FRBR Abstraction Hierarchy Model (Composed of 3 groups of entities (Group…
Abstraction Hierarchy Model
FRBR stands for Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records
Composed of 3 groups of entities
The resources or the products of the artistic endeavour (e.g., publications).
"The specific intellectual or artistic form that a work takes each time it is 'realized.'"
Harry Potter written by J.K Rowling
"The physical embodiment of an expression of a work"
Any publication of the book. Example First edition, adult edition, audio edition
"a single exemplar of a manifestation"
The actual copy I have on the book shelf or the MP3,
"Distinct intellectual or artistic creation"
J.K Rowling thinking up the notion of story of Harry Potter
Relationships between the classes of the Group 1 entities
is realized through one or more
embodied in one or more
Manifestation are exemplified by one or more
Comprised of the entities responsible for
resources discussed in group 1
Consists of the entities of the subject
Groups 1 & 2
Recommendations created in 1998 by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Conceptual entity–relationship model
a cataloging standard