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175 Problems of Choice of Classification Systems
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Items on this class as the base themeLosee, R.M. – How to study classification systems and their appropriateness for individual institutions (Lang.: eng). - In: Cat.& Classif.Quart. Vol. 19. No. 3/4. 1995. p.45-58. Answers to questions concerning individual library decisions to adopt classification systems are important in understanding the effectiveness of libraries but are difficult to provide. Measures of classification system performance are discussed, as are d. ifferent methodologies that may be used to seek answers, ranging from formal or philosophical models to quantitative experimental techniques and qualitative methodsVilliers, L.de. – Online subject retrieval on CPALS: help us choose! (Lang.: eng). - In: Cape Librarian. Vol. 39, No. 9. 1995. p.34-5. Help is sought to decide on a system of subject headings for the Library Service of the Western Cape in South Africa.Traiser, W. – Die Deutsche Bibliothek und die Basisklassifikation [The German Library and the (Dutch) Basis Classification] (Lang.: ger). - In: Dialog Bibl. Vol. 7. No. 2. 1995. p.37-44. "Report on the present considerations of using the Dutch classification system ""Basisklassifikation"" for the requests of the German Library."Irwin, D.. – Local systems and authority control (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalog.& Classif.Quart.Vol. 16 No. 2. 1993. p.55-69.
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