book trade

Nederlandse Uniforme Rebrieksindeling

"In de jaren 70 van de vorige eeuw is de Uniforme Genre Indeling (UGI) ingevoerd en in 1986 vervangen door de Nederlandse Uniforme Genre Indeling (NUGI). Per 1 april 2002 werd de Nederlandstalige Uniforme Rubrieksindeling (NUR) ingesteld, omdat de oude codering niet meer voldeed. Onder auspiciën van de Nederlandse en Vlaamse Boekverkopersbond en met subsidie van het Overleg Nederlandstalige Uitgeverij en Boekhandel (ONUB) is deze herziening tot stand gekomen. De uitgever bepaalt de NUR-code van een uit te geven boek.

"In the 1970s, the Uniform Genre Format (UGI) was introduced and replaced by the Dutch Uniform Genre Classification (NUGI) in 1986. As of April 1, 2002, the Dutch-language Uniform Classification (NUR) was introduced because the old coding Under the auspices of the Dutch and Flemish Bookstores Association and with the support of the Dutch-Dutch publishing and bookstore (ONUB), this review has been completed. The publisher determines the NUR code of a book to be published. There are various tools To convert the old NUGI into the new NUR. "

Classification Systématique Brunet-Parguez-Coulouma

"La bibliothèque municipale de Toulouse a testé, en 1971, un cadre de classement systématique élaboré en 1969 par Henri-Jean MARTIN et Guy PARGUEZ destiné à une étude sur l’automatisation du catalogage, par addition d’indices alphanumériques au cadre de la Table méthodique du Manuel du Libraire de Jacques-Charles Brunet (1865). Le contenu est donc celui de l’ancienne «classification des libraires», où les sujets étaient répartis en cinq classes: théologie, droit, sciences et arts, belles-lettres, histoire.

"In 1971, the Toulouse municipal library tested a systematic classification framework developed in 1969 by Henri-Jean MARTIN and Guy PARGUEZ for a study on the automation of cataloging by adding alphanumeric indices to the table frame (1865), the content of the former "classification of booksellers," in which the subjects were divided into five classes: theology, law, science and the arts, belles-lettres, For a decade, the table was used and gradually modified in the presentation and in the content, in conjunction with the cataloging work of the old collection of the WB of Toulouse, then re

Language of Bindings Thesaurus

"The Language of Bindings Thesaurus (LoB) includes terms which can be used to describe historical binding structures. The thesaurus can be used as a lookup resource through this website and also as a software service where the terms can be retrieved directly through your own application. LoB is a young project and community contribution will ensure that it will be improved. (...) The thesaurus is structured based on the Simple Knowledge Organisation System (SKOS).

Terminologia del llibre

"Aquest diccionari aplega i defineix prop de dos-cents termes relatius a la indústria editorial corresponents a àrees com l’edició, la impressió, la comercialització i la publicitat. Cada article conté la denominació i la definició en català. La majoria dels termes provenen del Vocabulari panllatí de difusió i de distribució del llibre, obra multilingüe elaborada en el marc de la Xarxa Panllatina de Terminologia (REALITER) sota la coordinació de l’Oficina Quebequesa de la Llengua Francesa, i en la qual el TERMCAT ha participat pel que fa a la terminologia catalana.

"This dictionary defines and brings together nearly two hundred terms relating to the publishing industry relating to areas such as editing, printing, marketing and advertising. Each article contains the name and definition in Catalan. Most come terms Pan-Latin Vocabulary of dissemination and distribution of books, multilingual work made within the network Panlatin Terminology (really) under the coordination of the Office québécois de la langue française, and which has participated TERMCAT terms Catalan terminology.

Children's Books Marketing Classifications

"These codes are for marketing purposes only. They do not replace the BIC Subject Categories. Data collection agencies like BML and Nielsen BookScan can use these new codes to provide a breakdown of the different categories of children's books sales through the retail trade, to enable you to measure how different parts of your list are doing relative to each other and the size of your market share."

Thema

"Thema is intended for use by all parts of the book trade: unlike other book trade subject classifications, it aims to be globally applicable. And in contrast to various library classifications that are used internationally, it is tailored for commercial use within the trade. It is a flexible standard that allows each market to retain its unique cultural voice while still presenting a unified subject hierarchy that rationalises book classification.

BISAC Subject Headings

"The BISAC Subject Headings List, also known as the BISAC Subject Codes List, is a standard used by many companies throughout the supply chain to categorize books based on topical content. The Subject Heading applied to a book can determine where the work is shelved in a brick and mortar store or the genre(s) under which it can be searched for in an internal database."

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