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Rda Cataloging Rules Daily Catalog


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7 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a standard for descriptive cataloging initially released in June 2010, providing instructions and guidelines on formulating bibliographic data.Intended for use by libraries and other cultural organizations such as museums and archives, RDA is the successor to Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second

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Tag RDA Field What is in the tag what to do OCLC Input


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1 hours ago RDA Rule 2.5 Use only those abbreviations that appear on the resource for the edition statement. 250 a Mandatory if on resource 260 Use Field 264 for RDA cataloging, and prefer use of field 264 for all new cataloging. 260 264 2nd ndIndicator = 1 Publication Statement RDA Rule 2.8.1 nd nd nd nd RDA Rule 2.8.2 (Place of Publication) New field.

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Descriptive Cataloging Using RDA Using the RDA …


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8 hours ago RDA Toolkit is an integrated, browser-based, online product that allows users to interact with a collection of cataloging-related documents and resources, including RDA: Resource Description & Access, the new set of cataloging instructions that replaces AACR2. In addition to RDA, the other resources available through the Toolkit are: AACR2

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Full Record Examples of RDA Cataloging RDA Toolkit


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5 hours ago The links below will download PDF files of RDA cataloging examples. Each document is bookmarked to allow for easy navigation between examples. These examples show authority and bibliographic records in both an RDA element view and a MARC encoding view of the record: Examples of full RDA records (RSC) – authority records

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General Rules for Transcription Contents


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1 hours ago Cataloging with RDA UH-Mānoa Outreach College Fall 2015 (Chopey) General Rules for Transcription These rules apply to materials in all formats. For transcription rules specific to a particular material type or to an element within the description of a particular material type, …

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Best Practices for Cataloging Objects Using RDA and …


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Just Now cataloging rules. Her five editions of Cataloguing of Audiovisual Materials have been a steadfast go-to guide for special formats catalogers for nearly four decades, and it will be continued by Bobby Bothmann of Minnesota State University, Mankato. Michael Gorman, editor of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed., revised,

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RDA Cataloging Rules for Pseudonyms with MARC 21 …


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8 hours ago RDA Cataloging Rules for Pseudonyms with MARC 21 Examples. A name used by a person (either alone or in collaboration with others) that is not the person’s real name. ( RDA Toolkit Glossary) A name assumed by an author to conceal or obscure his or her identity. ( AACR2 Glossary)

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5. 245 ‡c: Examples Yale University Library


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6 hours ago RDA, like AACR2, does not consider an editor to be a creator, so editors are not main entries under either set of rules. EXAMPLE 5. In situations where there is no collective title (cf. Title proper, example #4) and the separate titles have separate statements of responsibility, the MARC21 Bibliographic Format documentation states "subfield

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4 When to Input a New Record OCLC


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5 hours ago Changes in title or authorized access point determine if a new serial record should be created. For RDA cataloging, see instruction 1.6.2 and related LC-PCC PS. For AACR2 cataloging, see rules 21.2A, 21.2C, 21.3B, and related LCRIs. For non-RDA and non-AACR2 cataloging, consult the appropriate instructions. Change in authorized access point.

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Pseudonyms RDA Cataloging Rules with MARC 21 Examples of


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1 hours ago Cataloging or Cataloguing or Library Cataloging is the process of creating and maintaining bibliographic and authority records in the library catalog, the database of books, serials, sound recordings, moving images, cartographic materials, computer files, e …

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Resource Description and Access (RDA): Information and


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8 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA): Information and Resources in Preparation for RDA (Aquisitions and Bibliographic Control, Library of Congress). Access information about cataloging policy and practices, cataloging training and documentation, and authority records.

