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目次

  • Chapter1 Introduction
    • 1.1 Catalogs and Their Design
    • 1.2 Conceptual Design and Modeling in Systems Development
    • 1.3 Design Methodology for Catalogs and Cataloging Rules
  • Chapter2 Literature Review
    • 2.1 Objectives and Functions of Catalogs
    • 2.2 Modeling of Bibliographic Universe and Records
    • 2.3 Analysis and Modeling of Bibliographic Relationships
    • 2.4 Objectives for Construction of Cataloging Codes
    • 2.5 Modeling of Cataloging Process
  • Chapter3 A Conceptual Model Giving Primacy to Text‐level Bibliographic Entity
    • 3.1 What Are ‘Text’and‘Expression’?
    • 3.2 Significance of Models Giving Primacy to Text‐level Entity
    • 3.3 Examining Typical Models Containing Text‐level Entity
    • 3.4 Defining Text‐level Entity and Other Entities
    • 3.5 Associating Attributes with Text‐level Entity
    • 3.6 Defining Relationships Between Instances of Text‐level Entity
    • 3.7 Creating Scenario on How Bibliographic Entities Are Used
    • 3.8 Showing Examples of Bibliographic Records in Line with Text‐prioritized Model
    • 3.9 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter4 Conceptual Modeling of Component Parts of Bibliographic Resources
    • 4.1 Significance of Modeling Component Parts and Types of Component Parts
    • 4.2 Modeling of Component Parts in FRBR
    • 4.3 Modeling of Component Parts in Text‐prioritized Model
    • 4.4 Examples of Bibliographic Records of Component Parts in Line with Text‐prioritized Model
    • 4.5 Modeling of Resources at Aggregate Level
    • 4.6 Discussion on Consistency in Conceptual Models
    • 4.7 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter5 Trial on Creation of Text‐level Entity Records from Pre‐existing MARC Records
    • 5.1 Two Methods of Creating Bibliographic Rccords in Accordance with Text‐prioritized Model
    • 5.2 Outline of Conversion Procedure from MARC Bibliographic Records
    • 5.3 Dividing MARC Bibliographic Records
    • 5.4 Merging Divided Records and Developing Relationships
    • 5.5 Prototype System for Retrieving and Displaying Records
    • 5.6 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter6 Relevant Projects and Discussions
  • Chapter7 Analysis of Requirements of Cataloging Rules by Use of Orientedness
    • 7.1 What Is‘Orientedness’?
    • 7.2 Assessment of Principles of Description in Terms of Orientedness
    • 7.3 Assessment of Principles of Access Points and Headings in Terms of Orientedness
    • 7.4 Investigation of Orientedness in AACR2 Descriptive Rules
    • 7.5 Identification of Alternative Rules for AACR2 Descriptive Rules with Their Orientedness
    • 7.6 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter8 Design of Cataloging Rules Using Conceptual Modeling of Cataloging Process
    • 8.1 Outline of Conceptual Design Procedure for Cataloging Rules
    • 8.2 Phase0:Specifying Requirements and Defining Cataloger Tasks
    • 8.3 Phase1:Building Core Model
    • 8.4 Phase2:Propagating Core Model and Defining Propagated Model by Choosing Event‐Action Pairs
    • 8.5 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter9 Application of Proposed Design Method:Issue of Recording Evidence in Bibliographic Records
    • 9.1 Aim of Recording Evidence
    • 9.2 Phase0:Specifying Requirements in Terms of Orientedness
    • 9.3 Phase1:Modifying Core Model by Adding Actions of Recording Evidence
    • 9.4 Examples of Recording Evidence
    • 9.5 Possible Usage of Recorded Evidence
    • 9.6 Chapter Conclusion
  • Chapter10 Conclusion
  • References
  • Index