The Objectives of the Catalog and the Means to Reach Them: P. Wilson, The Second Objective. The Concept of Authorship: Past and Future: A.S. Wajenberg, A Cataloger's View of Authorship. A.B. Piternick, Authors Online: A Searcher's Approach to the Online Author Catalog. Standardization and the Proliferation of Rule Interpretations: B. Tucker, Ask Me No Questions and I'll Write You No RI's. T. Delsey, Standards for Descriptive Cataloging: Two Perspectives on the Past Twenty Years. Main Entry: T. Takawashi, The Japanese No Main-Entry Code. M. Carpenter, Main Entry. The Impact of Technology on Code Design: H.F. Schmierer, The Impact of Technology on Cataloging Rules. J. Duke, Access and Automation: The Catalog Record in the Age of Automation. Bibliographic Structure: J.C. Attig, Descriptive Cataloging Rules and Machine-Readable Record Structures: Some Directions for Parallel Development. B. Tillett, Bibliographic Structure: The Evolution of Catalog Entries: References and Tracings. E.T. O'Neill and D. Visine-Goetz, Bibliographic Relationships: Implications for the Function of the Catalog. Integration: S.S. Layne, Integration and the Objectives of the Catalog. R. Hagler, The Consequences of Integration. Abbreviations and Acronyms. Bibliography. Index.