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g) a change involving the order of titles when the title is given in more than one language on the prescribed source of information, provided that the title chosen as title proper still appears as a 500 parallel title;

Example South African medical journal = Suid Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde becomes Suid Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde = South African medical journal h) the addition, deletion, or change of words anywhere in the title that link the title to the numbering;

Example Tin becomes Tin in...

i) two or more titles proper are used on different issues of a serial according to a regular pattern;

510 Examples Weekly labor market report Note: Last issue each month has title: Monthly labor market report Minneapolis morning tribune Note: Sunday issues have title: Minneapolis Sunday tribune Editorial comment: Daily issues and Sunday issues have consecutive numbering.

Annual report / Medical Association of South Africa Note: Reports for alternate years have title: Jaarverslag / Die Mediese Vereniging van Suid-Afrika j) the addition to, deletion from, or change in the order of words in a list anywhere in the title, 520 provided that there is no significant change in the subject matter;

Example Kartboken for Oslo, Brum, Lrenskog, Nesodden, Oppegrd, Ski becomes Kartboken for Oslo, Brum, Asker, Lrenskog, Nesodden, Oppegrd, Ski k) the addition or deletion anywhere in the title of words that indicate the type of resource such as magazine, journal, or newsletter, or their equivalent in other languages (but see A.2.6.for changes from one such word to another in the first five words of the title);

Examples Fussball-Jahrbuch becomes Fussball 530 Handel und Industrie becomes Revue Handel und Industrie A ISBD Minnesota history bulletin becomes Minnesota history Trade and industry becomes Trade and industry review Coleccin Ciencias y tcnicas becomes Ciencias y tcnicas Baubetrieb, Baukonomie, Baurecht becomes Schriftenreihe Baubetrieb, Baukonomie, Baurecht 540 Relatrios de pesquisa becomes Srie Relatrios de pesquisa A.2.7.2 Minor changes to integrating resources Any change in information recorded in the description for the same integrating resource other than those noted in A.2.6.3 does not result in a new description; instead, the description is changed to reflect the new information.

Example Hirnet becomes Terminl Editorial comment: The only change is in the title proper of the Web site.

550 A.3 Outline of the ISBD and Punctuation A.3.1 Outline of the ISBD In the outline, the terms first statement , subsequent statement , and the like denote the order in which these statements are given in the description and have no other connotation. Mandatory for most data elements indicates that the element is mandatory if it is applicable to the resource.

ISBD Area Prescribed Element Mandatory Repeatpreceding (or ability enclosing) punctuation for elements Note: Each area, other than the first, is preceded by a point, space, dash, space (. ) 0. Content form and 0.1 Content form M R media type area ( ) 0.2 Content qualification R ; Subsequent content qualification : 0.3 Media type M 1. Title and statement 1.1 Title proper M of responsibility area = 1.2 Parallel title R : 1.3 Other title information R 1.4 Statements of responsibility / First statement M ; Subsequent statement R ; 1.1.5.2 Subsequent title by same author, etc. R. 1.4.5.11.2 Subsequent title by different author, etc. R 2. Edition area 2.1 Edition statement M = 2.2 Parallel edition statement R 2.3 Statements of responsibility relating to the edition / First statement M ; Subsequent statement R, 2.4 Additional edition statement M R 2.5 Statements of responsibility following an additional edition statement / First statement M ; Subsequent statement 3. Material or type of R resource specific area 3.1 Mathematical data (Cartographic R resources) 3.1.1 Statement of scale M ; 3.1.2 Statement of projection ( ) 3.1.3 Statement of coordinates and equinox M ; 3.1.3.3 Statement of equinox 3.2 Music format statement (Notated music) M = 3.2.2 Parallel music format statement 3.3 Numbering (Serials) M ( ) Chronological designation M = 3.3.5- Subsequent or parallel system of 3.3.6 numbering ; 3.3.8 Subsequent system of numbering A ISBD Area Prescribed Element Mandatory Repeatpreceding (or ability enclosing) punctuation 4. Publication, 4.1 Place of publication, production and/or production, distribution distribution, etc., area First place M ; Subsequent place R : 4.2 Name of publisher, producer and/or M R distributor, 4.3 Date of publication, production and/or M distribution ( ) Printing information 4.4 Place of printing or manufacture R : 4.5 Name of printer or manufacturer, 4.6 Date of printing or manufacture 5. Physical description R area 5.1 Specific material designation and extent M : 5.2 Other physical details ; 5.3 Dimensions Format (for older monographic resources) + 5.4 Accompanying material designation R 6. Series and multipart ( ) R monographic resource area 6.1 Title proper of series or multipart M monographic resource = 6.2 Parallel title of series or multipart R monographic resource : 6.3 Other title information of series or R multipart monographic resource 6.4 Statements of responsibility relating to series or multipart monographic resource / First statement ; Subsequent statement R, 6.5 International Standard Serial Number of M series or subseries ; 6.6 Numbering within series, subseries or M multipart monographic resource 7. Note area R 8. Resource identifier R and terms of availability area 8.1 Resource identifier M Fingerprint (for older monographic resources) = 8.2 Key title (for continuing resources) : 8.3 Terms of availability R ISBD 2010 A.3.2.A.3.2 Punctuation 560 A.3.2.1 Each element of the description is either preceded or enclosed by prescribed punctuation.

