This article highlights various transliterations of non-Latin graphics into Latin script in the bibliographic databases. The differences between the transliteration and transcription are explained. The bibliographic database examples which apply different conversion rules and standards are presented. Application level of existing guidelines and standards is determined based on conducted research. Relevance of acceptance of standardization system and a single transliteration system on international level is emphasized (pp.100-106).
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