Bibliographic information refers to the title, author, pricing, subject or availability status of a title.
All the information necessary to describe a publication. For a book, this is the author, title, place of publication, publisher, and year of publication.
Information describing a document, including the author, title, date of publication, publisher.
Details about an item that are sufficient to identify it for the purpose of retrieval are placed in a specific format that describes one item in a collection. Examples: author, title, publisher, publication location, edition, series title, and notes.
the information given in each citation. For a book, the entries consist of 1) author; 2) title; 3) place of publication; and 5) date of publication.
The systematic description and history of books, their authorship, printing, publication, editions, etc.; information about books and other published materials. The information provided by libraries in their catalogs describing their collections.