Classification terminology - library management, Other Management

SOURCES OF CLASSIFICATION TERMINOLOGY:

The following are sources for classification terminology :

a) ALA Glossary of Library Terms; 1956

b) BLISS (H E), Bibliographic Classification; 1-11, 1952

c) RANGANATHAN (S R)

i) Classification and Communication; 1951
ii) The Series on Common Isolates (Review of Documentation, 23-25; 1956-57)
iii) Prolegomena to Library Classification; Ed 2, 1957
iv) Classified Catalogue Code; Ed 5, 1964
v) Library Classification Glossary (Annals of Library Science, 5; 1958; 76-112)
vi) Colon Classification; Ed 6, 1959 and Ed 7, 1987
vii) Elements of Library Classification; Ed 3, 1961
viii) Notational Plane: Interpolation and Extrapolation. (Annals of Library Science. 10; 1963; 1-13)•

d) SAYERS (W C Berwick)

i) Manual of Classification; Ed 3, 1955
ii) Introduction to Library Classification; Ed 9, 1958

e) VICKERY (B Q. Faceted Classification.

f) WANGER (Frank S). Dictionary of Documentation Terms. (American Documentation 11'; 1960; 102-119).

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