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Bibliographical references

This is part of the submitted UseCaseList.


A description of the scenario that you have in mind.

Independent BibRef search - The user interacts with the bibliographical database like with any other libary digital catalogue - search by keywords, topics, authors, titles, imprints, years of publication, ...

Integrated BibRef support - The user is in the databases, in the cartography or in the expertise areas of the workspace and the machine provides him with the opportunity to get BibRef data about the DB or GIS data he has in that moment on the screen. Says he looks a paper file and sees 'used in Venice', he click on the BibRef link behind 'Venice' and gets BibRef on any publication having something to do with Venice.


How important do you see this use case as?

  • Must support


What other use cases are affected by the implementation of this one?

  • Databases usability / db integration / dating / authentication / cartography / bibliography


Things that the user must/might supply to the system.

  • Independent
    • geographical keywords, subjects, topics, authors, titles, imprints, years of publication, ...

  • Integrated
    • A click on the data (geographical keywords, subjects, topics) he/she wants BibRef about


Things that the user will recieve in response to their request.

  • Depending on the layout of the actual page, the machine can provide the user with BibRef in form of a link to the exhaustive data in the bibliographical database, with a short list of hyperlinked titles, or floating layers (over maps).


Areas in which you foresee problems/issues arising.

  • issues with the classification system in the DB


An example supporting this use case.

  • WWW-OPACs, search engines

Other Information

Any other information that you think is important to include.

  • Fields provided by the bibliographical database:
    • WM type
    • paper grade
    • place, river, area names
    • names of individuals
    • company or associations names
    • topics keywords
    • combination of above with boolean operators


Comment from other partner regarding the use case.

  • ...

-- MathiasManecke - 26 Sep 2006

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