One of the most important current uses of the SICI is as a means of unique identification of a serial publication
when referring to it in an Electonic Data Interchange.
records will feature a Source Publication Data field, which will index journal publication dates.
Let us first grant that academics, librarians, and campus computing centers can accept the notion that serial publication
in electronic form is a good and workable thing.
The final 1996 Format Integration changes include support for the new Mixed Materials format, archive control in all formats, multiple 006 and 007 control fields, expanded serial publication
status, use of any field in any format, and the revised names of fields, subfields, indicators, and control codes.
Charles Bailey, former moderator of the PACS-L (Public Access Computer Systems) electronic conference, started the session with a few observations on where serial publication
may be headed.
Periodic supply published abroad supported this paper~s market concerns any serial publication
has a unique title and, usually, an ISSN, appearing in fascicles or successive volumes for an unlimited period to advance and according to a known or not periodicity.
electronic databases such as the serial publication
about serials available on ALANET (American Library Association Network) and other networks.
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Again, that was not as much of an issue in the original serial publication
as it is in the current work.
He placed them in an order intended to bring out connections and themes that were perhaps not evident in their serial publication
over a long period.
Over the course of its monthly serial publication
, The Sandman was also published in ten trade paperback volumes, containing either a full story arc or a collection of one-off issues, resembling a collection of interrelated short stories.
On one hand, serial publication
is structured by a drive for novelty, in which the new replaces the old; on the other, this newness is always tempered by things from the past.