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0.1-0 ISBD object Content expressed through three-dimensional material, either naturally occurring entities, or human-made/machine-manufactured artefacts. Also referred to as three-dimensional structures or realia, examples of artefacts include sculpture, models, games, jigsaw puzzles, coins, toys, buildings, equipment, clothing, cultural, and other items. Naturally occurring entities include fossils, rocks, insects, biological specimens on slides, etc. Cartographic objects include globes, relief models, and cross-sections intended to be viewed from the side in three-dimensional form.

program Content expressed through digitally-encoded instructions intended to be processed and performed by a computer. Examples include operating systems, application software, etc.

sounds Content expressed through sounds made by animals, birds, naturally occurring sources of noise, or such sounds simulated by the human voice or digital (or analogue) media. Examples include recordings of bird songs, animal calls, and sound effects, but exclude recorded music [see music], and recorded human speech [see spoken word].

spoken word Content expressed through the sound of the human voice talking.

Examples include talking books, radio broadcasts, oral history recordings, and audio recordings of plays, whether recorded in analogue or digital format.

text Content expressed through written words, symbols and numbers.

Examples include books (printed or electronic), correspondence, databases of journals, and microfilmed newspapers.

multiple content forms Mixed content where three or more forms are applicable.

other content form If none of the terms listed above applies to the content of the resource being described, the term other content form is given.

0.1-ISBD 2010 0.0.2 Content qualification A content form category is expanded by one or more content qualification sub-categories, if applicable to the resource being described. Content qualifications specify the type, presence or absence of motion, 1060 dimensionality and sensory nature for the resource being described.

Terms from the following lists are given in the language and script chosen by the cataloguing agency, using as many terms as are appropriate to expand on or further clarify the corresponding content form category.

Specification of Type cartographic Content representing the whole or part of the Earth or any celestial body at any scale. Includes maps, atlases, globes, relief models, etc.

notated Content expressed through a notational system for artistic purposes (e.g.

music, dance, staging) intended to be perceived visually.

performed Content expressed in an audible or visible form, at a given time, and recorded in a resource. Includes recorded performances of music or movement, computer-generated music, etc.

Specification of Motion (for use with Content Form image only) The perceived presence or absence of movement in the image content of a resource.

moving Image content that is perceived to be in motion, usually by means of a quick succession of images.

still Image content that is perceived to be static.

Specification of Dimensionality (for use with Content Form image only) The number of spatial dimensions in which the image content of a resource is intended to be perceived. The following terms should be used when this type of content qualification cannot be deduced from the content form.

2-dimensional Image content that is intended to be perceived in two dimensions.

3-dimensional Image content that is intended to be perceived in three dimensions.

0.2-0 ISBD Sensory Specification This attribute refers to a human sense through which the content of a resource as published is intended to be perceived. The following terms should be used when this type of content qualification cannot be deduced from the content form.

aural Content that is intended to be perceived through hearing.

gustatory Content that is intended to be perceived through taste.

olfactory Content that is intended to be perceived through smell.

tactile Content that is intended to be perceived through touch.

visual Content that is intended to be perceived through sight.

0.2-ISBD 2010 0.0.3 Media type Mandatory Media type categories record the type or types of carrier used to convey the content of the resource.

Categories generally reflect the format of the storage medium and housing of a carrier in combination with the type of intermediation device required to render, view, run, etc., the content of a resource. One or more terms from the following list is given in the language and script chosen by the cataloguing agency.

For works of mixed media where there is no predominant part of the resource (i.e. all parts are equally prominent or important), as many terms as are applicable to the resource being described are recorded.

1080 Alternatively, for resources comprising mixed media where three or more media types are applicable, the term multiple media may be given. For works of mixed media where one part of the resource is predominant and other media types are considered accompanying material (see 5.4), the term corresponding to the predominant part of the resource is recorded. Where no media type is recorded, the resource is assumed to be unmediated such that no mediation device is required to use or perceive the resource.

Media Type Terms Media Type Term Definition and Scope of Term audio For audio player-enabled resources Media used to store recorded sound, designed for use with a playback device such as a turntable, audiocassette player, CD player, MPplayer, or iPod. Includes media used to store digitally encoded as well as analogue sound.

electronic For computer-enabled resources Media used to store electronic files, designed for use with a computer.

Includes media that are accessed remotely through file servers, as well as direct-access media such as computer tapes and disks.

microform For microform reader-enabled resources Media used to store reduced-size images, not readable to the human eye, and designed for use with a device such as a microfilm or microfiche reader. Includes both transparent and opaque micrographic media.

microscopic For microscope-enabled resources Media used to store minute objects, designed for use with a device such as a microscope to reveal details invisible to the naked eye.

projected For projector-enabled resources Media used to store moving or still images, designed for use with a projection device such as a motion picture film projector, slide projector, or overhead projector. Includes media designed to project both two-dimensional and three-dimensional images.

0.3-0 ISBD stereographic For stereograph viewer-enabled resources Media used to store pairs of still images, designed for use with a device such as a stereoscope or stereograph viewer to give the effect of three dimensions.

video For video player-enabled resources Media used to store moving or still images, designed for use with a playback device such as a videocassette player or DVD player.

Includes media used to store digitally encoded as well as analogue images.

multiple media For resources comprising mixed media where three or more media types are applicable.

other media If none of the terms listed above applies to the type of carrier and intermediation device required to convey, use, or perceive the content of the resource being described, the term other media is given.

