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  1. Anonymous said:

    In reading FRBR, it is very important to understand that the figures used are entity-relationship (ER) diagrams, not examples for OPAC displays. The figures illustrate the relationships between the FRBR entities, for the purpose of helping the information professional understand those relationships. (And by information professional, I don't mean the person at the desk involved in a

    February 22, 2012
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  2. Anonymous said:

    I apologize for the rather belated response. However, as one of the authors of the above mentioned research into mental models of the bibliogrpahic universe, I would like to clarify that there was no coaching regarding FRBR or the bibliographic universe involved. <br /><br />Jan Pisanski

    March 7, 2012
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  3. Thanks for your clarification. Perhaps my wording was not quite the best: a better word than &quot;coaching&quot; could be &quot;training.&quot; It just seemed to me that based on the subjects&#39; initial reactions, which seem very reasonable and valid to me, is that there are no mental models of the bibliographic universe among untrained persons. <br /><br />Also, my reply to Kevin&#39;s

    March 7, 2012
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