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Arabic script on RLIN

Arabic script on RLIN Arabic script is the most recent addition to the scripts available on the Research libraries Information Network RLIN. Bibliographic control and retrieval using the authentic writing system are available for titles in Arabic, Persian Farsi, Urdu, Ottoman Turkish, and other languages written with Arabic script. RLIN is the world's largest bibliographic database for Middle Eastern language material. This paper is a comprehensive description of the Arabic script features of RLIN. It covers Arabic character sets and RLIN's character repertoire for Arabic script how Arabic characters are input and stored in the RLIN database the equipment needed for Arabic script support the indexing, retrieval, and presentation of records containing Arabic script the inclusion of nonRoman data in USMARC bibliographic records and statistics on the RLIN databases. Sidebars explain features of Arabic writing. The discussion of data storage and presentation of text is relevant to any computer application that involves Arabic script. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Library Hi Tech Emerald Publishing

Arabic script on RLIN

Library Hi Tech , Volume 10 (4): 22 – Apr 1, 1992

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0737-8831
DOI
10.1108/eb047865
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Abstract

Arabic script is the most recent addition to the scripts available on the Research libraries Information Network RLIN. Bibliographic control and retrieval using the authentic writing system are available for titles in Arabic, Persian Farsi, Urdu, Ottoman Turkish, and other languages written with Arabic script. RLIN is the world's largest bibliographic database for Middle Eastern language material. This paper is a comprehensive description of the Arabic script features of RLIN. It covers Arabic character sets and RLIN's character repertoire for Arabic script how Arabic characters are input and stored in the RLIN database the equipment needed for Arabic script support the indexing, retrieval, and presentation of records containing Arabic script the inclusion of nonRoman data in USMARC bibliographic records and statistics on the RLIN databases. Sidebars explain features of Arabic writing. The discussion of data storage and presentation of text is relevant to any computer application that involves Arabic script.

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Library Hi TechEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 1992

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