<book-part-meta> Book Part Metadata

Container element for the metadata that is specific to the large-scale components that comprise the body of a book, such as a chapter, unit, part, or module (all tagged as the element <book-part>).


This element is also used to provide the metadata for the named components of book front matter, such as Dedications and Prefaces.

Base Attributes

Models and Context
May be contained in
The following, in order:
Content Model
<!ELEMENT  book-part-meta
                        %book-part-meta-model;                       >
Expanded Content Model

(book-part-id*, (content-version | content-version-alternatives)?, subj-group*, title-group?, (contrib-group | aff | aff-alternatives | x)*, author-notes?, content-language*, ((pub-date)* | pub-date-not-available?), edition*, issn*, issn-l?, isbn*, publisher*, ((fpage, lpage?) | elocation-id)?, supplementary-material*, pub-history*, permissions?, (self-uri)*, (related-article | related-object)*, (abstract)*, trans-abstract*, (kwd-group)*, funding-group*, support-group*, conference*, counts?, custom-meta-group*, (notes)*)

Tagged Samples
For a chapter
<book dtd-version="2.1">  
  <book-part id="bid.2" book-part-type="chapter">
    <book-part-id book-part-id-type="doi">...</book-part-id>
     <title>GenBank: The Nucleotide Sequence Database</title>
     <contrib contrib-type="author">
     <date date-type="created" iso-8601-date="2002-10-09">
     <date date-type="updated" iso-8601-date="2004-07-27">
    <sec id="bid.3">...</sec>
For a front matter part
<book dtd-version="2.1">  
     <title>About this book</title>
    <sec sec-type="miscinfo">
     <title>The NCBI Handbook</title>
     <p>Bioinformatics consists of a computational approach
      to biomedical information management and analysis. It is
      being used increasingly as a component of research within
      both academic and industrial settings and is becoming
      integrated into both undergraduate and postgraduate
      curricula. The new generation of biology graduates is
      emerging with experience in using bioinformatics resources
      and, in some cases, programming skills.</p>
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