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Minerva RDA Cataloging Standards Maine InfoNet


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3 hours ago The Minerva consortium implemented RDA cataloging rules on January 1, 2014. Effective on that date, all new bibliographical records added to the Minerva catalog, whether original or imported, were required to comply with the new rules. Some of the rule changes can be …

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Place of Publication in RDA & AACR2 & MARC 21 Examples


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Just Now There are the special set of rules for transcription and recording of the name of the publisher in library cataloging standards, e.g., RDA rules for place of publication is given in chapter 2 (RDA Rule 2.8.2) of Resource Description and Access (RDA). In Anglo-American Cataloging Rules 2nd edition (AACR2), rules for the date of publication

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Resource Description and Access “RDA”: New Code for …


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4 hours ago Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2) cataloging standard. As RDA is primarily based on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) model, El-Sherbini provided an in-depth background in FRBR’s philosophical constructs and how they apply to RDA. She also illuminated a number of the biggest

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RDA for the NonCataloger Evergreen Indiana


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9 hours ago Cataloging Rules—a brief history In order to make catalog information more consistent, sharable, and useable, the information is recorded according to a set of rules. Since 1978, the set of rules commonly used in the U.S. has been AACR2, the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition.

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Resource Description and Access (RDA)


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5 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA)¹ is the new standard for descriptive cataloging providing data elements, instructions, and guidelines on recording the contents and formulating bibliographic metadata for description and access to information resources covering all types of content and media held in libraries and related cultural organizations, such as museums and archives.

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Cataloguing rules (data content standards) Canada.ca


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9 hours ago RDA (which succeeded the older AACRII) is a set of cataloguing rules used by libraries in most English-speaking countries and increasingly used throughout the world. Useful to museums in that it contains format standards for the names of people, places and corporate bodies, along with rules for capitalization, abbreviation and numerals.

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RDA: an innovation in cataloguing


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6 hours ago The adoption of RDA will bring change to the cataloguing community: change to the rules applied in cataloguing and change to the way in which cataloguers work. Moulaison recognizes the impact of the social context on the adoption of innovation within cataloguing: “Changes to the cataloging code … represent new practices that will have to be

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Publish Year: 2013
Author: Stuart Hunt

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Cataloging 101: RDA, FRBR, BIBFRAME, Oh my!


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6 hours ago Cataloging concepts FRBR became the foundation for a revision of the cataloging rules (AACR2, Anglo American Cataloging Rules 2nd Edition) This revision of cataloging rules (RDA) Resource Description Access Separated the content of the record from the data structure (i.e., RDA

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RDA vs AACR2 NC Cardinal Support


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Just Now RDA vs AACR2. The Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR) were an international library cataloging standard first published in 1967. Later updated in 1978 as AACR2, these cataloging standards were designed for use primarily with print materials and utilized highly refined space-saving rules for structure and abbreviations intended for use with

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Rules for Descriptive Cataloging in the rdarsc.org


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4 hours ago In 1953 Lubetzky’s report (Cataloging Rules and Principles) was published. This work advocated a move towards a principle-based rather than case-based code. In 1956 Lubetzky was appointed editor of the revised code, and in 1960 he produced the draft Code of Cataloging Rules; Author and Title Entry.

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Specific changes from AACR2 to RDA RDA Basics


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8 hours ago Specific changes from AACR2 to RDA. The following are some of the smaller changes we can expect from the change from AACR2 to RDA. The fixed fields. RDA MARC records will usually have an “i” in the “Desc” (Descriptive Cataloging Form, Leader/18) field. The “i” indicates that the record follows ISBD conventions.

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2 Online Cataloging OCLC


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6 hours ago These levels are generally defined in terms of cataloging standards such as Resource Description & Access (RDA) or Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2). Full-level cataloging. Records that contain all the applicable core-designated elements in RDA (RDA 1.3) or meet the requirements of AACR2 second-level description (AACR2 1.0D2).

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What is RDA and how will it impact cataloging? Libreros


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4 hours ago Until the Library of Congress commits to the new rules, most other U.S. libraries are continuing to catalog using AACR2 rules. However, there are 25 libraries assisting with the national test that are, of course, cataloging using RDA. As of early Nov. 2010, there were approximately 3000 RDA records in OCLC. How will RDA impact my library?

