with "secondary ISSN" I mean the ISSN that must be assigned to
additional editions of the same serial, as specified at
"The print version of my publication is already assigned. Should I
request a distinct ISSN for the online version ?
Yes, each separate edition (print, online, CD-ROM…) on a different
medium should have its own ISSN, the title being identical or not. "
Publishers create serial identifiers for "a separate edition on a
different medium", so I think it could be useful to define a Bibframe
property for the publisher's identifiers for serials.
Thanks in advance for a Bibframe solution!
Am 02.07.13 22:22, schrieb Reynolds, Regina:
> Can you clarify what you mean by "assign a secondary ISSN to instances of a work?" Do you mean that you would want to apply the specific ISSN assigned to each version (print, online) to the particular instance to which it pertained, in addition to the linking ISSN that is appropriate to the work/expression?
> Thanks for any explanation of your comment that you can provide.
> Regina Romano Reynolds
> Head, ISSN Section
> Director, U.S. ISSN Center
> U.S. Programs, Literature and Law Division
> Library of Congress
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> Subject: [BIBFRAME] Question about serials/articles (was: Re: Changing BIBFRAME for more flexibility without losing library data meaning)
> Thanks, Eric. I enjoy the examples very much.
> Is anyone working on representing articles / serials descriptions in Bibframe, especially from non-MARC sources?
> I would love to assign a secondary ISSN to instances of a work, not only a linking ISSN "issn-l" to a work like specified in http://bibframe.org/vocab/Article.html or http://bibframe.org/vocab/Serial.html - will this be possible?
> Is it expected that more detailed bibliographic citation properties will be added to Bibframe, or should I better use PRISM and FABIO (FRBR-aligned ontology) for creating article references to get them published as Bibframe Work with rdf:type?
> Best regards,
> Am 30.06.13 14:12, schrieb Eric Miller:
>> I think you may find the following initial set of test cases useful -
>> http://bibframe.org/tools/tests/ These test cases reflect (in part)
>> data related to a growing set of communication use cases that are
>> designed to illustrate some of the modeling design decisions and
>> requirements we (the community) are grappling with. Going forward, my
>> hope is to leverage such test cases as a way to better capture
>> community issues and level set some of our discussion so that we might
>> be more effective in terms of reaching consensus (or at least
>> capturing discourse). -- Eric Miller President, Zepheira "The Art of
>> Data" http://zepheira.com/ tel:+1.617.395.0229