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2 The Concept of “Collection” A collection is a group of resources that have been selected for some purpose. Similar terms are set (mathematics), aggregation (data modeling), dataset (sci‐ ence and business), and corpus (linguistics and literary analysis). We prefer “collection” because it has fewer specialized meanings. Collection is typically used to describe personal sets of physical resources (my stamp or re‐ cord album collection) as well as digital ones (my collection of digital music). A collection can contain identifiers for resources along with or instead of the re‐ sources themselves, which enables a resource to be part of more than one col‐ lection, like songs in playlists.
What Is a Library? Most birds fly, but not all of them do. What characteristics are most impor‐ tant to us when we classify something as a bird? What characteristics are most important when we think of something as a library? We might treat circulation, borrowing and returning the same item, as one of the interactions with resources that defines a library. In that case, an in‐ stitution that lends items in its collection with the hope that the borrowers return something else that is better hardly seems like a library.
A complementary perspective on Organizing Systems is that they exist in a multi-faceted or multi-dimensional design space. This framework for describing and comparing Organizing Systems overcomes some of the biases and conserva‐ tism built into familiar categories like libraries, museums, and archives, while enabling us to describe them as design patterns that embody characteristic con‐ figurations of design choices. We can then use these patterns to support multidisciplinary work that cuts across categories and applies knowledge about fa‐ miliar domains to unfamiliar ones.