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Resolving Conflicts in MARC Exchange: The Structure and Impact of Local Options
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Information Technology and Libraries Volume 3, Number 3, ISSN 0730-9295

Abstract

Using a basic vocabulary and simple model, this paper discusses four options available at the level of the individual bibliographic database for resolving conflicts in MARC exchange: addition, deletion, modification, and superimposition. Costs and benefits of each option and impacts on MARC exchange are noted. (Fourteen references are cited.) (EJS)

Citation

Renaud, R. (1984). Resolving Conflicts in MARC Exchange: The Structure and Impact of Local Options. Information Technology and Libraries, 3(3), 255. Retrieved July 3, 2020 from .

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