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  preferred label Reconfiguration Published
English note Includes: bound with; split into; extracted from. Published
English definition The reconfiguration relationship is one in which one or more items are changed in such a way that a new item or items result. Most commonly, an item of one manifestation is bound with an item of a different manifestation to make a new item. For monographs, this is the typical "bound with" situation. For serials, reconfiguration happens when several unbound copies representing different issues are bound together to make a single new item. Less frequently, a single physical item may be split and rebound as two separate items. [Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records: Final Report, p.80] Published
English scope note Valid Use: Item( to Item( to Item ( Published