Relation to other Terminologies in Library Science:
Classification is a vital discipline in the field of library and information science and pervadesall the other sub-fields of library science. Thus, the terminology of library classification is aninteractive terminology. The symbiotic nature of classification and cataloguing has taken a common link in relation to subject indexing terms. Many of the verbal plane rules of classification terminology can also act as rules for cataloguing terminology. In relation to reference service, classification provides the analytic and synthetic framework for; efficient handling of reference work and service. Many of the classification terms can beused! in more or less the same fashion in reference and information work. Thus, a streak of symbiosis' can be seen between the two sub-fields of library science. To a certain extent, management aspects of libraries can be explained using classificatory terminology.
To conclude, classificatory terminology is crucial to the development of the discipline of library science. It can be considered, so to say, that the intellectual framework of library science lies in classificatory terminology.