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363  Normalized Date and Sequential Designation (R)

Input Standards

Optional/Optional
1st Indicator  Start/End designator
blank character No information provided
0 Starting information
1 Ending information
2nd Indicator  State of issuance
blank character Not specified
0 Closed
1 Open
Subfields (R=Repeatable  NR=Nonrepeatable) Input Standards
‡a First level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡b Second level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡c Third level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡d Fourth level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡e Fifth level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡f Sixth level of enumeration (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡g Alternative numbering scheme, first level of enumeration (NR) Optional/Optional
‡h Alternative numbering scheme, second level of enumeration (NR) Optional/Optional
‡i First level of chronology (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡j Second level of chronology (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡k Third level of chronology (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡l Fourth level of chronology (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡m Alternative numbering scheme, chronology (NR) Optional/Optional
‡u First level textual designation (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡v First level of chronology, issuance (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable
‡x Nonpublic note (R) Optional/Optional
‡z Public note (R) Optional/Optional
‡8 Field link and sequence number (NR) Required if applicable/Required if applicable

Definition

The numeric, alphabetic, and/or normalized date designation used on the bibliographic item that identifies its parts and shows the relationship of the parts to the whole.

1st Indicator

Start/End designator. Indicates whether the data in the field is the starting information for a sequence or the ending information. A start/end pair is linked via subfield ‡8.

 
blank character

No information provided

 
0

Starting information

 
1

Ending information

2nd Indicator

State of issuance. Indicates whether the sequence of the publication is still being issued or is complete.

If the second indicator is value 0 in a starting field, and there is no ending field, the field specifies a single issue. If the second indicator value is 1 in a starting field there will be no ending field and the span is open. If the second indicator is value 0 in a starting field, and there is an ending field, the field specifies the beginning of a closed span.

 
blank character

Not specified

 
0

Closed. The sequence of the publication has terminated and is no longer being issued.

 
1

Open. The sequence of the publication continues to be issued.

Subfields

 
‡a First level of enumeration

The highest level of enumeration.

362 0   Nachgewiesen Sezona 04/05
363 0 0 04/05
‡b Second level of enumeration

The second level of enumeration.

362 0   15.2005,2
363 0 1 15 ‡b 2 ‡i 2005
‡c Third level of enumeration

The third level of enumeration.

‡d Fourth level of enumeration

The fourth level of enumeration.

‡e Fifth level of enumeration

The fifth level of enumeration.

‡f Sixth level of enumeration

The sixth level of enumeration.

‡g Alternative numbering scheme, first level of enumeration

The highest level of alternative numbering scheme.

‡h Alternative numbering scheme, second level of enumeration

The second level of alternative numbering scheme.

‡i First level of chronology

The highest level of chronology.

362 0   Nachgewiesen 2004-
363 0 1 ‡i 2004
362 0   24.1986,2-
363 0 1 24 ‡b 2 ‡i 1986
‡j Second level of chronology

The second level of chronology.

362 0   15.1904,2.Apr.-44.1933,29.Apr.; damit ersch. eingest.
363 0 0 ‡8 1.1\x ‡a 15 ‡i 1904 ‡j Apr ‡k 2
363 1 0 ‡8 1.2\x ‡a 44 ‡i 1933 ‡j Apr ‡k 29
‡k Third level of chronology

The third level of chronology.

362 0 0 1898,1.Apr.-1933,28.Febr.; damit Ersch. eingest.
363 0 0 ‡i 1898 ‡j Apr ‡k 1
363 1 0 ‡i 1933 ‡j Febr ‡k 28
‡l Fourth level of chronology

The fourth level of chronology.

‡m Alternative numbering scheme, chronology

The highest level of an alternative chronology scheme.

‡u First level textual designation

Textual information associated with enumeration and chronology.

362 0   Nachgewiesen 15.2001-
363 0 1 ‡u Nachgewiesen ‡a 15 ‡i 2001
‡v First level of chronology, issuance

For items that use coverage in subfield ‡a (First level of enumeration) when the issuing date is different.

362 0   Wahlper. 2.1950/54(1955)-11.1990/95(1996)
363 0 0 ‡8 1.1\x ‡u Wahlper ‡a 2 ‡i 1950-54 ‡v 1955
363 1 0 ‡8 1.2\x ‡a 11 ‡i 1990/95 ‡v 1996
‡x Nonpublic note

Used for starting and ending notes. The note is not written in a form that is adequate for public display.

‡z Public note

The note is written in a form that is adequate for public display and contains information that cannot be contained in other subfields.

‡8 Field link and sequence number

Data that identifies linked fields and may also propose a sequence for the linked fields. Subfield ‡8 may be repeated to link a field to more than one other group of fields. You are responsible for creating and maintaining the link. The system does not create or maintain these links. The structure and syntax of subfield ‡8 is:

‡8 [linking number].[sequence number]\[field link type]

362 0   1949(1951); 1956(1959) nachgewiesen
363 0 0 ‡8 1.1\x ‡i 1949 ‡v 1951
363 0 1 ‡8 1.2\x ‡i 1956 ‡v 1959

Note: Subfield ‡8 is defined differently in field 852, where it is used to sequence related holdings records.

Subfield ‡8 has three parts:

The linking number is required. It occurs in subfield ‡8 in all fields to be linked (fields containing the same linking number are linked).

The sequence number is optional and preceded by a period ( . ). It is used to indicate the order in which the linked fields display (lower sequence numbers display before higher ones). If used, it must occur in all subfields ‡8 containig the same linking number.

The field link type is required and preceded by a reverse slash ( \ ). It is a code indicating the reason for the link and it follows the linking number (or sequence number, if present). Field link type is required except when subfield ‡8 is used to link and sequence 85x-87x holdings fields. These are the valid codes:

a (Action). Used to link one or more fields with another field to which the processing or reference actions relate. This code is typically used only when there is more than one 5xx field that relates to another 5xx field.

c (Constituent item). Used in a record for a collection or a single item consisting of identifiable constituent units, to link the fields relating to the constituent units. All other non-linked data elements in the record pertain to the collection or item as a whole.

p (Metadata provenance). Used in a record to link a field with another field containing information about provenance of the metadata recorded in the linked field.

r (Reproduction). Used in a record for a reproduction to identify fields linked because they contain information concerning only the reproduction. Other descriptive information in the record pertains to the original (with the exception of 007, fixed field Form, field 245 subfield ‡h, and field 533).

x (General sequencing). Used in a record to make a link between fields to show a sequence between them. The sequence could be one that orders the pieces of a long field that has been broken up, indicates the relative importance of fields within the sequence, or is used for some other sequencing purpose. Use of the sequence number in subfield ‡8 is required when this code is used.

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This page last revised: July 22, 2014