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Modeling Hybrid Information Environments: The Librarian and the Super Model Kerry Blinco Consultant Macquarie University Project Manager LIDDAS Project.

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1 Modeling Hybrid Information Environments: The Librarian and the Super Model Kerry Blinco Consultant Macquarie University Project Manager LIDDAS Project

2 AVCC Modelling  Targeting National Investment  Identify levels of common infrastructure  Minimise duplication of effort  Provide common tools that can be used for service differentiation  Optimise value for money  Systems Planning Environment  Clearly articulated service models  Strong functional and technical models  Flexible, scaleable and sustainable implementations  Strategic Planning Assumptions  Assumes a distributed services environment  Systems must be flexible and based on open systems architectures  Must be integrated with the international initiatives

3 Customer Interface Search & Retrieval Services Local Catalogues, indexes External Catalogues, indexes LIDDAS 2 Directory Request Management Other Local Systems Personnel, Student, Finance, Circulation Suppliers Libraries, commercial suppliers,. ILL Utilities Document Delivery Services Collections Repositories Model - Automatically Mediated Document Supply

4 Users Library/Suppliers Resources, Collections Access Services Policy, Service terms, Rights management Directory Services Assett Access & Delivery Services Aggregators Intermediaries Utilities Suppliers. Libraries, commercial suppliers, etc. Local Information Service Management Authentication services Local Catalogues, indexes Client Interface Search & Retrieval Services External Catalogues, indexes Collections, Repositories Other Local Info Personnel, Student, Finance, Circulation Information Service Model E-Commerce Services

5 Assett Access & Delivery Servies Aggregators Intermediaries Utilities Suppliers. Libraries, commercial suppliers, etc. Local Information Service Management Systems Authentication Systems Local Catalogues, indexes Client Interface Search & Retrieval Tools External Catalogues, indexes Collections, Repositories Other Local Systems Personnel, Student, Finance, Circulation Information Service Model E-Commerce Services LIDDAS Users Library/Suppliers Resources, Collections Access Services Policy, Service terms, Rights management Directory Services Authentication Services

6 Assett Access & Delivery Systems Aggregators Intermediaries Utilities Suppliers. Libraries, commercial suppliers, etc. Local Information Service Management Systems Authentication Services Local Catalogues, indexes Client Interface Search & Retrieval Tools External Catalogues, indexes Collections, Repositories Other Local Systems Personnel, Student, Finance, Circulation Information Service Model E-Commerce Services LIDDAS KINETICA NBD Other Z39.50 Catalogs KINETICA ILL Other ILL Utilities - JEDDS Users Library/Suppliers Resources, Collections Access Services Policy, Service terms, Rights management Directory Services

7 Users Library/Suppliers Resources, Collections Access Services Policy, Service terms, Rights management Directory Systems Assett Access & Delivery Systems Aggregators Intermediaries Utilities Suppliers. Libraries, commercial suppliers, etc. Local Information Service Management Systems Authentication Systems Local Catalogues, indexes Client Interface Search & Retrieval Tools External Catalogues, indexes Collections, Repositories Other Local Systems Personnel, Student, Finance, Circulation Information Service Model E-Commerce Systems PRIDE LIDDAS PRIDE -Other Asset Descriptions KINETICA NBD Other Z39.50 Catalogs KINETICA ILL Other ILL Utilities - JEDDS PRIDE - X-500 Access Management PRIDE

8 Value Added Services Customer Service Support Infrastructure Core Services - Management & Access Service DescriptionAsset Description Service Infrastructure Information Assets Physical TechnicalFinancialBusiness/legal HR /Skills Customer Interface

9 Value Added Services Customer Service Support Infrastructure Core Services - Management & Access Service Description Asset Description Service Infrastructure Information Assets Customer Interface Electronic Interfaces Physical Interfaces Dynamic Personalised Landsacapes : Role, Technology, skill Portals Mediation Services Evaluative Services Quality Analysis Resource discovery Gateway Services Electronic Commerce Digital and physical preservation Digital and physical access Asset / Service Management Asset /Service Description Management Directories Search and Discovery Authentication and Access Management Asset representation Catalog, indexing. Metadata Document descriptions (RDF, Dublin Core etc) Directory entries Service representation Directory entries (Organisations Services Profiles Proxies) Digital objects Physical objects Collections, Repositories Physical TechnicalFinancialBusiness/legal HR /Skills

10 Work View Function View Infrastructure View Information View Business View Architectural Principles Technical Reference Model Standards Profile BUSINESS VISON IT VISION US Dept Treasury EITA

11 User Access to Core Systems and Services Information Service Delivery To Authenticated Users

12 User Access to Core Systems and Services User Info Profile Info Services Domains Directory Databases Application Specific Anon Users Loyalty Number Magnetic Card Bar Code Password/PIN Smart Card Certificates Privileges Information Service Delivery To Authenticated Users Loyal Customers EFT Travel Restaurants Holidays Browsing Hosting Tele Phones Airports Internet Intra net Extra net Kiosks WEB TV Seat Screens Public Loyalty Customers Passengers Staff Contractors Business Partners Alliances VISP: The Problem Solution Space

13 Organisation Specific Applications Users Service Provisioning System Internet News Content/Files National/ International Networks Virtual - Service Environments Logical/Private/Secure Sets of: WEB Chat Directories Application Specific Public Key Infrastructure Support Certificates PKI usersdata Travel/Transport Finance Retail usersdatausersdata V-ISP User-Service Architecture

14 IMS System Components User Web Client Resource Discovery Service User Profiles Learning Environment Asset Management System Administration Referral

15 Modeling principles: Modeling principles:  Develop service models - in context, - modular  Multiple views of architectural and infrastructure models  Mulitplicity of application combinations implementing the models  System models define system boundaries - internal and external  Define standards used across boundaries  Work to develop or enhance standard/ application gaps  Keep an eye on the question marks  Watch the horizon  Keep on refining and extending

16 Modelling the Hybrid…..  Does Hybrid matter?  Where in the architecture does Hybrid matter? –Managing Complexity  Will changing the Hybrid change the model?  Who else can we work with? –What can we learn –What do we have to offer


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