|Statement||compiled and edited by H. Dierickx and A. Hopkinson (for the) UnisistInternational Centre for Bibliographic Descriptions (UNIBID).|
|Contributions||Dierick, H., Hopkinson, Alan., UNIBID.|
UNISIST/ICSU-AB Working Group on Bibliographic Descriptions. Reference manual for machine-readable bibliographic descriptions. Paris: Unesco, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / . Get this from a library! Reference manual for machine-readable bibliographic descriptions. [H Dierickx; A Hopkinson; UNISIST (Program). International Centre for Bibliographic Descriptions.; Unesco. General Information Programme.] -- Allows the following functions: 1. creating bibliographic descriptions with the inclusion of all necessary entry points for cataloguing, identification, filing. A product of the UNISIST International Centre for Bibliographic Descriptions (UNIBIB), this reference manual presents a standardized communication format for the exchange of machine-readable bibliographic information between bibliographic databases or other types of bibliographic information services, including : Harold Dierickx, Alan Hopkinson. UNESCO, in cooperation with several other organizations, has produced a manual, the scope and purpose of which has been to define, for most types of scientific and technical literature, a set of data elements which will constitute an adequate bibliographic citation, and to define the representation of these data elements as they should appear in a machine record for exchange .
The codes used in the worksheets are taken from the Reference Manual for Machine-readable Bibliographic Descriptions (UNESCO, Paris ) The aim of this approach is to amalgamate the primary with the secondary, tertiary, and quaternary scientific information in an attempt to update our. the Reference Manual is that, although con-ceived in principle as an exchange format, in practice it has also been used as a source for local bibliographic description manuals and as an internal format. The latter is perhaps to be explained through the circumstance that, Author: Harold Dierickx. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! The Guidelines for data capturing (a user manual) is designed to be a carrier for bibliographic information about printed and manuscript textual materials (i.e. books, theses and dissertations) and serials. Bibliographic data commonly includes titles, names.
The full and concise versions are identified in the header of each field description. Changes to the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data that resulted from Update No. 28 (May ) are displayed in red print. The date located in the header of the full version of . for Machine-Readable bibliographic descriptions, Second revised edition, compiled and edited by Harold Dierickx and Alan Hopkinson, for the UNISIST International Centre for Biblio-graphic Descriptions (UNIBID), Paris: UNESCO, The GeoRef database is an implemen-tation of the Reference Manual. vi. A new edition of the handy, full-color atlas for managing ophthalmic disorders Featuring the clinical expertise of respected authorities in the field, the second edition of Color Atlas of Ophthalmology is a lavishly illustrated atlas designed to guide clinicians through the accurate diagnosis and appropriate management of the full range of ophthalmic disorders. topics: bibliographic data, librarianship, data processing, bibliotheconomie, traitement des donnees, bibliotecologia, procesamiento de datosAuthor: H. (ed.) Dierickx and A. (ed.) Hopkinson.