Book Item and Component Identifier


Book Item and Component Identifier

The Book Item and Component Identifier, or BICI, is a draft NISO standard that would provide a unique identifier for items or components within a book or publication to which an ISBN has been assigned. It is related to the Serial Item and Contribution Identifier.

External websites

* [http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/bici.html NISO page for BICI]
* [http://www.niso.org/pdfs/BICI-DS.pdf NISO draft standard for BICI]
* [http://www.cendi.gov/presentations/ref_link_blixrud.ppt SICI and BICI: Identifiers for Serials and Books]


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