Classification Made Simple (2ND)

Classification Made Simple (2ND)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   ix
Introduction xi
What is Classification? 1 (3)
Classification in an Information System 4 (4)
Complexity of subjects 5 (1)
Hierarchical and faceted classification 5 (3)
compared
Faceted Classification 8 (17)
Definition 8 (1)
Illustrative scheme for a brewing company: 8 (1)
analysis --- grouping --- notation 8 (1)
The process of classification 9 (1)
The initial steps involved in compiling a 9 (2)
faceted scheme
Illustrative faceted scheme for a real 11 (2)
estate agent's records
Analysis 13 (1)
Grouping 13 (1)
Notation 14 (1)
Order in array 14 (2)
The impact of citation order --- filing 16 (3)
order
Differentiation between facets 19 (4)
The index and introduction 23 (1)
The complete scheme --- compilation 23 (2)
procedure: analysis --- grouping ---
order in array --- citation order ---
schedule order --- notation --- index ---
introduction
Practical Examples of Faceted Classification 25 (15)
Schemes
Classification of machine bolts 25 (1)
CI/SfB Construction Indexing Manual 26 (5)
and Uniclass 28 (3)
London Classification of Business Studies 31 (2)
Colon Classification 33 (3)
Broad System of Ordering (BSO) 36 (4)
Hierarchical Classification 40 (6)
Definition --- method of compilation 40 (1)
Order in array 41 (1)
Citation order 41 (1)
Notation 41 (1)
Index 42 (1)
Process of classification 43 (1)
Complexity of hierarchical schemes 43 (3)
Practical Examples of Hierarchical 46 (13)
Enumerative Classification Schemes
Classification for office organization 46 (1)
Guildhall classification for local material 47 (1)
ACM Computing Classification System 48 (1)
Dewey Decimal Classification 49 (4)
Library of Congress Classification 53 (6)
The Use of Synthesis in a Basically 59 (4)
Enumerative Scheme
Auxiliary tables --- number building 59 (1)
Practical examples of synthesis in a 59 (1)
basically enumerative scheme
Bibliographic Classification 59 (2)
Dewey Decimal Classification 61 (2)
Synthesis Grafted on to an Enumerative Scheme 63 (5)
Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) 63 (2)
Bibliographic Classification. Revised 65 (3)
edition
Advantages and Disadvantages of Faceted and 68 (2)
Enumerative Classification
Faceted 68 (1)
Enumerative 68 (2)
More about Notation 70 (12)
Uniqueness 70 (1)
Simplicity 70 (1)
Brevity 71 (1)
Hospitality 71 (1)
Flexibility 72 (1)
Expressiveness 72 (1)
Retroactive notation 72 (2)
Practical examples of notation 74 (1)
Uniform length, pure notation with unique 74 (2)
identification of individual item --- from
the NATO Codification System
Hospitality --- from the Library of 76 (1)
Congress Classification
Flexibility --- from the London Education 77 (1)
Classification
Expressiveness --- from Uniclass 78 (1)
Non-expressiveness --- from the British 78 (1)
Catalogue of Music Classification
Retroactive notation --- from the British 79 (1)
Catalogue of Music Classification
Retroactive notation --- from the Bliss 79 (1)
Bibliographic Classification --- Revised
edition
Retroactive notation --- from the Dewey 80 (2)
Decimal Classification
More about Schedule and Citation Order 82 (4)
Citation order the reverse of schedule 82 (1)
order --- general before special
Facet formulae 83 (1)
Sub-facets 84 (2)
Other Features of Classification Schemes 86 (3)
The generalia class 86 (1)
Literary warrant 86 (1)
Main class order 87 (2)
The Relationship between Classification and 89 (14)
Alphabetical Authority Lists of Indexing
Terms --- the Compilation of Thesauri
Use of classification in alphabetical 89 (1)
indexing --- relationship with
classification
Authority lists and controlled languages 90 (2)
Construction of sample thesaurus 92 (5)
Practical examples of faceted 97 (1)
classification schemes combined with
thesauri
London Education Classification 97 (1)
Thesaurofacet 98 (1)
London Classification of Business Studies 99 (4)
Abbreviations in thesauri --- BSI Root 100(3)
Thesaurus
Classification as a Search Tool 103(17)
Use of authority lists and thesauri 103(2)
Boolean searching and full text databases 105(2)
Use of classification schedule 107(3)
Chain procedure 110(2)
PRECIS and COMPASS 112(1)
Systems with multiple search options 113(4)
Conclusion 117(3)
Classification and the Internet 120(12)
Use of classification by search engines 120(3)
Use of conventional classification schemes 123(3)
Online thesauri 126(1)
Online public access catalogue (OPACs) 126(2)
Classification of electronic documents 128(1)
Classification schemes as aids to 128(1)
searching
Automatic classification 129(1)
Conclusion 130(2)
Conclusion 132(5)
Bibliography 137(4)
Index 141