The realm of conceptual modeling of the bibliographic universe presents another view of the theoretical foundations of bibliographic relationships as reflected in cataloging rules and practices. Linking devices used to indicate bibliographic relationships in past and present catalogs will continue to evolve with changes in technologies that are used to create catalogs.
- Primary Relationship
- Corporate Body
- Bibliographic Record
- Content Relationship
- Library Catalog
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Tillett, B.B. (2001). Bibliographic Relationships. In: Bean, C.A., Green, R. (eds) Relationships in the Organization of Knowledge. Information Science and Knowledge Management, vol 2. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-9696-1_2
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