relationships between subgenres (inter-subgenre plane) with the categorisation of the subgenre's  ...  The treatment of opera subgenres in eight bibliographic classifications is examined, where it is found to both reflect the disarray of the music domain and offer distinct discords.  ...  This comparison is aided by utilising the idea of accords and discords, from the framework of relationships between scientific and bibliographic classifications, developed in Lee, Robinson and Bawden (  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956507762-226 fatcat:rhvxrmzuobb5xbtfdjc6j64kgy

Phylomemetics as a framework for bibliographic synthesis

Alex Mayhew
2022 Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS / Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI  
The description of texts based on their title, author, publisher, and with appeals toauthority records, has been a cornerstone of bibliographic description as practiced in librarycatalogues.  ...  What is needed is a framework for synthesizing a diversityof descriptions into the catalogue.  ...  Music Basic Concepts In the domain of music Szostak and Smiraglia are creating the Basic Concepts Classification (Szostak & Smiraglia, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.29173/cais1267 fatcat:metmtnj6kffbhn6hfngid7mafm

Scientific Models as Works

Anita S. Coleman
2002 Cataloging & Classification Quarterly  
It discusses how bibliographic families of models may better reflect disciplinary intellectual structures and relationships, thereby providing information retrieval that is reflective of human information  ...  This paper examines important artifacts of scientific research, namely models. It proposes that the representations of scientific models be treated as works.  ...  The sum of these subject relationships is referred to as ideational relationships in works or as scientific model relationships and can be expressed through controlled value lists and classification schemes  ... 
doi:10.1300/j104v33n03_07 fatcat:p54ijkn7avawfca3jnbvlogvwe

Classification Transcends Library Business

Claudio Gnoli
2010 Knowledge organization  
I suggest that such relationships between the bibliographical and the objects should not be viewed as accidental, but as important clues on the general nature of classification.  ...  Indeed, bibliographic and scientific classifications are sometimes considered together as a topic (Kyle 1962) .  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2010-3-223 fatcat:un2zwpa7cfgzrg45iub7pzrjte

Page 48 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 7 [page]

1994 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Original abstract ( 9407189 Systems modelling for classification: the quest for self- organization. H. Lockenhoff. Knowledge Organization, 21 (1) 1994, p.12-23. refs.  ...  Advanced understanding of such modelling appears as a challenge and a chance for the future design of dynamic, learning classification schemes, evolving —— with the systems they represent, as well as with  ... 


Luiz Guilherme Marques, Patrícia dos Anjos Braga Sá dos Santos
2022 International journal for innovation education and research  
For the development of the digital solution, we used the methodologies of the Essential Competencies of Information Design (Simlinger, 2007) and Project E by Meurer & Szabluk (2010).  ...  video editing, and a music tracks search tool, according to the listed concepts.  ...  universe of the research problem, establishing the connection between the real world, the scientific environment, and the development of solutions, we used scientific methodology, classification and research  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol10.iss1.3612 fatcat:bcov7bil2jfkbiqopo3e6bmzc4

The State of the Art in Music Education Research in Brazil

Cristina Rolim Wolffenbüttel, Romeu Riffatti, Guilherme Da Silva Ramos
2019 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
Among the results, it was observed that the themes of research in Music Education have been diversified, presenting a strong relationship with the political and educational issues involved and which underlie  ...  The reason for this dating lies on the fact that in 2006 a process was started for the insertion of music in schools, through Bill No. 330, culminating in Law No. 11.769/2008, which provides for the obligation  ...  Rio Grande do Sul Research Support Foundation (FAPERGS), National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). International Journal of Social Science Studies Vol. 8, No. 1; 2020  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v8i1.4626 fatcat:as5zhpu4tnevje4slxfniqs54y

FRBRization of a Library Catalog: Better Collocation of Records, Leading to Enhanced Search, Retrieval, and Display

Timothy J. Dickey
2008 Information Technology and Libraries  
The Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR)'s hierarchical system defines families of bibliographic relationship between records and collocates them better than most extant bibliographic  ...  has proven its advantages for fine arts, theology, and literature—the bulk of the non-science, technology, and mathematics collections.  ...  the group's deliberations and the Final Report is to present a model for understanding bibliographic entities and the relationships between them to support information organization tools.  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v27i1.3260 fatcat:f4tgsidahjfqhlfcyb7w23vjaa

The Publication of a Knowledge Organization Classification System as a Linked Data Vocabulary

Olga Lavrenova, Vasily Pavlov
2017 International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries  
The report presents an implementation of the Russian Library Bibliographic Classification as a Networked Knowledge Organization System.  ...  The RSL General Classified Catalog was selected as the main source of data for the Classification system.  ...  The structure features of classification data There are three main differences between our classification model and other classification models that exist in LOD: 1) As already pointed out earlier our  ... 
dblp:conf/ercimdl/LavrenovaP17 fatcat:yrzaul4rfrbybpayctvoidnaum

Srečanje direktorjev ISSN-centrov

Andreja Krajnc Vobovnik
2012 Organizacija znanja  
■ subject heading(s) and/or classification number(s) for the principal subject(s) of the work(s) 7.1.4 works in a given series ■ relationship between the series and the work ■ heading for the series ■  ...  responsibility for the work ■ relationship(s) between the concept(s), etc. that is (are) the subject and the work(s) embodied in the manifestation ■ subject heading(s) and/or classification number(s) for  ...  A whole/part relationship (e.g., the relationship between a work and the series to which the work belongs, or between a dependent part of a work and its parent work) is a requirement for a basic level  ... 
doi:10.3359/oz1201038 fatcat:o6zsmcldybggjgdvuesn74navi

Positioning Libraries for a New Bibliographic Universe

Kristin E. Martin, Kavita Mundle
2014 Library resources & technical services  
Explorations in the theory and practical applications of the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), upon which RDA is organized, are also heavily represented.  ...  This paper surveys the English-language literature on cataloging and classification published during 2011 and 2012, covering both theory and application.  ...  The authors wish to thank the Association for Library Collections and Techni-  ... 
doi:10.5860/lrts.58n4.233 fatcat:4uhf4wnlsvfv5ghhss32z43h6e

Is classification necessary after Google?

Birger Hjørland
2012 Journal of Documentation  
The new trend of evidence based practice (EBP) is seen as an argument why classification is still necessary for scientific documentation, and the basic epistemological positions (empiricism, rationalism  ...  This presentation considers the nature of classification and the challenges that bibliographical faces in the digital age both in library practice and in information retrieval theory.  ...  (or the object structures in an object-oriented database), and the relationships between concepts can all be traced back to (or defined in terms of) an entity-relationship model […] Such a model is an  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220411211225557 fatcat:l7sqofin7jdchlmlbexqwe3ciu

Introduction to Cataloging and Classification

Shawne D. Miksa
2017 Cataloging & Classification Quarterly  
separate models for specific aspects of the bibliographic universe.  ...  scientific works.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01639374.2017.1321077 fatcat:nuzbywsj7bdnjl2njgnsihgqiq


Richard P. Smiraglia
2019 Knowledge organization  
FRBRoo provides an empirically more precise model of work entities as informing objects and a schema for their representation in knowledge organization systems.  ...  The problem for information retrieval is to simultaneously collocate and disambiguate large sets of instantiations.  ...  The FRBR conceptual model and RDA FRBR (IFLA 1998) sets out an entity-relationship model for the bibliographic record that separates the inventory functions of the catalog that are item-based from the  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2019-4-308 fatcat:buohcpmfcbcojlfrjadxzklxkq
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