Slavic-Language Material in OCLC and the Search for Matching Records | Academic Article individual record
abstract

The article begins with a review of bibliographic, geopolitical and historical justifications for the study of searching for Slavic-language material in the OCLC Online Union Catalog, the largest in the world. Based on examples collected at Texas A&M University during 1998-1999, it presents two brief but systematic analyses of problems in matching-record searching from two perspectives. The linguistic perspective covers chiefly transliteration and orthography, while the bibliographic one focuses on personal name and title searching. © 2001 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

publication outlet

Slavic & East European Information Resources

author list (cited authors)
Chroust, D. Z
publication date
2001
publisher
citation count

1

identifier
292592SE
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
start page
41
end page
67
volume
1
issue
4