Prescribed punctuation that precedes an element is omitted when it is the first element of an area.

Prescribed punctuation is preceded and followed by a space (a single space on a keyboard or an em space in printing) with the exception of the comma (, ) and point (. ) which are only followed by a space. The inclusion of other punctuation is at the discretion of the cataloguing agency, as is the spacing before and after such punctuation. Prescribed punctuation is retained even when this results in double punctuation (see A.3.2.7). For the punctuation of scripts written from right to left, see A.3.2.11 and Appendix B.

A.3.2.2 Parentheses ( ( ) ) and square brackets ( [ ] ) are each to be treated as a single punctuation symbol, and the preceding space comes before the first (opening) parenthesis or square bracket and the following space comes after the second (closing) parenthesis or square bracket (see also A.8 for 570 exceptions). If parentheses or square brackets are preceded or followed by prescribed punctuation that ends or begins with a space, only one space is given. If a closing parenthesis or square bracket is followed by a comma or a point used as prescribed punctuation, or by any punctuation mark found on the resource, no space is used.

Example. #[S.l.]#: Publisher not. ##[S.l.]##: Publisher Editorial comment: The character # is used in this example only as a means of showing spacing and does not actually appear in a bibliographic record.

A.3.2.3 Each area of the description other than the first is preceded by a point, space, dash, space (. 580 ), unless that area is clearly separated from the preceding area by paragraphing, in which case the point, space, dash, space may be replaced by a point (.) given at the end of the preceding area.

A.3.2.4 When the first element of an area is not present in a description, the prescribed punctuation of the first element that is present is replaced by a point, space, dash, space (. ) preceding the area.

A.3.2.5 When an area is repeated, each repetition is preceded by a point, space, dash, space (. ), except in the condition described in A.3.2.3.

A.3.2.6 When an element is repeated, each repetition is preceded by the prescribed punctuation appropriate to the element.

A.3.2.7 When an element or area ends with a point and the prescribed punctuation for the element or area that follows begins with a point, in order to take into account punctuation for both abbreviations and 590 prescribed punctuation, both points are given.

Examples. 3rd ed.. not. 3rd ed. And then.... 4th ed.

not And then... 4th ed.

by J. Smith, Esq.. not by J. Smith, Esq. National flight / by Air Flight Inc.. Navigation advisor / Interactive Mapping Corporation not National flight / by Air Flight Inc. Navigation advisor / Interactive Mapping 600 Corporation A ISBD A.3.2.8 Two punctuation symbols can be used in all or most areas:

a) Square brackets enclose information found outside the prescribed sources of information and interpolations in the description. When successive elements within the same area are obtained from outside the prescribed sources of information, each is enclosed in its own pair of square brackets.

