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International Standard Book Number (ISBN), referred to as ISBN, is an international number specially designed to identify books and other documents.

Before January 1, 2007, ISBN consisted of 10 digits and was divided into four parts: group number (code for country, region, language), publisher number, book serial number and check code.

Publications that use the ISBN coding system include: books, brochures, microform publications, Braille printed matter, etc.

ISO promulgated the ISBN international standard in 1972 and established the International ISBN Center at the Prussian Library in West Berlin to implement the standard.

Starting from January 1, 2007, a new version of the ISBN will be implemented. The new version of the ISBN consists of 13 digits and is divided into 5 segments.

That is, the 3-digit EAN (European Article Number) book product code "978" is added before the original 10 digits. ISBN can be used as a search field in online bibliographies, thus adding a search method for users.

The history of the development of ISBN:

In November 1966, at the Third International Conference on Book Market Research and Book Trade Rationalization, the issue of formulating an internationally accepted book numbering system was first raised.

In 1967, the British book industry created an internationally accepted book numbering scheme and tried it in its country.

In 1970, the International Organization for Standardization ISO developed the ISO 2108 International Standard Book Number.

In 1972, the International ISBN Center was established.

In 1978 and 1992, ISO 2108 was revised twice.

In June 2005, the fourth edition of ISO 2108 International Standard Book Number was promulgated and implemented worldwide on January 1, 2007.

On January 1, 2007, the format of the International Standard Book Number was revised from 10 digits to 13 digits.


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