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. Oriented with north to the right. Prime meridians: Ferro and Paris. Scale departure graph: "Statute miles Mercator projection. Relief shown by contours, shading and gradient tints. Relief and depths shown by contours 6300. Relief shown pictorially and by shading. Depths shown by soundings and contours. "Ekvidistance 50 m". Soundings in fathoms 7.3.1.1 For celestial charts, the first note related to the mathematical data area is the note on magnitude. The term limiting magnitude or its equivalent in another language is followed by a number that may reach a maximum of 22.

Example. Limiting magnitude 3.7.3.1.2 For photography and remote-sensing imagery, the first note related to the mathematical data area is the note pertaining to this type of resource.

6310 Examples. f6.016 inches, alt. (orig.) 8 000 ft Editorial comment: For an enlargement of an aerial photograph.

. f5.944 inches, alt. 12 000 ft. MSS Bands 3 and Editorial comment: For a remote-sensing image.

7.3.1.3 Digital cartographic resources Information not included in area 3 such as on digital graphic representation may include details of digital graphic representation method, e.g. indirect reference method (i.e. types of geographic features, addressing schemes, or other means through which locations are referenced) and topology level, geospatial reference 7.3-7 ISBD 6320 data (coordinate system, geodetic datum) with additional information on its data quality, layer structure, format of delivery, geodesy, etc.

The data type (e.g. raster, vector, point), the object type (e.g. point, line, polygon, pixel), the number of objects used to represent spatial information and the format name (e.g. digital transfer information) may be given for an electronic resource.

Data type. The direct reference method (i.e. the system of objects) used to represent space in an electronic resource (e.g. raster, vector, point) is identified.

Object type. The specific type of point, raster, and/or vector object types used in an electronic resource is indicated. Multiple types are separated by a comma.

Object count.

6330 Point/vector count. The number of point or vector objects or each type of object used in an electronic resource is given.

Raster object count. The number of rows x columns x voxels (vertical) in a raster electronic resource is given. Row and column count are used for rectangular raster resources. Voxels are used with rectangular volumetric raster resources.

Format. The format name and version in which an electronic resource is stored is indicated.

Examples Point : entity point Vector : network chains, non-planar graph Raster : pixel 6340 Raster : pixel ; TIFF Vector : point, line, polygon ; ARC/INFO export, version 1.Vector : edge (70). Location reference: 100-year floodplain boundary; 500-year floodplain boundary. Geographic system: coordinates ; decimal degrees. North American datum of 1927 : ellipsoid: Clarke 1866 (semi-major axis:

6378206.4 ; denominator of flattening ratio: 294.98). Format of delivery: SUF2, DGN (microstation format), DXF, DWG (AutoCad format);

9 inch magnetic reel tape, Exabite (8 mm cassette); small files on disk. Deliverable on 31-12-1992: Sheet 9W, 9O, 14W, 14O, 15W, 19W, 19O, 20W (excl.

6350 Texel); delivery per sheet or part thereof. Structure: All line-segments are noded and, when they have an identity of their own, fitted with their own coding; the polygons (objects) that are created are coded with a centroid The resolution for electronic resources may be recorded, expressed as the size in metres of the smallest feature that is discernable in the data (usually pixel size or vertex spacing).

7.3-ISBD 2010 7.3.3.Examples. Resolution: 1 pixel = 20 m. Resolution: minimum adjacent vertex spacing: 5 m ground distance 7.3.2 Notated music/music format statement 6360 These may include peculiarities or variations among the different parts of a resource.

Example. Solo piano part lacks music format statement 7.3.3 Numbering 7.3.3.1 Details of numbering that have not been given in area 3 or an explanation for the omission of such details (e.g. an unnumbered series) may be given in a note.

Examples. Suspended 1939. Unnumbered series 7.3.3.2 When the description is made from an intermediate issue or part of the serial, a note on the 6370 numbering of the first issue or part may be given if the information is not available from the prescribed sources of information for area 3. If the serial has ceased publication, but the last issue or part is not available at the time the description is made, a note on the numbering of the last issue or part may be given (see 3.3).

