A bibliographic description contains these nine areas:
0. Content form and media type area
1. Title and statement of responsibility area
2. Edition area
3. Material or type of resource specific area
4. Publication, production, distribution, etc., area
5. Material description area
6. Series and multipart monographic resource area
7. Note area
8. Resource identifier and terms of availability area
For each area a hierarchical list of mandatory and optional elements are defined.
|Description||The meaning of the data object; relevant characteristics, refer to business objects if needed|
|Business Rules||Descriptive data should be based on an internationally agreed standard|
|Application components||The application components that are accessing the data object|
|Non-functional requirements||Compliance with International Standard Bibliographic Description (IFLA)|
The availability of an enterprise architecture - preferably as part of an enterprise repository - will impact the amount of work that must be invested in describing the business objects that matter to service solutions.
About the template: Data object template
This page is part of the requirements for a #2030Library - A global library for Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (and fighting the emergence of #AltFacts in public policy).
Other sub-sections under #lib07 - Livelihood and library data
Questions, answers and comments
To be completed.