|Series||Occasional papers / IFLA International Office for UBC,, no. 5, Occasional papers (ILFA International Office for UBC) ;, no. 5.|
|Contributions||IFLA Joint Working Group on ISBD(CM).|
|LC Classifications||Z699.4.U22 C37 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||82225101|
The International Standard Bibliographic Description for Cartographic Materials referred to hereinafter as the ISBD(CM) - specifies the requirements for the description and identification of such materials, assigns an order to the elements of the description and specifies a system of punctuation for the description. Its provisions relate first toFile Size: KB. The third edition succeeds the fifth update of second edition. One of the main features has been the adoption of new and revised international standards, notably the International Standard Identifier for Libraries and Related Organizations, the ISBN 13 and the linking ISSN. New fields have been added for recording the Persistent Record Identifier. Uniform Conventional Headings for Legal and. DCRM(B): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) DCRM(C): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Cartographic) DCRM(G): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Graphics) DCRM(M): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Music) DCRM(MSS): Descriptive Cataloging of . The MANDATORY data elements specified by UNIMARC are the following: Record Identifier General Processing Data (Character positions , , ) Language of the work (when applicable) Coded Data Field: Cartographic Materials - General (cartographic items only).
Get this from a library! UNIMARC manual: bibliographic format. [A Hopkinson;] -- The third edition succeeds the fifth update of second edition. One of the main features has been the adoption of new and revised international standards, notably the International Standard Identifier. Citation Information. UNIMARC Manual. Bibliographic Format. Edited by Hopkinson, Alan. Walter de Gruyter – K. G. Saur. Pages: – ISBN (Online. UNIMARC Bibliographic, 3rd Edition updated RECORD LABEL AND DATA FIELDS - FIELD DESCRIPTION Field list Each field listed on the following pages is explained following the eight-item outline described in Section Occasionally an item is not needed in which case it is omitted or no information is indicated. The following is a. For example, if all the records are new, describe printed language materials and are monographic, and the library does not use hierarchical relationships ( fields), is cataloguing the items fully, book-in-hand, using some, but not all, ISBD elements, then the following may be pre-set if the system allows this (they will otherwise have to be.
Guidelines for Distinguishing Cartographic Materials on Computer File Carriers from other Materials on Computer File Carriers ; Field (Electronic Location and Access) Guidelines (revised March ) Naming Conventions for Digital Resources. Format Related Notes. Bibliographic records for printed monographs and serials (on both serial and analytical levels) are included together with non-book materials, cartographic materials and electronic resources (local and remote). Furthermore, we have started connecting bibliographic . UNIMARC and so a revision was made of the UNIMARC format and of the guidelines and these were published in the UNIMARC manual  which became the 3rd edition of the UNIMARC format. Also, during the s, a review had taken place on the ISBDs for Cartographic Material, Monographic Material, Non-Book Materials and Serials. Cartographic materials Cartographic materials in book form (atlases), and all other books containing maps, charts, etc., in addition to the text, should be included. Other cartographic materials (separately published sheet maps, etc.) may also be included.