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CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo:

An Integrated View
of Museum and Library Information
Patrick Le Bœuf
National Library of France (BnF)
1...
Museums and libraries

akin but different…

mostly unique objects

mostly copies of publications

 How could they coopera...
Museums and libraries

different but akin…

also non-unique objects

also unique objects

… and interrelated objects
Museums and libraries
•  It does make sense to strive to make
museums’ and libraries’ databases
interoperable through a c...
A striking coincidence

• 1998: release of a
preliminary version of
CIDOC CRM by
ICOM CIDOC

• 1997: FRBR model
approved b...
FRBR: A Family of Models
• 1998: Functional Requirements for
Bibliographic Records, FRBR
• 2009: Functional Requirements f...
CIDOC CRM
• In the meantime, in museums…
 1995: development of ICOM’s CIDOC CRM
ICOM: International Council of Museums
C...
FRBR/CIDOC CRM
Harmonisation Group
• Formed 2003
• Representatives from
 IFLA FRBR Review Group
 CIDOC CRM SIG

• Object...
How?
• Early decision: CIDOC CRM as reference point
• ‘Translate’ FRBR into the CIDOC CRM formalism
• Examine each attribu...
FRBR + CIDOC CRM = FRBROO
• 2003: International Working Group on
FRBR and CIDOC CRM Harmonization
• 2009: FRBROO version 1...
What does FRBROO cope with?
• As an extension of CIDOC CRM, any type of item
that is likely to be found in a museum:
 pai...
How to use FRBROO?
• FRBROO is an extension of CIDOC CRM
 CIDOC CRM is a standalone model
 FRBROO cannot be used without...
How to use FRBROO?
• Labels are but labels
 The codes are the genuine identifiers of
classes and properties
 Labels may ...
An Example
Stage
model
for:
Title: Ai amor sem pés nem cabeça
Performance of: Anonymous texts from 18th century
Stage dire...
How FRBROO models a stage model
[Teatro do Bairro
Alto (Lisbon)]

[From 30 May 2013
to 30 June 2013]

E53 Place

E52 Time-...
Transforming FRBR into FRBROO

WHO USES FRBROO?
Taiwan E-Learning and Digital Archives Program (TELDAP)
Example of a query that can be answered through FRBROO:

‘Who wrot...
Already uses the CIDOC CRM
Is interested in the potential of FRBROO
In France
• ABES (Bibliographic Agency for Higher Education):
experimentation with an RDF ontology based on FRBROO:

• BnF...
A few words to conclude
• FRBROO has a huge potential for the future

 Reuse of library info in museums and vice-versa
 ...
CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information
CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information
CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information
CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information
CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information
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Presentation given on the occasion of the Conference "Encontro de outono: sistemas de informação em museus: estado da arte em Portugal" organized jointly by ICOM-Portugal and BAD (Associação portuguesa de bibliotecários, arquivistas e documentalistas)

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CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: an Integrated View of Museum and Library Information

