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010 INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER (ISBN)

The field contains the International Standard Book Number. It is sometimes difficult to decide whether a publication is a music edition or a "normal" book, or both. In these cases both an ISMN and an ISBN may be assigned.

011 ISSN

There are only a few periodicals of printed music, but many music publications are issued in series. Both categories should be assigned, an ISSN for the title of a continuing resource and an ISMN for each individual item in the series.



Examples

EX 1: 013 ##$aM-706700-00-7$b(HDS)


013 ##$aM-705701-00-4$b(MIC)

The item is published jointly by Hrvatsko drustvo skladatelja and Muzicki informativni centar.

EX 2: 013 ##$aM-9005202-2-7$b(bound)
013 ##$aM-9005202-3-4$b(pbk)

The publication is available both in bound and in paperback edition.

EX 3: 013 ##$aM-9005202-1-0$zM-9005202-1-X

ISMN M-9005202-1-0 is incorrectly printed with an X as the check digit.




014   ARTICLE IDENTIFIER

Field Definition


This field contains a unique, unambiguous code assigned to journal articles.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Article Identifier

Not repeatable.

$z Erroneous Article Identifier

Repeatable.

$2 System Code

The subfield contains an identification of the system under which the identifier was constructed. Not repeatable.

Codes:

biblid Bibliographic Identification of Contributions in Serials and Books (ISO 9115)

Note: ISO 9115 has been withdrawn and the use of the biblid is not recommended.



sici Serial Item and Contributor Identifier (ANSI/NISO Z39.56)

Notes on Field Contents


This field contains the number formatted according to the systems identified in subfield $2.

Serial Item and Contribution Identifier (SICI – ANSI/NISO Standard Z39:56-1996)

The SICI is a variable length code that provides unique identification of serial issues (SII) and serials (SCI) contributions (http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/SICI/ ). The elements of the SICI are separated by punctuation. Retain punctuation in the UNIMARC record.

Serial Issue Identifier components:

ISSN

Issue Date



Issue Numbering

SICI Standard Version Number

Check Character

Serial Contribution Identifier (additional elements)

Contribution location (e.g. page number)

Contribution title code (e.g. if more than one contribution title begins on a single page)

The barcode version of the number will differ from the eye-readable version.

Examples


EX 1: 014 ##$a0024-2519/91/6103-0003$01.00$2sici

The article identifier for "Core Journal Networks and Cocitation Maps: New Bibliometric Tools for Serials Research and Management" in Library Quarterly, v.61, no.3. The second $ is part of the citation and not a subfield mark.

EX 2: 014 ##$a0015-6914(19960101)157:1<62:KTSW>2.0.TX;2-F$2sici

An example of a SICI for the Item: Hutheesing, Nikhil, "Keeping the seats warm" Forbes, 1 January 1z996, vol. 157 no. 1 p. 62.




015   INTERNATIONAL STANDARD TECHNICAL REPORT NUMBER (ISRN)

Field Definition


This field contains the ISRN as assigned by a national ISRN Centre. It corresponds to the ISBD Standard Number (or Alternative) and Terms of Availability Area.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  Blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  Blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Number (ISRN)

A correctly applied ISRN including hyphens. The ISRN are assigned by the designated agency in each country. Not repeatable.

$b Qualification

An indication of the scope of the ISRN in subfield $a (if present), usually the name of a publisher, an indication of the binding of the item, or an indication of the relationship of an ISRN to a set or to a particular volume. Not repeatable.

$d Terms of Availability and/or Price

The price of the item and any comment on its availability. Not repeatable.

$z Cancelled/Invalid/Erroneous ISRN

An ISRN that has been identified as being erroneously applied to an item or is otherwise invalid. It may have been allocated to two different publications and in this instance cancelled, or it may have been incorrectly printed. Repeatable.


Notes on Field Contents


This field contains the number formatted according to ISO 10444. This number has a maximum of 36 characters.

Related Fields


010 INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER (ISBN)

A number similar in use to the ISRN but applied to books.

011 ISSN

A number similar in use to the ISRN but applied to continuing resources.

014 ARTICLE IDENTIFIER

A code assigned to journal articles.

040 CODEN

An additional identification system for continuing resources.


Example


EX 1: 015 ##$aKU-CL-TR--6-96--GB

Kent University Computing Laboratory Technical Report 6-96. An ISRN assigned by the issuing agency in the United Kingdom (country code GB).

EX 2: 015 ##$aCEA-DAS-STAS-SPI--88/1-FR

Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique, Département d'Analyse de Sûreté, Service Technique d'Analyse de Sûreté, Section Protection Incendie. 1988, rapport n° 1. An ISRN assigned by the issuing agency in France.




016   INTERNATIONAL STANDARD RECORDING CODE (ISRC)


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