It continues to frustrate me that the term “FRBRization” and “FRBR” is used to mean “grouping records into work sets”, “collocating records for the work”. I hear this over and over again at ELUNA here.
There is much more to the FRBR model than work set grouping. Simply by clustering your records in work sets, you have not moved your records into the FRBR model. FRBR is a complete data model that is a new way of looking at our data, not just taking existing records and identifying work relationships.
Can we somehow please stop calling work set clustering “FRBRization”? You know what a good term for it is? How about “work set clustering”.
Please! Calling nothing more than work set clustering “FRBRization” is hiding the true meaning and power of FRBR. People are confused about what FRBR is, and refering to something that is NOT FRBR as “FRBR” is not helping.