Classification: Its Kinds, Elements, Systems and Applications

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Bowker, 1992 - Classification - 84 pages
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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the precepts & practices of classification. In the first of two sections, the fundamentals of classification such as "logical liaison" are addressed. Further essays treat classification methods within specific disciplines, such as science & philosophy. The remainder of the book concentrates on bibliographic classification schemes & their applications, such as searching, catalogs, reference works & computers. Each section contains a bibliography & a glossary of major terms.

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