Definitions for "International Standard Serial Number"
A unique eight-digit number used assigned to each serial title published.
An internationally-accepted code which uniquely identifies a serial publication.Consists of eight digits divided in the middle by a hyphen. Most citations to an article in databases or indexes provide this number in the record. The Interlibrary Loan form asks for this number when you are requesting an article.
An internationally agreed upon standard number that is assigned to serials.