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WHO Code
NOW
Address
PO Box 1024
City
Hanover
State/Province
MA
Country
USA
Zip/Postal Code
02339
Phone
1-781-871-0245
Status
Current
RDA Procedures

NOW PUBLISHERS PROCEDURES (RDA)

03 April 2019

NOW items are catalogued by Pamela Cale .

NOW sends emails to pamela@slc.bc.ca with a list of the series and numbers that are ready.

There are currently 19 Foundations and Trends series, with approximately 150 individual issues; 17 series publish 4 issues a year, and two publish 8 issues a year. So in theory, 84 issues/year. They expect to publish approximately 64 issues per year.

Access to PDFs:

user: SLC-Pamela
password: ^^ptiw

Or via a FTP client: ftp://nowais@ftp.nowpublishers.com
password: Pa3e]V

Some information can be found on their web site:

http://www.nowpublishers.com (ISBNs and keywords are only found there)

"Issue" and "article" can be used interchangeably. Each issue is a single article. So a monograph record for each article, in in effect a monograph record for each issue.

The journal title becomes 490/830. There is a 776 for the print version.

Now Publishers will provide notification of new titles.

Note in particular cut and paste at 520, 524, 653. and the DOI in 024 7.

For a complete list of MARC fields see: http://www.loc.gov/marc/

001 = DOI last 12 digits [on export]

LDR:
04 = n
06 = a
07 = m
08 = blank
09 = blank
17 = blank
18 = i

006:
00 = m
01-04 = blank
06 = o
07-08 = lank

06 = o
09 = d
10-17 = blank

007:
00 = c
01 = r
02 = blank
03 colour
a = one colour
b = black and white
c = multicoloured
04 = n
05 = blank
06-08 = |
09 = m
10-12 = |
13 = a

008:
06 = s
07-10 <year>
15-17 = mau
18-21
blank = no illustrations
a = illustrations
d = charts
e = plans
k = forms
22 = f
23 = o
24-27
a = abstracts
b = bibliographical references
28 = blank
29 = 0
30 = 0
31
0 = no index
1 = index
32 = blank
33 = 0
34 = blank
35-37 = eng [unless some other language]
38 = blank
39 = d

001: SLC RSN
[Moved to 035 with 090$e substituted on export]
020 $ae-ISBN$qelectronic
020 $zprint SBN$qprint
024 7 $a<DOI digital object identifier>$2doi
035 $a<SLC RSN> (CaBNVSL)
[Created on export]
040 $aCaBNVSL$beng$erda$cCaBNVSL$dCaBNVSL
050 4 $a<LCC>
082 04 $a<DDC>
084 $a<other class number>$a<code>
e.g., Mathematical Subject Classification
084 $a60G10$a62M10$a60F10$2msc
090 0 $a$bNow$e<last 12 digits from 024>
[Deleted on export; $e moved to 001]
093 $aNow<date>
[Deleted on export]
100 1 $a<Main personal entry>.,$eauthor.

100/700/110/710 relator terms

After main and added entries, enter following final mark of punctuation
$e(s), and one or more RDA terms. Precede and separate $e's with commas.
[Check against LC authorities & earlier records done]
245 10 $a<Title> :$b<subtitle> /$cStatement of reponsibility.
246 30 $a<Distinctive part of title>.
250 $a<Edition if any>
264 1 $aHanover, Massachusetts :$bNow Publishers,$c<year>
[008/7-10 same as 264$c]
00 $a1 PDF ( pages) :$billustrations ;$c kb..
*336 $atext$2rdaontent
*337 $aelectronic$2isbdmedia
*338 $aonline resource$2rdacarrier
490 1 $a<Series title>,$xISSN ;$v
[Cut and paste from head of item, e.g.:]
490 1 $aFoundations and trends in machine learning ;$vvolume 1, issue 3, pages 307-402.
500 $aIssued as part of ... [If collection title on website]
504 $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages ) <and index if any>.
505 0 $a<Contents>
[Cut & paste from pdf if present; if keying limit to chapter
title.]
506 $aRestricted to subscribers or individual document purchasers.

[Half of the monographs in the FnT series are in technology, half in
business and economics. For the monographs in technology journals
have the following 510s],

510 0 $aGoogle Scholar
510 0 $aGoogle Book Search
610 0 $aINSPEC
510 0 $aScopus
510 0 $aACM Computing Guide
510 0 $aDBLP Computer Science Bibliography
510 0 $aZentralblatt MATH Database
510 0 $aAMS MathSciNet
510 0 $aACM Computing Reviews

[510s indexing services for the business and economics titles.]

510 0 $aGoogle Scholar
510 0 $aGoogle Book Search
510 0 $aScopus
510 0 $aZentralblatt MATH Database=20
510 0 $aAMS MathSciNet

520 3 $a<Abstract>
[Cut and paste from pdf]
[If an abstract is more than half a screen, use first one or two
paragraphs only, or otherwise reduce.]
524 $a<Citation>
[Cut and paste suggested citation from item, e.g.]

SUGGESTED CITATION:
Dana Ron (2008) "Property Testing: A Learning Theory Perspective",
Foundations and Trends in Machine Learning: Vol. 1: No 3, pp 307-402.
http:/dx.doi.org/10.1561/2200000004

becomes:

524 $aDana Ron (2008) "Property Testing: A Learning Theory Perspective",
Foundations and Trends in Machine Learning: Vol. 1: No 3, pp 307-402.

