bibliomset — A cooked container for related bibliographic information.


bibliomset ::=


Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

  • relation


A bibliomset is a cooked wrapper for a collection of bibliographic information.

The purpose of this wrapper is to assert the relationship that binds the collection. For example, in a bibliomixed entry for an article in a journal, you might use two bibliomsets to wrap the fields related to the article and the fields related to the journal.

Processing expectations

Formatted as a displayed block.

A bibliomset is cooked. In addition to named fields, it can contain interspersed text to provide punctuation and other formatting information.

The processing system is generally expected to present each and every element in the set, all interspersed #PCDATA, in the order in which it occurs.


Common attributes and common linking attributes.

any attribute

Any attribute in any other explicit namespace


Identifies the relationship between the bibliographic elemnts


These elements contain bibliomset: biblioentry, bibliomixed, bibliomset, biblioset, info (, info (, info (, info (, info (


The following elements occur in bibliomset: text, *:*, abbrev, abstract, acronym, address, alt, anchor, artpagenums, author, authorgroup, authorinitials, bibliocoverage, biblioid, bibliomisc, bibliomset, biblioref, bibliorelation, biblioset, bibliosource, citebiblioid, citetitle, collab, confgroup, contractnum, contractsponsor, copyright, coref, cover, date, dcterms:abstract, dcterms:accessRights, dcterms:accrualMethod, dcterms:accrualPeriodicity, dcterms:accrualPolicy, dcterms:alternative, dcterms:audience, dcterms:available, dcterms:bibliographicCitation, dcterms:conformsTo, dcterms:contributor, dcterms:coverage, dcterms:created, dcterms:creator, dcterms:date, dcterms:dateAccepted, dcterms:dateCopyrighted, dcterms:dateSubmitted, dcterms:description, dcterms:educationLevel, dcterms:extent, dcterms:format, dcterms:hasFormat, dcterms:hasPart, dcterms:hasVersion, dcterms:identifier, dcterms:instructionalMethod, dcterms:isFormatOf, dcterms:isPartOf, dcterms:isReferencedBy, dcterms:isReplacedBy, dcterms:isRequiredBy, dcterms:isVersionOf, dcterms:issued, dcterms:language, dcterms:license, dcterms:mediator, dcterms:medium, dcterms:modified, dcterms:provenance, dcterms:publisher, dcterms:references, dcterms:relation, dcterms:replaces, dcterms:requires, dcterms:rights, dcterms:rightsHolder, dcterms:source, dcterms:spatial, dcterms:subject, dcterms:tableOfContents, dcterms:temporal, dcterms:title, dcterms:type, dcterms:valid, edition, editor, emphasis (db._emphasis), emphasis (db.emphasis), firstname, firstterm (db._firstterm), firstterm (db.firstterm), footnote, footnoteref, foreignphrase (db._foreignphrase), foreignphrase (db.foreignphrase), givenname, glossterm (db._glossterm), glossterm (db.glossterm), honorific, indexterm (db.indexterm.endofrange), indexterm (db.indexterm.singular), indexterm (db.indexterm.startofrange), inlinemediaobject, issuenum, itermset, keywordset, legalnotice, lineage, link, mediaobject, meta (db.meta.content), meta (db.meta.empty), olink, org, orgname, othercredit, othername, pagenums, person, personblurb, personname, phrase (db._phrase), phrase (db.phrase), printhistory, productname, productnumber, pubdate, publisher, publishername, quote (db._quote), quote (db.quote), releaseinfo, remark, revhistory, revnumber, seriesvolnums, subjectset, subscript, subtitle, superscript, surname, title, titleabbrev, trademark, volumenum, wordasword, xref.

See Also

Related elements: biblioentry, bibliomisc, bibliomixed, biblioset.


 1 |<bibliography xmlns=''>
   |<title>Example bibliomset</title>
 5 |  <bibliomset relation='article'>Walsh, Norman.
   |    <title role='article'>Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets</title>.
   |  </bibliomset>
   |  <bibliomset relation='journal'>
   |    <title>The World Wide Web Journal</title> 
10 |    <volumenum>2</volumenum><issuenum>1</issuenum>.
   |    <publishername>O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc.</publishername> and
   |    The World Wide Web Consortium. Winter, 1996.
   |  </bibliomset>
15 |