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Tc 46/sc 9

ISO TC 46/SC 9 is the ninth subcommittee of ISO technical committee 46, and is responsible for identification and description of information resources.

ISO standards overseen

Note: All names are in the format of International Standard (...). Example: International Standard Name Identifier

International Standard abbr. ISO number example standards identifying objects that may use it Working Group Registrar
Name Identifier ISNI 27729 ISNI 999 999 999 999 7 ISWC, ISAN, ISBN, ISSN, ISRC WG6
Music Number ISMN 10957 ISMN 979-0-060-11561-5 (GTIN-13), old format: M-060-11561-5 unk. [1]
Musical Work Code ISWC 15707 T-000000001-0 ISRC Confédération Internationale des Sociétés d´Auteurs et Compositeurs[2]
Book Number ISBN 2108 ISBN 978-0-356-42615-0 (GTIN-13) [3]
Serial Number ISSN 3297 ISSN 0317-8471 [4]
Recording Code ISRC 3901 BR-BMG-03-00729 IFPI[5]
Technical Report Number ISRN
Text Code ISTC 21047 ISTC 0A9-2002-12B4A105-7
Audiovisual Number ISAN 15706 ISAN 0000-0000-16FF-0000-Y-0000-0000-9
Holdings statements 10324

External links

  • http://www.niso.org/international/sc9/ (Secretariat on behalf of ANSI)
  • Committee at iso.org
    • standards in iso.org catalogue
    • projects
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