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Examples. (Graeco-Roman memoirs, ISSN 0306-9222). (Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, ISSN 0080-4568) 5550. (Actualits scientifiques et industrielles, ISSN 0365-6861). (Elsevier's interactive anatomy, ISSN 0929-2225). (Manuskripte des Geographischen Instituts der FU Berlin, ISSN 0170-6268). (Spiritualits vivantes. Srie Christianisme, ISSN 0291-9044) 6.5.2 When the title proper of the series consists of a common title or main series and a dependent title, the ISSN of the common title or main series is omitted in area 6 and may be given in area 7 (see 7.6.1).

Examples. (Dunntli tudomnyos gyjtemny. Series historica, ISSN 0475-9923) Note: ISSN of main series: ISSN 0475-5560. (Classic orators. Europe, ISSN 0082-927X) Note: ISSN of main series: ISSN 0081-. (Der Landkreis. Ausgabe Hessen, ISSN 0340-3246) Note: ISSN of main series: ISSN 0342-6.5-ISBD 2010 6.6.6.6 Numbering within a series or multipart monographic resource 6.6.1 The numbering of the resource within a series or multipart monographic resource is given in the terms in which it appears on the prescribed source of information. Standard abbreviations may be used. Arabic numerals are given in place of other numerals or spelled-out numbers. When the numbering of the resource contains both roman and arabic numerals, the numerals are transcribed as they 5570 appear.

Examples. (Historic instruments at the Victoria and Albert Museum ; 4). (Russian titles for the specialist, ISSN 0305-3741 ; no. 78). ( ; . 41). (Studia islandica ; 13. hefti). (La bibliothque bleue entirement refondue & considrablement augmente ; no 3). (Collection des plans anciens de Paris ; 1). (Plan net ; S75). (Carte de la Rgion Ile-de-France ; X-3) 5580. (Eulenburg general music series ; 705). (Musik alter Meister ; Heft1). (Forsytesagaen ; 1). (A Sunday Times guide to Shakespeare's characters ; 7). (At-a-flash time line cards ; set 2). (Beatrix Potter jigsaw puzzles ; no. 1). (Multimedia learning series ; vol. 2). (Visit Canada series ; vol. C). (Computer simulation games ; module 5). (Liederbltter deutscher Jugend, ISSN 0342-4820 ; Heft 22) 5590. ( ;. ( ; 3). ( /, ISSN 0495-7210 ; 10). (, ISSN 1229-7429 ; 2) 6.6.2 When the title proper of the larger bibliographic resource consists of a common title or a series title and a dependent title, the numbering of the common title or series title is given after the common title and the numbering of the subseries after the subseries title.

6.6-6 ISBD Examples. (Publications of the University of Manchester ; no. 244. Administration series ; no. 1). (Geological research reports ; 135. Map series ; no. 3) 5600. (Das Erbe deutscher Musik ; Bd. 68. Abteilung Oper und Sologesang ; Bd. 8). (Arte moderna straniera ; n. 8. Serie C, Disegnatori ; n. 1). (Contrasts and similarities in siblings ; no. 6. Series A, Young brothers and sisters (12-21) ; no. 1) 6.6.3 Multipart monographic resource within a series When the parts of a multipart monographic resource within a series are numbered within the series, the numbering of the first and last parts is given and connected by a hyphen when the numbering is continuous. In other cases, the numbering of each part is given, separated by commas.

Examples ; vol. 11-5610 ; vol. 131, 145, ; 4-; 2, 6, ; A-F ; vol. 10-; A, C, M ; 2051-6.6.4 If the numbering appears in more than one language, it is given following the title proper or parallel title in that language, as appropriate.

6.6.5 Continuing resource within a series 5620 6.6.5.1 When all issues or parts or all iterations of a continuing resource within a series or subseries have the same series number, this number is given in the series statement.

Example. (Public Health Service publication ; no. 1124) Editorial comment: Each issue of the annual Bibliography on smoking and health has the same series number.

6.6.5.2 If each issue or part of a continuing resource within a series has different numbering the numbering is not given in area 6.

