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CERL Papers VII

Imprints and owners: Recording the cultural geography of Europe (David Shaw, ed.).
Papers presented on 10 November 2006 at the CERL Seminar hosted by the National Széchényi Library, Budapest.
London, Consortium of European Research Libraries, 2007.
13-digit ISBN 978-0-9541535-6-4, 10-digit ISBN 0-9541535-6-1. [Six papers in English, with Hungarian summaries.]

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Contents

Ádám Hegyi (University of Szeged): Character encoding in the MOKKA-R

István Monok (National Széchényi Library, Budapest): The Union Catalogue of Rare Book Collections in the Carpathian-Basin: about the expert system on book history in Hungary

Marianne Rozsondai and Béla Rozsondai (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest): Cataloguing rare books in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: problems of incunabula and copy-specific data

Gunilla Jonsson (Kungliga Biblioteket, Stockholm) and Tony Curwen (Aberystwyth: Provenance and the Itinerary of the Book: recording provenance data in on-line catalogues

Alexander Jahnke (Data Conversion Group, SUB Göttingen): Accessing the record of European printed heritage: the CERL Thesaurus as an international repository of names from the hand-press era

Kristian Jensen (British Library, London): Old books in new libraries: democratisation of access or a digital divide

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