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MARC and RDA Resources Information for SCLENDS


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Just Now The sources provided here will assist in understanding MARC framework. You will also find line-by-line information describing best practices for creating or enhancing MARC records as well as RDA rules information. Authorities information allows us to create consistency in cataloging.

Author: Meg Stroup
Publish Year: 2017

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VideosCataloging (RDA) SUL


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3 hours ago If there is no form in NAF, formulate a heading according to the cataloging rules. In general, use the name as it is given (RDA 9.2.2), if a fuller name is known, and the name conflicts, add those additional parts in parentheses (RDA 9.5.1, LC-PCC-PS 9.19.1.4), add appellations like Jr. (9.2.2.9.5), routinely add birth and death dates if known

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RDA in 10 Easy Steps Association for Library Collections


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4 hours ago RDA in 10 Easy Steps. Resource Description and Access (RDA) is the successor to the cataloging rules, AACR2. RDA completely revamps the structure of the cataloging instructions by closely following the entity-relationship model used to construct databases. However, as complex as these changes are, they can be reduced to ten easy steps.

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Resource Description and Access Wikipedia


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1 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a standard for descriptive cataloging initially released in June 2010, providing instructions and guidelines on formulating bibliographic data.Intended for use by libraries and other cultural organizations such as museums and archives, RDA is the successor to Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition (AACR2).

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Resource Description and Access (RDA): Cataloging Rules


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3 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a standards effort to develop cataloging rules that would supersede the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2) . Work in this area has been taking place for at least a decade, starting in 1997 with the International Conference on the Principles and Future Development of AACR, held in

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Standards Used in Cataloging


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6 hours ago RDA has replaced the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd ed. (AACR2) as of March 31, 2013. Personal and corporate access points appearing in most cataloging records follow either AACR2 rules or RDA guidelines. Some records were cataloged prior to the adoption of AACR2 and thus, the headings used may reflect earlier cataloging practices.

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Development of Resource Description and Access (RDA): The


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8 hours ago Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a new standard for describing and accessing information specifically designed for the digital environment. It is a shift from Anglo American Cataloging Rules II (AACR2) and it aims to provide a more user friendly service to library users in locating information in the library online catalogs.

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COMPLETE EXAMPLES – BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS RDA …


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2 hours ago RSC/RDA/Complete Examples (Bibliographic) April 2016 (includes September 2015 MARC updates) COMPLETE EXAMPLES BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS . These examples represent a particular agency’s policies on the application of RDA instructions and are illustrative not

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Home Cataloging Tools and Resources LibGuides at


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1 hours ago RDA: Resource Description and Access was developed by the RDA Steering Committee to replace the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd Edition Revised, which were first published in 1978. RDA is a package of data elements, guidelines, and instructions for creating library and cultural heritage resource metadata that are well-formed according to

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Publish Year: 2016

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RDA and library systems


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1 hours ago RDA is based on the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR), which is the most-used standard for bibliographic metadata content in the world. AACR itself is based on a long pedigree of bibliographic content rules and guidelines. The first of these emerged in 1841 in the form of rules for the British Museum's library catalogue.

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Cataloging Content Standards Minitex


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5 hours ago RDA was developed as a new set of guidelines for describing and providing access to resources covering all types of content and media. It replaced the second edition of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2) as the standard for cataloging. Minitex provides training on RDA.