0.3-ISBD 1090 Examples Music (performed) : audio Editorial comment: an audio CD Text Editorial comment: a book.

Image (cartographic ; tactile) Editorial comment: a tactile map Music (notated) Editorial comment: a sheet of music Text : electronic 1100 Editorial comment: a website Object + Image (olfactory) Editorial comment: a model and graphic (a 3-dimensional model of a coffee bean and 2dimensional card with a microfragrance-coated image of a coffee bean that can be scratched to produce the smell of coffee) Music (notated) + Music (performed) : audio + Text. Music (notated). Music (performed) : electronic or Multiple content forms : multiple media Editorial comment: a resource comprised of multiple forms of content, and types of media: one 1110 printed score + 1 sound disc + 1 CD-ROM 0.3-ISBD 2010 1 TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY AREA Introductory note The title and statement of responsibility area includes the title proper, parallel titles, other title information, and statements of responsibility. The elements are defined in the glossary. More information appears at the beginning of each element of the area.

Contents 1.1 Title proper 1.2 Parallel title 1120 1.3 Other title information 1.4 Statement of responsibility Prescribed punctuation A. Each parallel title or other parallel statement is preceded by a space, equals sign, space ( = ).

B. Each unit of other title information is preceded by a space, colon, space ( : ), unless a word or phrase is given on the resource to link a second or subsequent unit with the preceding unit.

C. The first statement of responsibility following any title is preceded by a space, diagonal slash, space ( / ).

D. Each subsequent statement of responsibility is preceded by a space, semicolon, space ( ; ), unless the statements are considered to form a single phrase.

1130 E. Titles of individual works by different authors, composers, artists, etc., contained in a resource, are separated by a point, space (. ).

F. Titles of individual works by the same author, composer, artist, etc., contained in a resource are separated by a space, semicolon, space ( ; ).

G. If a title is made up of common and dependent titles, each dependent title designation, if any, or each dependent title following the common title is preceded by a point, space (. ).

H. Each dependent title following a dependent title designation is preceded by a comma, space (, ).

I. A dependent title designation or dependent title following other title information is preceded by a point, space (. ).

Punctuation patterns 1140 Title proper Title proper : other title information Title proper = Parallel title Title proper = Parallel title : other title information Title proper : other title information = Parallel title : parallel other title information Title proper : other title information = parallel other title information 1-1 ISBD Title proper / statement of responsibility Title proper = Parallel title / statement of responsibility Title proper = Parallel title = Parallel title / statement of responsibility Title proper : other title information : other title information / statement of responsibility 1150 Title proper / statement of responsibility = parallel statement of responsibility Title proper / statement of responsibility = Parallel title / parallel statement of responsibility Title proper / statement of responsibility ; second statement of responsibility ; third statement of responsibility Title / statement of responsibility. Title / statement of responsibility Title ; Title / statement of responsibility Title : other title information ; Title : other title information / statement of responsibility Title = Parallel title ; Title = Parallel title / statement of responsibility Common title. Dependent title 1160 Common title. Dependent title designation, Dependent title Common title. Dependent title designation Common title. Dependent title = Parallel common title. Parallel dependent title Common title. Dependent title / statement of responsibility Common title : other title information. Dependent title : other title information Common title. Dependent title : other title information / statement of responsibility = Parallel common title. Parallel dependent title : parallel other title information / parallel statement of responsibility Prescribed sources Square brackets are placed around information given in area 1 that was found on the resource but not on 1170 one of the prescribed sources. Individual stipulations place limitations on the information found on the resource that is given in area 1.

Printed textual and notated music resources:

Title page or title-page substitute.

All other resources:

The resource itself, container, documentation, other accompanying material.

1-ISBD 2010 1.1.3.1.1 Title proper Mandatory 1.1.1 The title proper is the first element of the area even when it is preceded on the prescribed source of information by statements of responsibility, edition statements, series statements, publication/distribution statements, date, price or other matter that is not title proper information.

1.1.2 A file name of an electronic resource is not treated as the title proper unless it is the only name given internally on the file and externally on the resource, its container, documentation and other accompanying material.

1.1.3 Forms of title proper 1.1.3.1 The title proper can consist solely of a term or terms indicating a type of work or its intellectual or artistic content or of a generic term or terms.

1190 Examples Proceedings Plays Collected works Journal Textes et documents Concerto Drawings Survey data Software 1200 Graphics 1.1.3.2 The title proper can consist of the name of a person or corporate body when the prescribed source of information bears no title other than that name.

Examples Sophocles The British Museum Kongress geografa Jugoslavije, Rijeka-Pula-Gorica, 3-8.X.Museum diluvianum quod possidet Joh. Jacobus Scheuchzer Arthur Sullivan 1.2-1 ISBD 1210 The Beatles Michigan Institute on the Teaching of Librarianship Dian Fossey International Summer School on Computational and Mathematical Linguistics 1.1.3.3 The title proper can consist of or include a set of initials, an acronym, or a logo.

Examples ISBD(M) 1220 IFLA journal Collection CAP MM BASIC P.M.S.

The expanded form, when present on the prescribed source of information but not selected as the title proper, is given as other title information (see 1.3.3) or as a statement of responsibility.

When it is not on the prescribed sources, the expanded form may be given in area 7 (see 7.1.1.4).

1.1.3.4 An alternative title is part of the title proper. There is no prescribed punctuation before or after the linking word. The use of this punctuation is at the discretion of the cataloguing agency.

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