Stephen, are you saying that the $n and $p should be included in the work title? Can you give an example or two?


On 4/17/15 12:45 PM, Stephen Hearn wrote:
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Note that 245 subfields $n (Part number) and $p (Part title) are generally included as components of the title proper when constructing authorized access points for a work that is part of another work. Their use in the transcribed 245 can pose all kinds of problems, but when they're there, and when they're correct, and when there's no 130/240 to prefer ...


On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 2:17 PM, J. McRee Elrod <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Mark said:

>pybibframe uses 245$a as our base Work title in BF Lite

Even is there is a 130 or 240?

Is this because Bibframe considered different expressions to be different

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