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FRBR Workshop, May 2-4, 2005 Subjects in Fiction: the Experience with WorldCat Diane Vizine-Goetz OCLC Research Slide 2 FictionFinder Brings together expressions and manifestations for a given work for 2.6 million bibliographic records for fiction Uses existing bibliographic, authority, and holdings information The records are grouped at the work level using the OCLC FRBR Work-Set Algorithm Slide 3 OCLC FRBR Work-Set Algorithm A work set is a group of bibliographic records that has the same Author/Title key A key is generated for each bibliographic record Variant forms of names and titles are converted to established forms based on information in the OCLC authority file Keys are sorted and compared to form work sets Slide 4 Fiction Subset 2,665,662 WorldCat records (based on fiction indicator, text only) 1,758,479 work sets 1.5 records/set 3,866 sets have 20 records or more 50,540 sets have 5 records or more Slide 5 Family of Works OriginalRussian Translation Pop-up book Annotated edition Slide 6 Top Sets for Fiction (Records) RecordsKey 1,296defoe, daniel\1661 1731/robinson crusoe 1,267 carroll, lewis\1832 1898/alices adventures in wonderland 971 cervantes saavedra, miguel de\1547 1616/don quixote 828 stevenson, robert louis\1850 1894/treasure island 689 twain, mark\1835 1910/adventures of huckleberry finn 624 twain, mark\1835 1910/adventures of tom sawyer 618 swift, jonathan\1667 1745/gullivers travels Slide 7 Top Sets for Fiction (Holdings) HoldingsKey 29,043twain, mark\1835 1910/adventures of huckleberry finn 26,088carroll, lewis\1832 1898/alices adventures in wonderland 20,843twain, mark\1835 1910/adventures of tom sawyer 19,410defoe, daniel\1661 1731/robinson crusoe 18,566cervantes saavedra, miguel de\1547 1616/don quixote 18,492stevenson, robert louis\1850 1894/treasure island 18,123dickens, charles\1812 1870/christmas carol Slide 8 Buizza and Guerrini on Subjects (1) The subject belongs to the real world as a conceptual representation of the indexer, which represents the contents of the work in a summarized and formalised way. Buizza, Pino, and Mauro Guerrini. "A Conceptual Model for the New Soggettario: Subject Indexing in the Light of FRBR." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34 (2002): 31-45.. Slide 9 Slide 10 The subject is not an entity present in the work and extracted from it, nor is it a preconstructed entity which exists in its own right. It exists as a conceptual nucleus of information created in order to mediate between the theme developed in the work and the universe of cultural and informational discourses which originate the requests for bibliographical enquiries. Buizza and Guerrini on Subjects (2) Slide 11 What work has the following as subjects? Adventure and adventurers Animals Curiosity Decision making Dreams Fantasy Girls Illusion (Philosophy) Imagination Innocence (Psychology) Rabbits Slide 12 Alices adventures in wonderland Adventure and adventurers Animals Curiosity Decision making Dreams Fantasy Girls Illusion (Philosophy) Imagination Innocence (Psychology) Rabbits Slide 13 It is a logical entity which persists through the various relationships with diverse works, independent of the expressions and manifestations in which they occur, and allows us to recognise and relate the works which present the same basic theme and to distinguish them from those which develop different themes. Buizza and Guerrini on Subjects (3) Slide 14 Slide 15 Subject Entities Group3 Group 1 Group 2 Slide 16 Group 3 entities Additional entities 1 1 John Attig citing Tom Delsey Slide 17 Current Relationships Has as subjects Concept Object Event Place Additional Relationships Is Example of Form/Genre Covers/Depicts Place Time Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Group 3 entities Additional entities Slide 22 Slide 23 Summary Fiction genres Setting Subjects ???? Summary Is Example of Form/Genre Covers/Depicts Place Time Has as subjects Concept Object Event Place FictionFinder & FRBR Slide 24 Links and References John Attig. 2004. New ways of thinking about authority control http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litamembership/litaigs/autho rityalcts/FRBR.ppt http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litamembership/litaigs/autho rityalcts/FRBR.ppt Buizza, Pino, and Mauro Guerrini. "A Conceptual Model for the New Soggettario: Subject Indexing in the Light of FRBR." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34 (2002): 31- 45. http://www.haworthpressinc.com/web/CCQ/ OCLC Research: FRBR http://www.oclc.org/research/projects/frbr/ FictionFinder http://fictionfinder.oclc.org/