  1. 1. CIDOC CRM+FRBRoo: An Integrated View of Museum and Library Information Patrick Le Bœuf National Library of France (BnF) 11 November 2013 Conference organized by Associação portuguesa de bibliotecários, arquivistas e documentalistas and ICOM-Portugal
  2. 2. Museums and libraries akin but different… mostly unique objects mostly copies of publications  How could they cooperate (at least as far as cataloguing is concerned)?
  3. 3. Museums and libraries different but akin… also non-unique objects also unique objects … and interrelated objects
  4. 4. Museums and libraries •  It does make sense to strive to make museums’ and libraries’ databases interoperable through a common conceptual model
  5. 5. A striking coincidence • 1998: release of a preliminary version of CIDOC CRM by ICOM CIDOC • 1997: FRBR model approved by IFLA
  6. 6. FRBR: A Family of Models • 1998: Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, FRBR • 2009: Functional Requirements for Authority Data, FRAD • 2011: Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data, FRSAD • 2014: on the agenda: a single model merging FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD
  7. 7. CIDOC CRM • In the meantime, in museums…  1995: development of ICOM’s CIDOC CRM ICOM: International Council of Museums CIDOC : International Committee for Documentation CRM: Conceptual Reference Model  2000: formation of CIDOC CRM SIG (Special Interest Group)  2006: CIDOC CRM published as ISO 21127  Today: refinements still being made in the CIDOC CRM + extensions for specific domains (CRMdig, CRMarchaeo…)
  8. 8. FRBR/CIDOC CRM Harmonisation Group • Formed 2003 • Representatives from  IFLA FRBR Review Group  CIDOC CRM SIG • Objective: develop a unified model for descriptions of both unique and nonunique objects
  9. 9. How? • Early decision: CIDOC CRM as reference point • ‘Translate’ FRBR into the CIDOC CRM formalism • Examine each attribute and relationship defined in FRBR • Find equivalents in CIDOC CRM • Where no equivalent, declare new subclasses and subproperties • Refine FRBR notions deemed too vague • Add some new classes and properties to CIDOC CRM
  10. 10. FRBR + CIDOC CRM = FRBROO • 2003: International Working Group on FRBR and CIDOC CRM Harmonization • 2009: FRBROO version 1.0 (bibliographic data only) • 2014: FRBROO version 2.0 (bibliographic + authority data)
  11. 11. What does FRBROO cope with? • As an extension of CIDOC CRM, any type of item that is likely to be found in a museum:  paintings  drawings  art prints… • … plus most types of items found in libraries:     physical copies of a publication (books, CDs, DVDs, maps…) publications abstract content of publication performances… • … plus the content of authority files:  information about persons,  corporate bodies,  topics…
  12. 12. How to use FRBROO? • FRBROO is an extension of CIDOC CRM  CIDOC CRM is a standalone model  FRBROO cannot be used without CIDOC CRM • FRBROO is a reformulation of FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD  Although this is not a requirement, it is recommended to be familiar with the original FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD
  13. 13. How to use FRBROO? • Labels are but labels  The codes are the genuine identifiers of classes and properties  Labels may be misleading  All the intended meaning of classes and properties is conveyed by scope notes  Reading (and understanding) the scope notes is a requirement
  14. 14. An Example Stage model for: Title: Ai amor sem pés nem cabeça Performance of: Anonymous texts from 18th century Stage director: Luis Miguel Cintra Stage designer: Cristina Reis Costume designer: Cristina Reis Performers: Teatro da Cornucópia Venue: Lisbon, Teatro do Bairro Alto, 30 May-30 June 2013
  15. 15. How FRBROO models a stage model [Teatro do Bairro Alto (Lisbon)] [From 30 May 2013 to 30 June 2013] E53 Place E52 Time-Span F20 Performance [concepts of the show titled Work Ai amor sem pés nem cabeça] P7 took place at (witnessed) R12 is realised in (realises) P4 has time-span (is time-span of) [run of performances] [set of instructions followed by the performers] F25 Performance R25 performed Plan (was performed in) P69 is associated with {scenery} E29 Design or Procedure [features of Cristina Reis's stage model] P20 had specific purpose (was purpose of) P69.1 has type E55 Type F31 Performance E12 Production P33 used specific technique (was used by) [construction of scenery] P128 carries E24 Physical Man-Made Object [Cristina Reis's stage model]
  16. 16. Transforming FRBR into FRBROO WHO USES FRBROO?
  17. 17. Taiwan E-Learning and Digital Archives Program (TELDAP) Example of a query that can be answered through FRBROO: ‘Who wrote an article about an object displayed in an international exhibition in Germany?’
  18. 18. Already uses the CIDOC CRM Is interested in the potential of FRBROO
  19. 19. In France • ABES (Bibliographic Agency for Higher Education): experimentation with an RDF ontology based on FRBROO: • BnF: a project (in its infancy) to develop an RDF ontology based on FRBROO • Plans for collaboration between the two agencies
  20. 20. A few words to conclude • FRBROO has a huge potential for the future  Reuse of library info in museums and vice-versa  Imagine applications making the best of these two worlds • But…  Lack of critical mass so far  Lack of really cross-domain experiments • FRBROO and CIDOC CRM are often said to be ‘too complex’ to be practical…  I loathe so-called ‘simplifications.’ They always result in huge complications on the long-term…

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