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2000-05

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M. R. Kogalovsky

ABSTRACT

Collections of information resources are one of the major directions in the development of digital libraries, which have seen significant progress in recent years. Collections are the most common form in which information resources are organized in such systems. Due to the large potential of existing technologies and the diversity of information resources, the characteristics of collections vary greatly. Nevertheless, there are characteristics common for all collections, and they must be taken into account when developing a collection. In this paper, the methodology issues of collection development are considered. The paper explores the most important common properties of information resource collections; systematization techniques involved in creating collections; problems of the genesis of collections; the role of metadata; peculiarities of scientific collections, as well as promising information technologies and standards meant for the creation, support, and usage of collections. More... »

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140-155

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02759313

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