International Standard Book Number


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Interna′tional Stan′dard Book′ Num`ber


n.
a unique, internationally utilized number code assigned to a book for the purposes of identification and inventory control. Abbr.: ISBN
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ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a numeric commercial book classification system that identifies the registrant as well as the specific title, edition and format.
Muscat: The Ministry of Information, in collaboration with the UK International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Agency, started granting the ISBN in the Sultanate.
Damascus, (SANA)- Syrian Publishers Union is the first among the Arab countries and the third in the world to give publishers the International Standard Book Number (ISBN), said Head of Arab and International Exhibition Committee at the Syrian Publishers Union (SPU) Ghiath Maktabi.
Major outputs of research and development in 2008 were as follows: 27 local and international awards, two patents, 389 researches and studies published in journals, 315 studies published in local magazines, 697 studies and consultations, 86 International Standard Book Number (ISBN), and 3 citation indexes.
Habeeb believes that the International Standard Book Number (ISBN), what he describes as "the lynchpin of the Western publishing industry," is key.
Bowker is an ISBN (international standard book number) agency for the U.S.
The ISBN (International Standard Book Number, ISO 2108), ISAN (International Standard Audiovisual Number, ISO 15706), ISSN (International Standard Serial Number, ISO 3297), ISTC (International Standard Text Code, proposed ISO standard 21047), as well as others, are examples of this.
On the back of every book, in a little box above the bar code, resides the International Standard Book Number, or ISBN.
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International Standard Book Number (ISBN): [ISBN, 2003]: "The ISBN is a unique machine-readable identification number, which marks any book unmistakably.
office of the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) agency.

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