Series (in a citation)
Container element for any series information for a journal article or a book that is referenced in a citation (such as a <mixed-citation>, an <element-citation>, or a <related-article>). For example, within a citation to a book series that spans multiple volumes, this element could contain the unique title of the entire series.
NISO STS Note: This series element is not related to series in standards. For standards documents, series can be recorded with the designators contained in a <std-id> element or in a group of such designators (several <std-id>s inside a <std-id-group>) and recorded using the @std-relationship-type attribute.
Any combination of:
- Text, numbers, or special characters
- Emphasis Elements
- Baseline Change Elements
- <named-content> Named Special (Subject) Content
- <styled-content> Styled Special (Subject) Content
This element may be contained in:
... <mixed-citation publication-type="book" publication-format="print" ><person-group person-group-type="author" ><string-name><surname>Bellare</surname>, <given-names>M.</given-names></string-name>, and <string-name><given-names>P.</given-names> <surname>Rogaway</surname></string-name></person-group>, “<chapter-title>The exact security of digital signatures: How to sign with RSA and Rabin</chapter-title>,” <person-group person-group-type="editor" ><string-name><given-names>U. M.</given-names> <surname>Maurer</surname></string-name>, Ed.</person-group> <source>Advances in Cryptology-EUROCRYPT '96</source>, <series>Lecture Notes in Computer Science</series>, vol. <volume>1070</volume>. <publisher-loc>New York</publisher-loc>: <publisher-name>Springer-Verlag</publisher-name>, <year>1996</year>, pp. <fpage>399</fpage>–<lpage>416</lpage>.</mixed-citation> ...