The beginner, former, or first mover of anything; hence, the efficient cause of a thing; a creator; an originator.
One who composes or writes a book; a composer, as distinguished from an editor, translator, or compiler.
The editor of a periodical.
The originator of a copyrighted work.
A person who creates or originates an idea or work; not limited to written creations.
The individual(s) who actually created the work is its author. But see work made for hire.
The name or part of the name of the person(s) or group credited with creating a library resource.
From Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) Version 2.0 ( 2004-03-16) The creator of a VoiceXML document.
A person or software program that generates WML or WMLScript .
The creator of a piece of software or of a web site.
Authors are the people who write Tree of Life pages. Please see the page on Expectations of Tree of Life Authors for more information.
Name of the person principally responsible for preparing this version of the occurrence specifications..
The original writer of a literary work. For example, Hjalmar Söderberg is the author of Dr. Glas. Dr. Glas is the narrator.
either the person who actually created the work or, if the work was made for hire, the employer or other person for whom the work was prepared.
A person or corporate body responsible for the content of a resource, including editors and illustrators as well as writers.
The person responsible for creating a document (article, book, etc.). In the case of a corporate author, the corporation or entity responsible for the document's creation. Note that for edited works, the editor's name may appear in the author field (cf) of a record (cf). Authority File A separate listing of entries and the authority on which they are based (the file itself may be the authority). As commonly understood, a listing of words and phrases, sometimes also including proper names and journal titles, which establishes control over the way those words, phrases, names and titles will be used and defined in a given source. See also controlled vocabulary. Example: the Subject Headings list in a bibliographic database. Bibliographic Citation (or Citation) Basic information about an article, book or other material that allows others to also locate that item. Elements of citations include, for example: Book: author, title, publisher, date and place of publication Journal article: author, article title, journal title, volume, date, pages
The writer of a book or article. Usually this is a person , but it may be more than one, however, it can also be a government agency, a symposium, a company, or other group that does not necessarily give the name(s) of the people who actually wrote the work.
An author of a paper or personal communication included in dictyBase. The User may use the "*" wildcard character (i.e., Fisher*) to achieve the best results.
The person, persons or corporate body, responsible for the writing or compilation of a book or other publication not a periodical.
writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
a chronicler and creator of works of fiction or facts in book, electronic, or document form
a marketing guide written especially for writers seeking to increase their book sales
an agent who writes things
a natural person whose creative endeavours have resulted in the creation of a literary, artistic or scientific work
a person appointed by the deputy director to represent the units/agencies interests
a person or a program who writes or generates documents of the HTML
a person or program that writes or generates HTML documents
a person or program that writes or generates style sheets
a person that has major responsibility for a class
a person who actually performs the work of installing and testing the software, and communicating impressions
a person who can never take innocent pleasure in visiting a bookstore again
a person who writes a book, phrase, speech or quotation
a person who writes documents and associated style sheets
the artist, composer, editor, illustrator, photographer, writer, creator of an item. Can be an individual, a group, a corporation, a government, an institution.
The person who is responsible for the writing and intellectual content of a book or article. Two or more persons collaborating on a work are called joint authors.
An author is what people classically think of when they think of writers. An author writes books. These books can be fiction or non-fiction.
Person(s) creating a digital learning resource. This term is used loosely and could apply to developers, designers, and other contributors. The digital learning resource need not be new – it could be derived work or an aggregation of existing works.
A person or program writing or generating WML, WMLScript or other content.
A person who actively contributed to the design and execution of the experiments and who takes intellectual responsibility for the research results being reported.
Person(s) or committee(s) listed on the bill as responsible for it in the chamber of origin.
Writer of a book, essay, story, play, poem, etc. Some books have two or more coauthors. In an AUTHOR Search in the GIL online catalog, the term "author" is used in its broadest sense to include coauthor, editor, playwright, director, composer, performer, etc.
Person or corporate body, such as a government agency or business firm, chiefly responsible for the intellectual or artistic content of a work.
Generally, this refers to the writer of a book or an article. However, author more generally means the creator of materials, for example the composer of music. In the library catalog, directors, actors, or performers are also considered authors. Authors can be groups such as government agencies, a symposium, a company, or other organization that may use a group name rather than an individual's name.
The person/s or organization that wrote a book, journal article, working paper, etc.
The “author” of a work of expression subject to copyright protection is one of the following: the person(s) who creates the expression. the person(s) or business that pays another to create the expression in the employment context, or the person(s) or business that commissions the work under a valid expression made for hire contract. The creator of any copyrightable work, whether that work is a book, photograph, painting, poem, play, musical composition, or other sort of work. The exception to this is a work-for-hire; if a work-for-hire, the employer of the creator of the copyright owns the copyright from the inception of the work and is considered the author of the work for the purposes of copyright.
A writer of a book, essay, story, play, poem or other work. Some works have two or more co-authors. In library catalogues, authorship is sometimes attributed to an organisation, conference symposium, or institution. Other individuals, such as the editor, playwright, or composer may also be considered an author.