530 $aAlso available in print.
538 $aMode of access: World Wide Web.
538 $aSystem requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
588 $aTitle from PDF (viewed on <date>).
650 0 $a<LCSH>
653 $a<Author assigned keywords if present>
[One per 690]
700 1 $a<Added personal entry>.
710 2 $aNow Publishers.,$epublisher.
710 2 $a<Added corporate entry>.
740 0 $a<Added analytic title entry>.
776 08 $iPrint version:$z<10 digit ISBN$z<13 digit ISBN>$w(DLC)<LCCN>
830 0 $a<Series title> ;$vxx. $xISSN
830 0 $a<Collection title if in 500>
856 48 $3Abstract with links to full text:$u<URL>
990 $a<Cataloguer's initials>.
[Delete on export]

Send monthly invoice to <rich@slc.bc.ca>.

Pamela revises, exports, and sends the url for the exported file and the unexported file to <matt@slc.bc.ca>.

Matt adds to the SLC database, sends records to Rich, and sends url of records to Alet Heezemans <alet.heezemans@nowpublishers.com>

Rich charges sends invoices to Mike Casey (mike.casey@nowpublishers.com).


SAMPLE RECORD

LDR nam a 00
001 swl 004480
005 20090215143551.0
006 m ed
07 cr cn |||m|||a
008 090215s2007 mau foab 000 0 eng d
020 a9781601980359 (electronic)
020 a9781601980342 (print)
024 7 z10.1561/1900000001 2doi
040 aCaBNVSL cCaBNVSL dCaBNVSL
050 4 aQA76.9.D3 b .D472 2007
082 04 a005.74/1 222
09 0 a bNow e611900000001
093 a Now20090215
100 1 aDeshpande, Amol Vilas.
245 10 aAdaptive query processing h [electronic resource] / cAmol Deshpande, Zachary Ives and Vijayshankar Raman.
264 1 $aHanover, Mass. : bNow Publishers, cc2007.
300 a1 PDF (140 pages) : billustrations.
490 1 aFoundations and trends in databases, x 1931-7891 ; v v. 1, issue 1,
pages 1-140
504 aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 131-140).

505 0 aAbstract -- Introduction -- Query processing in relational database systems -- Motivations for AQP -- Road map -- Related work -- Background: conventional optimization techniques -- Query optimization -- Choosing an effective plan -- Summary -- Foundations of adaptive query processing -- New operators -- Adaptivity loop -- Post-mortem
analysis of adaptive techniques -- Adaptivity loop and post-mortem in some example systems -- Scope of the remainder of the survey -- Adaptive selection ordering -- Adaptive greedy -- Adaptation using eddies -- Parallel and distributed scenarios -- Summary -- Adaptive join processing: overview -- Adaptive join processing: history-independent pipelined execution -- Pipelined plans with a single driver relation -- Pipelined plans with multiple drivers -- Adaptive caching (A-caching) -- Summary -- Adaptive join processing:
history-dependent pipelined execution -- Corrective query processing -- Eddies with binary join operators -- Eddies with stairs -- Dynamic plan migration in CAPE -- Summary -- Adaptive join processing: non-pipelined execution -- Plan staging -- Mid-query reoptimization -- Query scrambling -- Summary and postmortem analysis -- Summary and
open questions -- Trade-offs and constraints -- Adaptive mechanisms -- Conclusions and challenge problems -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Updates.

506 aRestricted to subscribers or individual document
purchasers.
510 0 aGoogle Scholar
510 0 aGoogle Book Search
510 0 aINSPEC 5 1 0 0 aScopus
510 0 aACM Computing Guide
510 0 aDBLP Computer Science Bibliography
510 0 aZentralblatt MATH Database
510 0 0 aAMS MathSciNet
510 0 aACM Computing Reviews

520 aAs the data management field has diversified to consider settings in which queries are increasingly complex, statistics are less available, or data is stored remotely, there has been an acknowledgment that the traditional optimize-then-execute paradigm is insufficient. This has led to a plethora of new techniques, generally placed under the common banner of adaptive query processing, that focus on using runtime feedback to modify query processing in a way that provides better response time or more efficient CPU utilization.
In this survey paper, we identify many of the common issues, themes, and approaches that pervade this work, and the settings in which each piece of work is most appropriate. Our goal with this paper is to be a value-add over the existing papers on the material, providing not only a brief overview of each technique, but also a basic framework for
understanding the field of adaptive query processing in general. We focus primarily on intra-query adaptivity of long-running, but not full-fledged streaming, queries. We conclude with a discussion of open research problems that are of high importance.
524 aAmol Deshpande, Zachary Ives, Vijayshankar Raman (2007) "Adaptive
Query Processing", Foundations and Trends in Databases: Vol. 1: No 1, pp
1- 140.

530 aAlso available in print.
538 aMode of access: World Wide Web.
538 aSystem requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader.
588 aTitle from PDF (viewed on February 15, 2009).
650 0 aQuerying (Computer science)
650 0 aRelational databases.
700 1 aIves, Zachary G.
700 1 aRaman, Vijayshankar.
830 0 aFoundations and trends in databases ; v v. 1, issue 1,
pages 1-140.
856 42 3Abstract with links to full text uhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1561/1900000001


In the future, Spanish versions of the records may be done by Jessie,
if NOW is able to provide Spanish translations of the abstracts.

LCSH in Spanish

http://lcsh-es.org/


NOW PRICES

Charged NOW

MARC records: $11.00 per record
Record processing: $1.50

Cataloguers

NARC records: $8.00 per record
Revisions: $2.00 per record