Design Principles for a Comprehensive Library System

Tamer Uluakar, Anton R. Pierce, Vinod Chachra

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This paper describes a project that takes a step-by-step or incrementalapproach to the development of an online comprehensive system runningon a dedicated computer. The described design paid particularattention to present and predicted capabilities in computing as well as totrends in library automation. The resultant system is now in its secondof three releases, having tied together circulation control, catalog access, and serial holdings .

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6017/ital.v14i2.5276

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