6.6-ISBD 2010 5630 7 NOTE AREA Introductory note The note area contains any descriptive information that has not been given in other areas of the description but that is considered to be important to users of bibliographic records. Notes qualify and amplify the description in areas 1-6 and can deal with any aspect of a resource. Notes may also give the bibliographic history of the resource and indicate relationships to other resources.

In making links to continuing resources, the preferred and recommended form to be given in the citation is the key title and ISSN. Where these are not known, the other resource should be cited by title proper or, exceptionally, in a form appropriate to the context for which the description is being prepared (for example, the heading and title under which the resource appears in the catalogue of the library). In 5640 making links to monographic resources, the monographic resource should be cited by title proper and statement of responsibility, if any.

Notes, by their nature, cannot be enumerated exhaustively, but can be categorized in terms of the areas of the ISBD. In addition to notes relating to these areas, there may be notes relating to the description of the resource that do not correspond to any specific ISBD area.

Except where otherwise indicated, notes and their order of presentation are optional. Two or more notes may be combined into a single note when considered appropriate by the cataloguing agency.

Contents 7.0 Notes on the content form and media type area and for special types of materials 7.1 Notes on the title and statement of responsibility area 5650 7.2 Notes on the edition area and the bibliographic history of the resource 7.3 Notes on the material or type of resource specific area 7.4 Notes on the publication, production, distribution, etc., area 7.5 Notes on the physical description area 7.6 Notes on the series area 7.7 Notes on the contents 7.8 Notes on the resource identifier and terms of availability area 7.9 Notes on the issue, part, iteration, etc., that forms the basis of the description 7.10 Other notes 7.11 Notes relating to the copy in hand 5660 Prescribed punctuation Each note is separated from the next one by a point, space, dash, space (. ). When each note is given in a separate paragraph, these punctuation marks are omitted, or replaced by a point at the end of the note,.

Within notes it is recommended, where appropriate, that the prescribed punctuation of areas 1-6 be followed; for example, a title is separated from a statement of responsibility by a space, diagonal slash, space ( / ). The areas of description of a resource within a note are separated by a point and a space.

For continuing resources:

When the key title and ISSN are given in the note area, they are linked by a space, equals sign, space ( = ); when the title proper and the ISSN are given, the ISSN is preceded by a comma, space (, ).

7-7 ISBD 5670 Prescribed source Any source 7-ISBD 2010 7.0.7.0 Notes on the content form and media type area and for special types of material 7.0.1 Notes on the content form and media type area Notes on the content form and media type area may be given if considered important to users of the catalogue.7.0.2 Bibliographic reference note for older monographic resources A bibliographic reference note is given as the first note. The note contains a citation, given in a standard 5680 and abbreviated form, to a description of the resource in a list describing older monographic resources.

The note may contain more than one citation.

Examples. Schramm, A., Bilderschmuck, v. 4, p. 10, 50, and ill.

. ESTC SWhen the information is available, the note should always be given for incunabula, and preferably given in the description of any early printed book.

7.0.3 Frequency statement for continuing resources A note of the frequency of a serial or the frequency of updates to an integrating resource is given when the frequency is not stated in area 1.

5690 Examples. Bimonthly. Irregular. Monthly (July-August issues combined). Continuously updated. Four times each term. Triweekly during the academic year. Updated weekly When the frequency is stated in area 1, it may be repeated in area 7 if it is necessary to convey some additional information.

5700 Example. Weekly (10 issues each semester) Title proper: The Mac weekly Examples of such notes may be added as experience with the new area is gained.

7.0-7 ISBD When the frequency of a continuing resource is unknown, a note Frequency unknown is given.

Changes in the frequency of a serial or the frequency of updates to an integrating resource may be given in the note.

Example. Quarterly as from 1975, no. 1- 7.0.4 System requirements for electronic resources A note on system requirements for use of the resource is recorded as the first note for all direct-access 5710 electronic resources when appropriate.

These requirements may include one or more technical specifications, usually given in the following order, and preceded by System requirements: (or its equivalent in another language).

Name, model and/or number of machine or machines Amount of memory Name of the operating system or systems Software requirements (including programming language) Peripherals Hardware (internal) modifications Character code 5720 Each requirement, other than the first, is preceded by a semicolon.

