classification schedule

classification schedule

n
(Library Science & Bibliography) library science the printed scheme of a system of classification
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The Subject Headings in this edition of ABPR Annual Cumulative edition reflect the changes and additions of those in the 23rd edition of the Dewey Decimal Classification Schedule.
Monographs: Books that are typically classified in the Library of Congress classification schedule at ML or MT.
The volleybelles will next face Indonesia at the close of their classification schedule on Saturday, and Valdez said that they will still go all out despite virtually making the quarterfinals already.
The agreement includes the establishment of a salary schedule for all support staff classifications and adds a $1.05-per-hour increase to the base of each classification schedule in year one with a 55-cents-per-hour increase in years two and three.
Verify the relevancy of the class/subclasses by using the Classification Schedule in the Manual of Classification.
Appended are: (1) Junior Colour Code classification schedule; and (2) The VSO ECOE Programme.
Library of Congress has assigned Queer Ricans to the class of publications dealing with "homosexuality" in the United States, part of a larger class in the classification schedule for sociology that is subdivided on the basis of geographic locale; for the moment, only Jose Roman del Puentes's 1986 El homosexualismo en Puerto Rico: crimen, pecado o enfermedad?
Disclosure would include certification that the horse was free of anabolic steroids or "any drug, medication, substance, or metabolic derivative of any substance identified in the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority's classification schedule for drugs and medications" or "any other substance which may potentially alter the condition or performance" of the horse.
It is necessary to distinguish here the printed index from the classification schedule and the much fuller index that may be provided to the collection of a given library system or to a special bibliography or national bibliography.
(13) As any cataloger will probably agree, some books are easy to catalog because they clearly treat a single well-established topic with a corresponding subject heading and a class number in the classification schedule. Others, especially those on interdisciplinary topics in emerging areas, require more interpretation by the cataloger to fit them into existing subject headings and class schedules.
She chaired the Subject Analysis Committee subcommittee that reviewed the new Dewey Decimal Classification schedule for computer science.
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