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Systematik der Niedersächsischen Bibliographie

"Die Niedersächsische Bibliographie ist eine Regionalbibliographie für die Bundesländer Niedersachsen und Bremen. Sie enthält Nachweise der Literatur über diese Länder und ihre Regionen seit dem Berichtsjahr 1966."

"The Lower Saxon Bibliography is a regional bibliography for the states of Lower Saxony and Bremen. It contains references to the literature on these countries and their regions since the year 1966."

Systematik Themen der Hamburg-Bibliographie

"Die Hamburg-Bibliographie dokumentiert alle Literatur, ob gedruckt oder elektronisch, die sich auf Hamburg und Hamburger Persönlichkeiten bezieht. Sie weist Bücher, Zeitschriften und Serien, Karten und Atlanten, Aufsätze und Zeitungsartikel nach."

"The Hamburg bibliography documents all literature, whether printed or electronic, referring to Hamburg and personalities from Hamburg. It has books, magazines and series, maps and atlases, essays and periodicals."

Systematik der Bayerischen Bibliographie

"Die Bayerische Bibliographie ist die größte Landesbibliographie im deutschsprachigen Raum. Sie weist möglichst vollständig alle deutsch- und fremdsprachigen Publikationen nach, die einen Bezug zu Bayern haben."

"The Bavarian Bibliography is the largest national bibliography in the German-speaking world. It compares as completely as possible all German and foreign-language publications, which have a relation to Bavaria."

Humord

"Humord er en norsk tesaurus for humaniora og samfunnsvitenskap med tilgrensende fagområder. Humord er også et indekseringssamarbeid innen rammene av biblioteksystemet BIBSYS."

"A thesaurus that originates from the humanities and social sciences, but has grown to cover most subjects. The vocabulary contains 17956 concepts, with terms in Norwegian Bokmål only. Mapping to Dewey is an ongoing project."

Billings Classification

"The Billings Classification is a subject classification developed by John Shaw Billings in 1899. It was not an abstract experiment in the mapping of human knowledge, but rather a system devised specifically for the optimum arrangement of the Library’s collections. Dr. Billings envisioned a layout for the building, and while his classification scheme was in fact a division of human intellectual achievement into various subject areas designated by letter codes varying in number (usually three), it was fashioned in such a way as to maximize access to the unique holdings of the Library.

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