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Over the past decade, a number of initiatives were taken by Hungarian librarianship in the field of shared cataloguing. The two most important projects are the Hungarian National Shared Catalogue (Magyar Orszagos Kozos Katalogus - MOKKA) and the National Document Supply System (Orszagos Dokumentum-ellatasi Rendszer - ODR). The future development of these initiatives has been set out by the new concept of integrating MOKKA, ODR and the National Location Database (OLA) into a new cataloguing system called IMOLA. This concept has been elaborated by the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI) and Monguz Ltd. The concept is based on the recognition that the new, enhanced central services of the Hungarian library system must be supported by a common database of records instead of several cataloguing databases developed separately from each other and therefore occasionally duplicating records. The IMOLA concept provides a tool for the high quality integration of the existing services and makes it possible to access the catalogue records of Hungarian library collections quickly and efficiently, through a single interface.
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When migrating its database to a new server, MOKKA considered to perform a few data corrections and apply some procedural enhancements. The modifications fall into four major categories. 1. The integrity and scope of data were improved: besides some minor changes regarding the coded information of the records, the data of MOKKA was subjected to a new duplicate check mechanism and some special fields that add further information to the basic bibliographic description (table of contents data, item specific information such as provenance statements etc.) were paid a more serious attention. 2. Some of the previous processes of checking the quality of incoming data and those of handling volume information were changed to suit the workings of the member databases better. 3. Authority records, both name and subject authorities, created in member libraries were loaded into the MOKKA database to better the authority control and add further search possibilities to the database. At the same time preparations were made to accept new or updated authority records from the member libraries on a daily basis. 4. Some changes to the indexing of the database were also administered to widen the scope of available search options, making it possible to perform a very broad search against all important bibliographic fields on the one hand, and against some very specialised ones (possessors, binding).
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MOKKA is the acronym of the Hungarian name of the Hungarian National Shared Catalogue. MOKKA was founded in the middle of the 1990s by the 15 most important Hungarian academic, research and special libraries. The content of its database has doubled since the launch of the project. Currently the number of participating libraries is 29 and the database contains nearly 5,5 million catalogue records. MOKKA has been subject to a number of challenges over the past few years. The manager of the project, Geza Bakonyi, outstanding figure of Hungarian librarianship and Deputy Director of the Library of Szeged University died in 2007. In the same year, the entire managing committee of MOKKA Association has changed. In addition to the management changes, new strategic principles were set out for the future development of the national shared catalogue. The first and most important step will be the fusion of MOKKA and the location database of the National Document Delivery System. These two national systems have been operating in separate structures till now. Their fusion will reduce parallel cataloguing efforts and will make it possible to establish a comprehensive national document delivery system. This project will be carried out by the National Szechenyi Library and the University and National Library of the University of Debrecen. Scientific and Technical Information plans to publish a series of articles on the progress of the project.
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This paper is the third part of the series on the Hungarian National Shared Catalogue published in Scientific and Technical Information. The Hungarian National Shared Catalogue - Early Prints project (MOKKA-R) was launched in 2005. The project aims to build the Hungarian catalogue of early prints originating from the Carpathian Basin, as well as set up a manuscript database. The paper explains why these two types of documents should be catalogued in separate databases and gives a detailed description of the main features of the BODZA database applications framework developed at the University of Szeged, offering both the searching and cataloguing interface of the database. MOKKA-R currently contains nearly 150,000 records. The paper presents the structure and content of the database and gives a summary of the activities and further plans of the MOKKA-R.
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The Hungarian National Shared Catalogue (MOKKA) is a database with three major tasks to fulfil. When it was launched its main mission was to provide a common pool of authentic bibliographic records for libraries to share. Since then, it has also become a valuable online tool for the general public when they try to locate books, audiovisual material, printed music and other online documents in Hungarian libraries. It contains the catalogue records of the Hungarian Electronic Library as well. Thirdly, as a result of a development to be implemented in the near future, MOKKA will become the bibliographic foundation of the National Document Delivery System replacing its present bibliographic database. This article summarizes how the relatively simple functional model of the database is supplemented with a duplicate check and conversion processes of data format, character sets, and often library specific transformations of local conventions to ensure a more or less coherent database. Another aim of the paper is to enhance the co-operation between the databases of MOKKA and its 31 contributing libraries by pinpointing the elements of submitted records that are especially important for the workings of the central mechanism and thus for the quality of the MOKKA database.
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