Examples. [S.l.] : [s.n.] not. [S.l. : s.n.]. [2nd ed.]. [S.l.] : [s.n.] not. [2nd ed.]. [S.l. : s.n.] 610. ([Historical instruments at the Victoria and Albert Museum] ; [4]) not. ([Historical instruments at the Victoria and Albert Museum ; 4]) b) The mark of omission, i.e. three points (... ), indicates the omission of some part of an element.

The mark of omission is preceded and followed by a space.

A.3.2.9 When in an area or an element the same information appears in more than one language or script, the following provisions apply:

When one element is recorded in more than one language or script, the information in each language or script after the first is preceded by a space, equals sign, space ( = ).

When, in a single area, two or more elements are recorded in more than one language or script, the elements in each language or script are given together with the appropriate preceding punctuation for each 620 element. The whole group of elements for the first language or script recorded is preceded by punctuation appropriate to the first element and each group after the first is preceded by a space, equals sign, space ( = ).

When a single statement (e.g. a statement of responsibility, see 1.5) is given partly in one language or script and partly in more than one language or script, the several linguistic forms are transcribed together;

equals signs or other punctuation symbols are used as appropriate.

A.3.2.10 An area or element that does not apply to the resource is not included in the description. The preceding or enclosing prescribed punctuation of such an area or element is also omitted.

A.3.2.11 When information is given in a nonroman script, prescribed punctuation may be given with the equivalent symbols in that script. Similarly, in a script written from right to left, the point, space, dash, 630 space combination of prescribed punctuation reads from right to left.

Example . / ( ).cop. 1982, : See Appendix B for the treatment of information given both in scripts written from left to right and in scripts written from right to left.

A.3.3 The complete punctuation pattern for each area is set out at the beginning of the area.

ISBD 2010 A.4.A.4 Sources of information A.4.1 Basis of the description For all types of material the whole resource constitutes the basis of the description. In deciding the basis 640 of the description, the bibliographic unit that is going to be described, it is necessary to take into account the following:

Single-part monographic resources: the whole resource Multipart monographic resources: a source identifying the entire resource and source of information applying to the whole resource is preferred, but if there is no such source, the first issue or part, or lacking this the earliest available issue or part is selected. For analytic description of the part see single-part monographic resources.

Serials: the first issue or part or, lacking this, the earliest available issue or part. For numbered serials, the first issue or part is the lowest numbered issue or part. For unnumbered serials, the first issue or part is the issue or part with the earliest publication, production, distribution, etc., date. Generally the first (or 650 earliest) issue or part is preferred over a source associated with the whole resource or with a range of more than one issue or part.

Area Basis of description 0. Content form and media type All issues or parts 1. Title and statement of responsibility First or earliest issue or part 2. Edition First or earliest issue or part 3. Material or type of resource specific All issues or parts For Numbering (Serials): First and last issues or parts for each system or sequence 4. Publication, production, distribution, etc.

Place and publisher, producer, distributor, etc. First or earliest issue or part Place and manufacturer First or earliest issue or part Date First and/or last issues or parts 5. Physical description All issues or parts 6. Series All issues or parts 7. Note All issues or parts and any other source 8. Resource identifier and terms of availability All issues or parts and any other source A ISBD Integrating resources: the current iteration, except for the beginning date of publication.

Area Basis of description 0. Content form and media type Current iteration 1. Title and statement of responsibility Current iteration 2. Edition Current iteration 3. Material or type of resource specific All iterations 4. Publication, production, distribution, etc.

Place and publisher, producer, distributor, etc. Current iteration Place and manufacturer Current iteration Dates First and/or last iterations 5. Physical description Current iteration 6. Series Current iteration 7. Note All iterations and any other source 8. Resource identifier and terms of availability All iterations and any other source A.4.2 Preferred sources of information The selection of the preferred source of information varies depending on the type of material, but there are common general criteria:

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