Dados de autoridade de artistas da música: estudo do Virtual International Authority File (VIAF) e das diretrizes Resource Description and Access (RDA)
Santos, Amanda Azevedo dos
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With technological advances, daily tasks have been modified, especially the activities that streamline, interact, and relate us to the platforms, applications and webservices that enable the production of information. Given this advance, it is also seen great challenges such as the difficulty ofaccessing, using and reusing data and information that are published on the Web. In this cenario, several professionals seek an improvement to the Web and improve the user experience in this environment and a representation of information in an appropriate and efficient way. Related to the context of music, is seen a great flow of information, about music, history, and related people, such as music artists who have great cultural appeal. However, viewing the information of these artists may not be in accordance with what the user wants or does not allow the user to find other artists or informational resources related to it. For this reason, the problem of this research is to investigate how resource description and access (RDA) and virtual international authority file (VIAF) help in publishing authority data for music artists? Thus, the general objective of this research is to systematize the guidelines and descriptions presented by VIAF and the RDA for the publication of authority data for music artists. As for methodological procedures, this research is a qualitative, theoretical, and exploratory research that addresses the themes: representation of information, authority data, metadata, metadata patterns, authority data of music artists. The results present the guidelines of resource description and access (RDA) and the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF), initiatives that have addressed the cataloging processes, in addition to the restructuring of catalogs based on the conceptual models of the FR Family andthe IFLA LRM model, as well as the perspective on the relationships between entities and the definition of their attributes. In the context of the representation of music artists and bands (collective entity), the use of these guidelines helps in the control and definition of authority and an exhaustiveness of the relationships between each authority. When analyzing RDA guidelines, guidelines were verified to describe the attributes of entities and their relationships, all in a practical and flexible way. VIAF, in turn, raises the issue of sharing the records of people and collective entities. Thus, the RDA and VIAF collaborated positively in the development of examples of description of authority data. It is considered that their contributions of this research are linked to the time savings of a user, due to the creation of access points for a recovery of authority in a more adequate andefficient way, in addition, with a record that presents correct information directly and with basis, the user in addition to recovering what needs, recognizes and finds other artists of music who at some point related.
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