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Title: Be Careful What You Wish For: FRBR, Some Lacunae, A Review
Author: Smiraglia, Richard P.
Subjects: Catalog ; Works
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Cataloging & Classification Quarterly,

p.360368 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
The library catalog as a catalog of works
was an infectious idea, which together with research led to
reconceptualization in the form of the FRBR conceptual model. Two
categories of lacunae emerge—the expression entity, and gaps in the
model such as aggregates and dynamic documents. Evidence needed to
extend the FRBR model is available in contemporary research on
instantiation. The challenge for the bibliographic community is to
begin to think of FRBR as a form of knowledge organization system,
adding a final dimension to classification. The articles in the present
special issue offer a compendium of the promise of the FRBR

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Source: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
ISSN: 0163-9374 ;
E-ISSN: 1544-4554 ;


Law and Forensic Science, Volume 11

Materials from the 6th Annual International  Conference on Comparative Law

  1. Paolo Ciocia, Solidarity as Link Between Public and Private Law Regulations within the Legal System
  2. Xianchu Zhang, Uncertain Road of Private Law Development in China: Recent Civil Law Codification
  3. Wojciech Łukasik, Ośrodek podstawowej działalności dłużnika (COMI-Center of Main Interests) jako łącznik jurysdykcyjny w transgranicznych postępowaniach upadłościowych. Stan obecny i jego krytyka a nowa regulacja. (Center of Main Interests «COMI» as a jurisdictional link of cross-border insolvency proceedings. The present state and its criticism vs. new regulations.)
  4. Ivan Seheda, General Peculiarities of Joint Venture Agreements in the States of Maghreb (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia)
  5. Maciej Rzewuski, Das europäische Privattestament (European private testament)
  6. Damla Gürpınar, The Civil Liability for Damages from the Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in Turkish, German and Austrian Law
  7. Fatma Itır Bingöl, The Lex Mercatoria and its Role in Turkish Arbitration Law
  8. Said Edaich, Islamic Financial Contracts: New process of acculturation
  9. Alessandro Hirata, Roman and Neo-Babylonian Private Law in a Comparative Legal History Perspective
  10. Magdalena Rzewuska, Die Eurohypothek (Eurohypothec)
  11. Karolina Pasko, Gradual Convergence in the Field of Termination for Breach of Contract: A European Perspective
  12. Edyta Sokalska, Historical Background and the Main Ideas of the American Uniform Commercial Code of 1952
  13. Bronisław Sitek, Good Faith: Intersystemic Factor of Business Integration
  14. Irmina Miernicka, Interdisciplinary Approach to Labour Law – Necessity or Redundancy?
  15. Tereza Kyselovská, Interaction of Intellectual Property Rights and Private International Law. Need for a Common Approach and Solutions

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Law and Forensic Science, Volume 10

Materials from the 5th Annual International Conference on Comparative Law

  1. Rafał Mańko, The Use of Extra-Legal Arguments in the Judicial Interpretation of European Contract Law: A Case Study on Aziz v Catalunyacaixa (CJEU, 14 March 2013, Case C-415/11)
  2. Renata Świrgoń-Skok, The impact of consumer law towards domestic law in the example of the timesharing contract
  3. Sławomir Kursa, Contractual Set-off in Roman Law and in Polish Law
  4. Edyta Sokalska, Historical and Philosophical Background of the Code of Obligations of 1933
  5. Franz-Rudolf Herber, Property, Expropriation and Socialisation According to the German Constitution in the Light of the European Economic and Philosophical History
  6. Maciej Rzewuski, Der Erbvertrag – Bemerkungen de lege lata und de lege ferenda (Contracts of inheritance – remarks on the law as it stands and the law as it should stand)
  7. Jakub M. Łukasiewicz, Marek Antas, The character of alimony benefit of increment
  8. Magdalena Rzewuska, Vertrag über die Bestellung einer Hypothek – Anmerkungen de lega lata und de lege ferenda (Mortgage contract – remarks de lege lata and de lege ferenda)
  9. Małgorzata Lewandowska, Analysis of legislative lawlessness against comparative legal analysis
  10. Luigi Lai, State Law and New Policies for Funding of Science
  11. Joseph P Garske, Anglophone Legal Culture in the Global Age: Fundamental Aspects


  1. Sieńko J., Ossowski A., Piątek J., Kuś M., Zielińska G., Jałowińska K., Kotowski M., Kędzierska K., Sulikowski T., Ziętek Z., Tejchman K., Ostrowski M., Borowiak K., Parafiniuk M., Evaluation of microchimerism after transplanting sexually non-compliant kidneys on the basis of DNA tests performed with STR-PCR method from peripheral blood and urine
  2. Anna Małkowska, Halina Matsumoto, Mirosław Szutowski, Magdalena Bamburowicz-Klimkowski, Marcin Łukasik, Determination of Ethyl Glucuronide in Human Urine – Method and Clinical Application
  3. Henryk Malewski, International Scientific – Practical Conference “Criminalistics and Forensic Examination: Science, Studies, Practice”
  4. Bronisław Sitek, Peculium – the Beginnings of the Concept of Limited Liability in Civil Law

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