Cataloging Relationships
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212 A g r e e m e n t s u p p l e m e n t s CAtAloging relAtionships mAp loCAtion G, 2 threAD loCAtions Pages 44, 53, 139 sCApe Entailment Mesh Cataloging Relationships Massive Scale Evolution of Integrated Library Systems Information Organization Death of Documents will influence will influence will be translated as influenced by influences Author R. David Lankes Agreement DesCription Much of the reasoning and ideas for cataloging relationships is well covered in the Threads. The underlying technologies to do so are not. There is an active set of projects, communities, and research going into building the necessary infrastructure for this work. Most of it falls under the rubric of the semantic web. Although not all the concepts of the semantic web are in line with new librarianship (there seems to be a much more optimistic vision of data without context), the standards being put forth such as the Resource Description Framework (RDF) and registries and service-oriented architectures hold great promise. relAteD ArtiFACts Main Page. (n.d.). In Semantic Web. Retrieved from http://semanticweb.org/wiki/ Main_Page. OWL 2. (n.d.). In Semantic Web. Retrieved from http://semanticweb.org/wiki/OWL. RDF. (n.d.). In Semantic Web. Retrieved from http://semanticweb.org/wiki/RDF. Figure 99 ...



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  • Library science -- Philosophy.
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