The originator or creator of the original piece of content submitted to the repository with authority to dedicate the content to the repository for the purpose of sharing as described in the License-in and License-out agreements. See also Creation Date.
The person who has written a new piece of music and/ord new lyrics.
The author of a work is the person or company that produced it. In the case of employees, it may be assumed to be their employer, if the work was produced as part of their employment. Linked to models of singular genius and authenticity, the author returns from death after Derrida and asserts its copyright.
Anyone who posts an article to Usenet.
The person, or persons, by whom the work is created.
A large class of individuals (approximately three times as numerous as readers) serving a promotional function in book marketing or providing make-work for editorial interns.
See Personal author.
The principal person(s) or organisation(s) accredited with the writing of a book or article.
The original writer of a book, an article in a journal, a thesis and so on. An author may be an individual, a group of people, a conference, an institution or a corporation.
Person or persons primarily responsible for creating a work product. The member of the inspection team that provides information about the work product during all stages of the inspection process and corrects defects during the rework stage. (Also known as (AKA) "Owner(s)".)
The person or corporate body responsible for the content of a publication - for example the writer of a book, compiler of a bibliography, artist or photographer.
The originator or creator of a written work. This pertains to all publishable works not only in print format, but in software, and other electronic/digital media.
The name, surname and initials of the author(s) responsible for writing the article or paper.
An author is the creator of an artistic, literary, musical or dramatic work in the case of copyright, and in the case of design the person who creates the design.
The person(s) or group responsible for creating, sponsoring or writing a book or other publication. Authors may be editors, compilers, artists, composers, and photographers.
the writer of a book or article. Usually this is one or two people for a book, while a journal article often has several authors. In the case of multiple authors, the first author listed is the one used to search for the article in a catalog or database. ( SEE ALSO Corporate author.)
in a bibliographic reference, contains the name of the author(s), personal or corporate, of a work; the primary statement of responsibility for any bibliographic item.
the person who wrote (or created) something
The person credited with writing an article. An author may or may not be the person who created the article in Extend.
Anyone concerned with the production of a work is known to these systems as an author, although producer might be a better word since they may have only served on an editorial board which was responsible for the work. Material is often written by more than one person, especially in academic subjects. Textbooks, especially, are often produced by committee, and usually no individual name is important enough to be called a Designated Personal Author. The listing of additional authors creates a more complete record and makes something easier to find.
Person by whom copyright work or design is created.
A CMS role: an author gathers, writes and inputs content into the template. Authors can access the channel, postings and itâ€(tm)s corresponding resource gallery.
The person, persons, or corporate body responsible for the writing or compilation of a work. Usually distinguished from an editor, translator, compiler, although these may be regarded as authors.
The author of a work is the person, company or other entity which is deemed to have produced it. The author of a book is the person who wrote it. The author of a website might be one or several people.
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International (and national) law refers to everyone who creates any textual, visual or musical works as an "author". So if we occasionally lump photographers in as "authors" when discussing copyright and, er, authors' rights, we do not mean to offend.
the writer or creator of a book, play, article, etc.
The writer of a book, article, or other text
The creator of an artistic, literary, musical or dramatic work. Back to the Top
The writer of a book or article. The author may be one person, several people, or a "corporate body" such as a government agency, professional association, or company.
The writer of a book or article. Usually this is a person (or perhaps two or three people), but it can also be a government agency, a symposium, a company, or other group that does not necessarily give the name(s) of the people who actually wrote the work.
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The creator of "Intellectual Property" such as literary, musical and dramatic works; choreography; pictorial, graphic and sculptural works; audio/visual works and sound recordings. Therefore, the word author can denote composer, lyricist, record producer, choreographer, artist, photographer, writer or other creator (see "Work for Hire").
In terms of copyright protection, either the person who creates the work, the person or business that pays another to create the work in an employment context or the person or business that commissions the work under a valid work for hire contract. For example, a songwriter may write a song, but if he is employed by a company to do so, the company is the author of that song for copyright purposes.
With literary, musical, dramatic and artistic copyright works, the author is the creator of work in terms of having used his skill, judgement and effort in making the work. As to photographs, it is the person who takes the photographs. For sound recordings and films, it is the person who made the arrangements necessary for the production. As to designs, the author or designer is the person who creates the design. If the design is computer-aided, the designer is the person who made the arrangement necessary for the design. Determining who is the author/designer is important under the Copyright Design and Patents Act 1988 as it determines initial ownership of rights and hence where assignment may be necessary.
Either the person who creates a copyrightable work or the employer of a person who creates a copyrightable work within the scope of employment.
The person(s) who wrote the book, article, etc. One who writes or creates something.
EThe author explains her aims in the preface of the book.
An author is the person who creates a written work, such as a book, story, article, or the like, whether short or long, fiction or nonfiction, poetry or prose, technical or literary. Within copyright law the term "author" is often used for the creator of any work, be it written, painted, sculptured, music, a photograph or a film, and may be a corporation as well an individual.