When the resource consists of two or more different physical carriers (e.g. a multimedia resource consisting of an electronic disk and a videodisc), a separate system requirements note may be made to highlight distinctive system features associated with each physical carrier. Alternatively, the cataloguing agency may choose to make a single system requirements note for both physical carriers.

Examples. System requirements: Macintosh; at least 1 MB; System 6.0.5 or later; HyperCard version 1.0 or later; hard disk drive; videodisc player (Pioneer 2200, 4200, 6000A, 6010A, 8000); RS232 cable connector (from Macintosh to videodisc player) Editorial comment: Single system requirements note for different physical carriers (electronic 5730 disk and videodisc).

. System requirements for electronic disk: Macintosh; at least 1 MB; System 6.0.5 or later; HyperCard version 1.0 or later; hard disk drive; connector cable (from Macintosh to videodisc player) Editorial comment: Separate system requirements note for different physical carrier.

. System requirements: Requires BinHex 4.0 to convert binary file. System requirements: 386SX processor or higher; 2 MB RAM (4 MB recommended); Windows 3.0 or higher; hard disk with 8 MB free space; VGA adapter; col. monitor; mouse 7.0-ISBD. System requirements: UNIX workstation with Mosaic software 5740. System requirements: Philips Interactive compact disc (CD-I) player with monitor. System requirements: No information available. Character code: UTF-. Character code: Japanese (ISO-2022-JP) 7.0.5 Mode of access for electronic resources A note relating to mode of access is recorded for all remote-access electronic resources.

Mode of access is given as the first note unless a system requirements note (see 7.0.4) is present. It is preceded by Mode of access: (or its equivalent in another language).

Examples. Mode of access: Lexis system. Requires subscription to Mead Data Central, Inc.

5750. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Mode of access: Mikenet 7.0-ISBD 2010 7.1.1.7.1 Notes on the title and statement of responsibility area 7.1.1 Notes on the title proper 7.1.1.1 Source of the title proper When the source of the title proper of a printed resource is other than the title page, the source is given in a note.

Examples. Title from cover 5760. Title from caption. Title from publisher's catalogue. Title from A list of maps of America / P.L. Phillips, p.. Title supplied by cataloguer For multimedia resources, sound recordings, videorecordings, and still and moving images:

When the source of the title proper is other than a source permanently associated with the resource, the source is given in a note.

Examples. Title from container 5770. Title from descriptive insert For electronic resources:

The source of the title proper is recorded in all cases.

Examples. Title from title screen. Title from codebook. Title from disc label. Title from first display of information. Title from TEI header. Title from printout of title screen 5780. Title from subject line of email header. Title from homepage 7.1-7 ISBD 7.1.1.2 Notes giving variant titles Notes on variant titles are given when considered important to users of the catalogue.

Examples. Title on spine: Oliver!. Title proper romanized: Zolotoj telenok. Title on sleeve: William Shakespeare, 1564. Title in left margin: Ville de Aix-les-Bains, Savoie. Title on cover: Schweinfurt Stadtplan 5790 Title proper on map: Stadt Schweinfurt. Sheets for 19211924 have title: Official road map of metropolitan district; 1930 1941: Greater metropolitan district; 19501963, Official road map New York and vicinity Editorial comment: Most recent sheets have title: New York City and vicinity.

. Title on codebook: New Democratic Party of Ontario,. Title on container: Interactive cells. Title on added title page: To the English gentrie. File name: DUB.. Title on second title screen: Personal finances and other applications 5800. Title on disc label: Journal of the U.S. House of Representatives Title proper: Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States. At head of title: Bizmap navigator Title proper: Singapore yellow pages with electronic maps.

. Some issues have also title in German: Hobbes OS/2 archiviert Title proper: Hobbes archived OS/2.

. Title bar title: Antarctic Meteorology Research Center home page. Title on engraved title page: Dittionario italiano. At head of title: "Un professionnel de l'auto vous dit... " Title proper: Je roule sans accident! 5810 7.1.1.3 Expansion of initials, acronyms, and numbers in title proper When the title proper consists of or includes a set of initials or an acronym (see 1.1.3.3), a note on the variant or expanded form, taken from a source other than the prescribed source of information for the resource, may be given (see 1.3.3).

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