Free indexing language, Humanities

Free Indexing Language 

It is the nature of free indexing that any word or term-that suits the subject may be assigned as a subject heading in catalogue or as an indexing term. The terms may be human assigned or computer assigned although free language indexing is commonly used in the computer produced subject  catalogues or indexes. The computer generates the list, by indexing under  every word  which is provided, unless if is instructed not to do so.  

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