Examples. Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1 (1972). Ceased with: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Oct. 1974). Began with: No. 1, published in. Ceased with vol. for. Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1974); ceased with: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Oct. 1974) 6380. Began in 1962 and ceased in 7.3.3.3 When describing a supplement or insert dependent on the main serial, a note on the numbering of the main serial may be given (see 3.3.9).

Example. No. 1 (1983) of the supplement corresponds to 10. vf., 1. sz. (1983) of the main publication Title proper: Klpolitika. English-language supplement 7.3.3.4 Notes are also made on any complex or irregular numbering not given in the numbering area, or on any other numbering peculiarities considered important to users of the catalogue (see 3.3).

7.3-7 ISBD Examples 6390. Vol. 29, no. 3-vol. 39, no. 2 omitted in numbering. Numbering begins with no. 1 each year 7.3-ISBD 2010 7.4.7.4 Notes on the publication, production, distribution, etc., area 7.4.1 Notes on the publication, production, distribution, etc., area may include details of other publishers, producers, distributors, etc., of the resource; notes on variant publication, production or distribution, etc., information; irregularities; and additional dates.

Examples. Also published in Colombo by Ceylon University Press. Publisher named in privilege statement as Sulpice Sabon 6400. Colophon bears the date. The date is given in the form of a chronogram. Entered in the Stationers' Register, 22 July. Vol. 4 published in 1939, vol. 5 in. Original imprint covered by label which reads: C.F. Peters, Frankfurt, London, New York. Distributed in the UK by EAV Ltd., London. Publication information on label attached to container: Taftville (Conn.) : MCD Software Associates. User's manual distributed by the American Political Science Association, 6410 Washington, D.C.

. Disk label has date: cop.. Manual dated. Thomas Saint active in Newcastle upon Tyne from ca 1769 to ca 1788. Source:

Dictionary of the printers and booksellers who were at work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1726 to 1775 / H.R. Plomer, 3, p.. The place of publication Cosmopoli is fictitious; identified as Frankfurt a.M., according to Die falschen und fingirten Druckorte / E.O. Weller, Bd. 1, p.. Place of publication conjectured by cataloguer based on typographic evidence. Volume 1 published 1561; vol. 2: 1564; vol. 3: 1562; vol. 4: 6420 In area 4:, 1560-. No. 1 published 2006; date of publication from no. In area 4:, 2005- For older monographic resources:

When publication, production, distribution, etc., information has been obtained from a source other than the prescribed source of information, the source from which such information has been obtained is given in a note.

7.4-7 ISBD Example. Publisher's name from colophon 7.4.2 Changes to information in the publication, production, distribution, etc., area 6430 7.4.2.1 Serials and multipart monographic resources Changes in the place of publication and/or the name of the publisher that occur after the first or earliest issue or part are given in a note, together with the numbering of the respective issues, when considered important to users of the catalogue. Where numerous changes have occurred, a general statement may be given (see 4.1.15, 4.2.13).

Examples. Published: Redwing [sic] (Minn.), 1864-1865; Le Sueur, Minn.,. Publication statement varies 7.4.2.2 Integrating resources Earlier places of publication and/or names of publishers that are no longer present on the current iteration, 6440 or that appeared in a different form on earlier iterations, are given in a note, when considered important to users of the catalogue (see 4.1.15, 4.2.13).

Example. Published: New York : McGraw-Hill, 1974-1975 ; South Hackensack, N.J. : F.B.

Rothman, 1976-7.4-ISBD 2010 7.5.7.5 Notes on the physical description area 7.5.1 Additional physical details Notes on the physical description area may include additional physical description of the resource supplementing the formal statement given in area 5 and statements on particular physical peculiarities.

6450 Examples. Versos of leaves blank Editorial comment: Leaves numbered on both sides.

. Leaves printed on both sides Editorial comment: Leaves numbered on one side only.

