1.2.9 Type of encoding of content of work

[type of data: composed data—controlled terms (non-literal typed); repeatable]

Indicate the type of encoding of the content of the work using the most specific term or terms from the following list, if possible. If none of these terms apply, compose a term or terms to describe the content. If applicable, use either the singular or the plural form, depending on whether or not the work consists of more than one or not. For example, use computer programs for a set of computer programs, and computer program for a work consisting of a single computer program:

cartographic
computer database
computer dataset
computer program
linguistic (words)
movement
moving image
multimedia
music
realia
sound(s)
still image
three-dimensional form
web site

See also: Examples for 1.2.9 and 1.2.10.

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