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Best Practices for Cataloging DVDVideo and Bluray Discs


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7 hours ago than a step-by-step instruction manual for cataloging DVD-video and Blu-ray Discs. One reason for this shift is that RDA cataloging practice is far from settled, particularly in regard to special format materials. Best practice recommendations will likely be easier to manage as RDA instructions evolve. This document is intended for use with

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Descriptive Cataloging/RDA Cataloging Resources


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3 hours ago Designed to interpret and explain RDA: Resource Description and Access, this handbook illustrates and applies the new cataloging rules in the MARC21 environment for every type of information format. From books to electronic materials to music and beyond, Maxwell Explains the conceptual grounding of RDA, including FRBR and FRAD Addresses the

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Rda Cataloging Codes Daily Catalog


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7 hours ago RDA: Resource Description and Access is a new cataloging code that is the successor to Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2). RDA goes beyond earlier cataloging codes in that it provides guidelines on cataloging digital resources …

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(PDF) ANGLOAMERICAN CATALOGUING RULES II Ed. (1998


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7 hours ago These rules are designed for use in the construction of catalogues and other lists in generallibraries of all sizes. They are not specifically intended for specialist and archivallibraries, but such libraries are recommended to use the rules as the ANGLO-AMERICAN CATALOGUING RULES - II …

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RDA: Resource Description and Access David J. Bertuca


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9 hours ago in: The Future of the Descriptive Cataloging Rules : Papers from the ALCTS Preconference, AACR2000, American Library Association. Chicago: American Library Association, 1998. p. 28 22 . IFLA UBCIM Working Group on Functional Requirements and Numbering of Authority Records (FRANAR).

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RDA Made Simple by Amy Hart Libraries Unlimited ABCCLIO


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Just Now RDA Made Simple A Practical Guide to the New Cataloging Rules. by Amy Hart . This book is the perfect resource for librarians who catalog a wide variety of materials as well as for those charged with planning or managing the implementation of RDA cataloging.

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CATALOGING POLICY PAARL


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3 hours ago The Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a standard for descriptive cataloging that was initially launched in 2010. In 2012, the Library of Congress announced that it will fully implement this standard by 2013 to replace the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules 2 …

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Differences Between Bibliographic Records Created in RDA


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4 hours ago ANSS Subject and Bibliographic Access Committee Question/Answer on cataloging issues – March 2013 By Isabel del Carmen Quintana, Harvard University Question: How will bibliographic records created in RDA, the new cataloging rules, be different from records created using AACR2? Answer: RDA, Resource Description and Access, is being adopted by most US Libraries.

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Library Catalog standardization Britannica


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4 hours ago Library - Library - Catalog standardization: The ideal of centralized cataloging led to increased interest in standardized forms of entry. As libraries grew larger after the Renaissance, it became necessary to devise some form of standard to ensure consistency among several catalogs. Perhaps the most famous, the British Museum Rules, was inspired by Sir Anthony Panizzi and has influenced all

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Cataloging Archival Materials


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2 hours ago Introductory comments Preliminary interpretation No official response to RDA from the American archival community Guidelines and best practices may develop in the future Overview of bibliographic and authority records Focus on aggregates (collections) managed according to archival principles Treats RDA as base rules, with DACS as

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What are the rules for place of publication in RDA?

There are the special set of rules for transcription and recording of the name of the publisher in library cataloging standards, e.g., RDA rules for place of publication is given in chapter 2 (RDA Rule 2.8.2) of Resource Description and Access (RDA).

Which is the best example of RDA cataloging?

Each document is bookmarked to allow for easy navigation between examples. These examples show authority and bibliographic records in both an RDA element view and a MARC encoding view of the record: Also available are rball versions of some of the bibliographic examples. They are in RIMMF native RDA format and RDF linked data format.

Is the Library of Congress using the RDA Toolkit?

This course is one element in a comprehensive suite of training developed for the Library of Congress preparation for the implementation of “RDA: Resource Description & Access” as a new set of cataloging instructions. It is intended for any person who needs to utilize the RDA Toolkit to access and apply the new rules.

What does Resource Description and Access ( RDA ) stand for?

RESOURCE DESCRIPTION AND ACCESS (RDA) RDA stands for “Resource Description and Access” and is the title of the standard, that is the successor to AACR2. Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a standard for descriptive cataloging providing instructions and guidelines on formulating bibliographic data.

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