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Construction of Depth Version of Colon Classification
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Colon Classification: An Overview 1. Presented by, Ms. Sarika Meher Library trainee, BPCL NITR 2. S.R. Ranganathan, the author of CC, was well aware that a scheme of classification should be able to meet the challenge of ever growing universe of knowledge and it should be able to accommodate, at an appropriate place, any new subject witho. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan (S.R.R.) (listen (help info) 12 August – 27 September ) was a mathematician and librarian from India. His most notable contributions to the field were his five laws of library science and the development of the first major faceted classification system, the colon classification. He is considered to be the father of library science, documentation, and.
Classification helps in arrangement of books in library. Colon classification is analytic synthetic classification. It is the process of first analyzing the specific subject and at last stage synthesizing the class number which makes the CC an analytic Synthetic classification. By using our algorithm a readymade class number can be generated. Read more Colon classification Pdf Book Download. Categories CC(colon classification) Tags cc book, cc book downlaod, cc free book, cc free pdf book, cc pdf book, colon classification book, colon classification pdf, Colon classification Pdf Book Download 4 Comments.
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Construction of depth version of Colon classification. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern, © (OCoLC) Online version: Gopinath, M.A. (Malur Aji), Construction of depth version of Colon classification.
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Colon Classification (CC) by M.P. Satija. Table of contents: 1. Introduction 2. A brief history of the editions of Colon Classification 3. Three versions of Colon Classification Version 1(): rigidly faceted era Version 2 (): analytico-synthetic era Version 3 (): freely faceted era 4.
Features of the CC. Meaning of depth classification: To Ranganathan, depth-classification is ‘a scheme of classification fitted to reach co-extensiveness and expressiveness in the classification of micro thoughts having many rounds and levels of facets and isolates of high orders in any or all of them (Ranganathan, ).
A schedule of depth classification scheme can be developed by. Colon classification (CC) is a system of library classification developed by S. was the first ever faceted (or analytico-synthetic) first edition was published in Since then, six more editions have been published.
It is especially used in libraries in India. Its name "colon classification" comes from the use of colons to separate facets in class numbers. The main purpose of the book is to help the Colon Classification students to fully learn the practice of the CC.
It is a student-oriented be thorough, deep, well-illustrated and lucid has been the objective and raison d'etre of writing the book. Continued teaching of the Colon Classification, sixth edition (CC-6, ) in library. Title & Author Format Holdings Editions From To; The colon classification by Ranganathan, S.
(Shiyali Ramamrita), DDC/LCC: An introduction to colon classification by Batty, C. DDC/LCC: Decimal classification and colon classification in perspective by Parkhi, Raghunath Shatanand DDC/LCC: C.
Colon Classification (CC): Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan (), a mathematician turned librarian and the father of library science in India was the creator of colon classification.
The first edition of colon classification was published in Subsequently the other editions appeared in, and Hisar – Sanjay Book Depot Fawara Chock, Near Jaat Collage Hisar, Bihar Patna – Janki parkashan, Ashok Rajpath Rd, Chauhatta, Patna, * Colon Classification its generic and development.
A note prepared by S.R. Ranganthan. (Fifty Years of Experience in the Development of Colon Classification) 3. Charm of Classification All the branches of Library Science were interesting.
But, Classification truely charmed me. 3 GOPINATH(MA). Construction of depth version of colon classification: a manual.
Wiley Eastern; New Delhi. P 4 RANGANATHAN (S R). Design of depth classification: Methodology. Library Science with a slant to Documentation.
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Full text of "Colon Classification". answers graded exercises given in part I of the Book. In addition to these graded exercises and their answers, the book provides about solved examples on different subjects.
Being a practical manual, the book need to be osed in association with CC-7 (Basic and Depth Version), volume 1: schedules for classification. The version at stage 2 is intended to give the more elaborate schedules necessary for the Depth Classification of Micro Thought embodied in articles in learned periodicals.
Minute or depth classification of such articles is nece,sary to enable the library profession to play its role in the development of research. The. Examples of faceted classifications Colon classification for library materials.
The Colon Classification developed by S. Ranganathan is an example of general faceted classification designed to be applied to all library materials. In the Colon Classification system, a book is assigned a set of values from each independent facet.
This facet formula uses punctuation marks and symbols. Book classification takes care of representing form in the all Number (A C number by which a book is called for particularly a closed access library).
The numbers representing the forms of books are called form divisions. They are also known as common sub-divisions or common-isolates. DEPTH CLASSIFICATION (I) (Continued from the Annals part ofthe Abgila, 3, ) ABSTRACT CLASSIFICATION S.
Ranganathan (Estimates the versatility of DC due to its decimal fraction notation, and of UDC due to its provision for peripheral facets and phases. Traces the failure of UDC to its rigid DC core.
Mentions the establishment of a grammar. Rajendra Kumbhar, in Library Classification Trends in the 21st Century, Use in classification of web pages.
Challenges of classification of the web and usefulness of theoretical foundation of a bibliographic classification for the construction of a classification scheme for the web are discussed by Mai (b).Most automatic classifications face the problem of a fixed number of categories. classification.
Phillips, in his Primer of book classification, cites the following example from Dewey. Eggs and nutrition, physiology as food, domestic economy hygiene cookery Easter, folklore ornithology painting medium poultry farming The phenomenon has led classificationists.
Automatic book classification, i.e. the construction of a call number by computer, has been one of the dreams of library professionals. After the emergence of computers and, more particularly, after the development of artificial intelligence, the hopes of success in automatic classification .Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : S.
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