Modes of formation of subjects, Other Management

In order to give unique co-extensive representation to each subject in the UoS, the classificationist has to ascertain the various attributes - infinite, turbulently dynamic, continuum, manifold multidimensional quality, different modes of formation of subjects, etc., in the UoS that affect library classification. While many of the above mentioned attributes are self-explanatory, the attribute "modes of formation of subjects" is complex and hence a detailed discussion is provided in this section. 

The modes of formation of subjects that have been recognised are.


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Details regarding each of the modes are discussed, in the succeeding sub-sections.

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