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    Title: 使用FRBR模式評量NBINet書目紀錄品質之研究
    Other Titles: Using FRBR to measure the quality of bibliographic records in NBINet
    Authors: 余怜縈;Yu, Ling-ying
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系碩士班
    陳和琴;Chen, Ho-chin
    Keywords: FRBR;NBINet;Bibliographic quality;FRBR;NBINet;Bibliographic quality
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:07:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以FRBR四個使用者工作(查尋、區辨、選擇、獲取)為基礎,並參考「NBINet合作編目書目資料處理原則」,設計一評量表,藉以檢視NBINet書目紀錄能否滿足使用者需求。研究方法採用文獻分析法與實證研究法。在文獻分析法中,研究者除了探討FRBR之概念、緣起、內容架構及其影響外,並歸納書目紀錄品質之意義與重要性,以探析NBINet品質之相關問題。在實證研究法中,本研究評量之樣本紀錄共861筆,資料類型限中文圖書。評量結果,於記述編目是否滿足使用者需求方面可達98﹪、主題編目達86﹪,至於整體表現則達94﹪。惟於記述編目部分,在217筆無法達到100﹪的紀錄中(約佔所有樣本紀錄的四分之一),平均每筆紀錄會因1.2個欄位的缺漏或錯誤而影響使用者工作。


    This study aims to use FRBR as a basis for scoring the quality of bibliographic records in NBINet. Besides discussing the concept, history, structure and what it affected of FRBR, the author also generalized the meaning and importance of bibliographic record quality, and concluded the status of the quality of NBINet. Documental analysis and empirical study are the main methodology of the study. In this study, 861 research sample records were randomly collected, and examined only the monographs in Chinese language. The statistics which emerged from the sample were arranged into a sample attributes score table and a sample record quality score table. Total average of quality score in descriptive cataloging was 98﹪, in subject cataloging was 86﹪, and overall quality score was 94﹪. Among descriptive cataloging part, 217 records would affect user tasks when imperfections and errors might occur in 1.2 fields of each record on average. The selection of 861 records which was used is very small compared to the number of those contained by the entire NBINet, but there were about one fourth would effect on the efficient of user tasks. Finally, based on the research findings, recommendations are offered as the improvement for relevant institutes.

    According to the results of the study, the conclusions are:
    1. It is feasible using FRBR user tasks to measure the quality of bibliographic records: FRBR maps attributes and relationships of records to user tasks and it assesses the value of those attributes relative to user tasks.
    2. It is feasible using FRBR entities/attributes to create a record quality checklist, but there are some restrictions when implementing it: after evaluating the mandatory elements of measuring NBINet, then using Tom Delsey’s report Functional Analysis of the MARC21 Bibliographic and Holdings Formats as a basis attribute/relationship values appropriate for the elements. When using the checklist, it is necessary to examine the calculation, since there might be significance information hiding beyond
    the high average that we need to review.
    3. Measuring the quality from aspect of user tasks, NBINet performed well as a whole. However, some errors and absences occurred in the records, which may prevent users from user tasks include to find, to identify, to select and to obtain.
    4. Adding CIP records into NBINet need to be revalued. According to the study, some CIP records couldn’t be merged, then duplicate records were created therefore. Furthermore, because of these CIP records couldn’t indicate the location of the item, that is useless for user to identify and to obtain.

    This study proposes some suggestions:
    1. National Central Library and Library Association of the Republic of China should work collaboratively to promote FRBR.
    2. NBINet should conduct continuing education programs, and all participated libraries may be required to attend.
    3. To improve the quality of NBINet some elements of Principles for Processing Bibliographic Data for the NBINet Joint Catalog should be revised.
    4. The participated libraries of NBINet should enforce maintaining and improving the quality of records.
    5. NBINet should reduce the duplicate records in the database.
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