. Volumes numbered: 1, 2A, 2B, 2C,. Pages also numbered 321-. Map on lining paper. Illustrations coloured by hand. Printed on acid-free paper 6460. Title page printed in black and red. Watermark: C & I Honig. In envelope, with title on flap. Optional cello part included. Disc impressed on rectangular surface, 20 x 20 cm. Container: 32 x 36 x 16 cm. Sheets measure 24 x 48 cm, 16 x 42 cm, 16 x 28 cm. Printed area measures 30 x 46 cm. Height when mounted: 114 cm. Animated transparencies for use with the Photo Motion Activator 6470. Visible using an incandescent bulb. Projected by means of a laser beam. Electronically adapted to simulate stereo. Synchronized to USPEC 2 standard. Synchronized by means of Philips N2209/LFD3442 pulses. Text of the poems printed on sleeve. Leaves of plates in aquatint or copperplate engravings 7.5-7 ISBD For older monographic resources:

Leaves of plates or inserts that are included in the numbering of pages or leaves of the resource may be given.

6480 Example. 12 leaves of plates included in the pagination or. 12 leaves of plates included in the pagination as p. 5-6, 11-12, 19-20, 29-30, 39-40, 49-50, 59-60, 69-70, 79-80, 89-90, 99-100, 109-The number of lines to the page and the type used are given if these aid identification of the printer or are considered important to users of the catalogue.

Example. 24 lines per p.; type 24G Physical description of the resource, including a list of signatures is given, if considered 6490 important to users of the catalogue. A full collation following the notation in a standard reference source (see Appendix C) may be given. The copy, or copies, on which the collation is based is (are) specified.

Examples. Signatures: A-K. Collation: 8vo: A-H4; 32 leaves: p. [1-2] 3-62 [63-64]; $3(-H3) signed.

H4 blank. Collation: a2 A-L4 M2. Based on copy x in collection y. Collation: 1(=H4) A-F8 G8(-G1,2+G1.2) H4(-H4). Based on copies a,b,c in collection xx 6500 For continuing resources:

Notes may be given on physical details of the resource not given in area 5. A note may also be included on accompanying material if this is not a regular feature of the resource.

For integrating resources, notes are made on earlier physical details that are no longer present in the current iteration, when considered important to users of the catalogue.

Examples. Issued in 2 vol., 8th ed.-10th ed.; in 3 vol., 11th ed.-15th ed.; in 4 vol., 16th ed.-20th ed.; in 5 vol., 21st ed.- For electronic resources:

Notes may be given on physical details of the resource not given in area 5.

6510 Examples. Resource size: 100, 300, 220, 500 statements 7.5-ISBD. Program can handle up to 2000 records. Maximum record size: 2800 bytes. File structure: Hierarchical. Number of variables:. Number of routines:. Digitised resource of 3000 records. Master and use copy. Resource size: master (113 776 KB) ; use copy (5 631 KB) 6520. Digital and analog tracks in English and German. A few programs have sound. Still images compressed using JPEG. Documentation: Comprehensive occupational health nursing preparation / principal investigator, Daniel Murphy. Houston, TX : Data Health Nursing Publishers, cop. 1994. ISBN 0-87301-605-Editorial comment: Accompanying material for a remote-access electronic resource.

7.5.2 Other physical formats available If a resource is available on different physical carriers or different formats, a note may be given.

6530. Issues 46- also available online. Available in 8 mm or 16 mm versions. Also issued as glass slides. Also issued for IBM PC and PC compatibles. Available in ASCII and PostScript versions. Available in PDF and HTML formats 7.5-ISBD 7.6 Notes on the series and multipart monographic resources area 7.6.1 Notes on the series and monographic resources area may include notes giving information about a series or multipart monographic resource in which a resource has been issued (see area 6), notes 6540 on series editors, and notes naming a series or multipart monographic resource in which a resource was previously issued.

Examples. Editor of the series: Samuel Johnson. Originally issued in Environmental science series. Vol. 2 issued as vol. 39 of...

. Each issue numbered 10, 20, 30, etc., in the series For older monographic resources:

When series information has been obtained from a source other than the prescribed source of information, the source from which such information has been obtained is given in a 6550 note.

Example. Series statement from verso of title page For continuing resources and multipart monographic resources:

If a continuing resource or multipart monographic resource has been published within two or more series or subseries successively, the titles of these series or subseries, or a general statement that such series or subseries exist, may be given in a note (see 6, Introductory note). If all the parts of a continuing resource or multipart monographic resource are in two or more series, a series statement is given for each series in area 6.

7.6.2 If a resource is published within a subseries with a distinctive title and in area 6 a subseries 6560 statement is given, a note on the title and the ISSN of the main series may be given.

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