biblioentry

biblioentry — A raw entry in a bibliography.

Synopsis

biblioentry ::=

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

  • At most one of:
    • pubwork (enumeration)
      • “article”
      • “bbs”
      • “book”
      • “cdrom”
      • “chapter”
      • “dvd”
      • “emailmessage”
      • “gopher”
      • “journal”
      • “manuscript”
      • “newsposting”
      • “part”
      • “refentry”
      • “section”
      • “series”
      • “set”
      • “webpage”
      • “wiki”
      • “other”
    • All or none of:
      • pubwork (enumeration)
        • “other”
      • otherpubwork (NMTOKEN)

Description

A biblioentry is an entry in a bibliography. The contents of biblioentry are a database of named fields. Presentation systems frequently suppress some elements in a biblioentry.

Processing expectations

Formatted as a displayed block.

A biblioentry is raw. It contains a database-like collection of named fields. It is the responsibility of the processing system to select elements from within a biblioentry, present them in the correct order, and add all punctuation.

There is no expectation that a system will present all of the fields in a biblioentry or that they will be displayed in the order in which they occur.

Correct formatting of biblioentrys is an interchange issue. See Appendix D, Interchanging DocBook Documents.

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

otherpubwork

Identifies the nature of some other kind of published work

pubwork

Identifies the nature of the published work

Enumerated values:
“article”

An article

“bbs”

A bulletin board system

“book”

A book

“cdrom”

A CD-ROM

“chapter”

A chapter (as of a book)

“dvd”

A DVD

“emailmessage”

An email message

“gopher”

A gopher page

“journal”

A journal

“manuscript”

A manuscript

“newsposting”

A posting to a newsgroup

“part”

A part (as of a book)

“refentry”

A reference entry

“section”

A section (as of a book or article)

“series”

A series

“set”

A set (as of books)

“webpage”

A web page

“wiki”

A wiki page

“other”

Some other kind of work

Parents

These elements contain biblioentry: bibliodiv, bibliography, bibliolist.

See Also

Related elements: bibliomisc, bibliomixed, bibliomset, biblioset.