scientific library

Yale Library Classification

"The beginning of the subject-classification system - books arranged by subject according to a classification schedule - is dated, rather too precisely, as 1890, because in that year the second library building (Chittenden Hall) was opened. The first library building, originally containing about 20,000 volumes, had reached its capacity of some 200,000 volumes in less than fifty years. The necessity of expanding into a second building made the year 1890 a natural time for making a radical change, which had undoubtedly been contemplated for several years.

Widener System

"Note that Widener uses two separate classification systems to shelve books: the Old Widener System and the Library of Congress System indicated by call numbers that begin with WID-LC. (...) In the Old Widener System, call numbers contain whole numbers and are separated by periods that do not confer a decimal value. (...) In Library of Congress WID-LC Classes, call numbers are separated by periods that do confer a decimal value."

Systematik der Zentralbibliothek der Hochschule Ludwigshafen am Rhein

"Ein kleiner Teil der Bestände der Zentralbibliothek ist nach der (...) früheren Systematik der Zentralbibliothek aufgestellt. Es handelt sich hierbei um ältere, nur noch schwach genutzte und deshalb in unser geschlossenes Magazin ausgelagerte Medieneinheiten. (...) Diese frühere Systematik der Zentralbibliothek ist für unsere Klassifizierungsarbeit heute nicht mehr relevant.

"A small part of the library's holdings are organized according to the (...) earlier system of the central library, which is an older, only weakly used media unit, which is therefore moved into our closed magazine the central library is for our classification work today no longer relevant additions are classified rather since mid-2012, according to the Regensburg classification (RVK) and -. as the majority of the reclassified to RVK stocks our university library - freely accessible even after this system of order ".

Field of Science and Technology Classification

"Statistical units in the PNP sector are classified into the six major fields of science and technology suggested in UNESCO’s 'Recommendation Concerning the International Standardisation of Statistics on Science and Technology' (1978). (...) While the major fields of science and technology are clearly defined, the level of disaggregation within each component field is left to each country. (...) The criterion for classification is the major field of science in which most of the R&D activity is undertaken.

Proposed International Standard Nomenclature for Fields of Science and Technology

"The Proposed international standard nomenclature for fields of science and technology was proposed in 1973 and 1974 by the Division of Science Policy and Statistics for Science and Technology of UNESCO and adopted by the Scientific Advisory Committee. This is a classification system widely used in knowledge management of research projects and dissertations. Categories are divided into three hierarchical levels: Fields: Refering to general sections. Encoded with two digits and comprises several disciplines. Disciplines: Provide an overview of specialty groups in Science and Technology.

Der neue Systematische Katalog der Universitätsbibliothek Berlin

"Im Jahre 1975 wurde der Systematische Katalog der Universitätsbibliothek Berlin (...) abgebrochen, da er eine den Anforderungen von Lehre und Forschung gerecht werdende Sacherschließung in weiten Teilen nicht mehr zuließ. Es wurde festgelegt, den neuen Systematische Katalog auf der Grundlage der sowjetischen Bibliothekarisch-Bibliographischen Klassifikation aufzubauen.

"In 1975, the Systematic Catalog of the University Library of Berlin (...) was aborted, as it did not allow a materialization of the material to meet the requirements of teaching and research.

Systematische Übersicht über den Katalog der Dissertationen, Programme und Broschüren

"Der sogenannte 'Strumpfbandkatalog' für Dissertationen, Programme und Broschüren erfasste Literatur bis Erscheinungsjahr 1935, in 44 Systematikgruppen. Innerhalb dieser waren die Titel alphabetisch eingeordnet. Er umfasst insgesamt 1.200 Bändchen mit ca. 586.000 Titeln. Den seltsam anmutenden Namen erhielt der Katalog nach der ursprünglichen Form, wobei die Titelnachweise auf Papierstreifen zwischen Pappe durch ein starkes Gurtband (deswegen 'Strumpfband') zusammengehalten wurden."

"The so - called" garter catalog "for dissertations, programs and brochures covered literature up to the year 1935, into 44 systematic groups, within which the titles were arranged in alphabetical order. It comprises a total of 1,200 volumes with approximately 586,000 titles. The odd-looking name was given to the catalog according to its original form, with the titles on paper strips between cardboard being held together by a strong webbing (therefore 'garter'). "

System des Real-Katalogs der Universitätsbibliothek zu Heidelberg

"Die „Zangemeister-Signaturen” gehen auf den Heidelberger Oberbibliothekar Karl Zangemeister zurück, der die Universitätsbibliothek von 1873-1902 leitete. Er teilte den gesamten Bestand in systematische Fachgruppen ein. Der Altbestand der Bibliothek ist noch heute nach diesem System aufgestellt."

"The" Zangemeister signatures "go back to Heidelberg's chief librarian, Karl Zangemeister, who headed the University Library from 1873 to 1902. He divided the entire collection into systematic specialist groups. The old stock of the library is still set up according to this system. "

Nederlandse Basisclassificatie

"De Nederlandse basisclassificatie (NBC) is een van oorsprong Nederlands bibliotheek classificatie-schema speciaal ontwikkeld voor wetenschappelijke bibliotheken. Deze classificatie is eind 80-er jaren ontwikkeld onder leiding van de Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Nederland), in gebruik sinds 1990 en wordt sindsdien bijgewerkt.

"The Dutch Basic Classification (NBC) is originally a Dutch library classification scheme developed for academic libraries. This rating is late 80's developed under the leadership of the Royal Library (Netherlands), in use since 1990 and has since been updated.

Llista d'encapçalaments de matèria en català

"La Llista d'encapçalaments de matèria en català (LEMAC) és un llenguatge controlat emprat per a la catalogació temàtica o indexació dels documents. Conté els registres d'autoritat de matèria adaptats dels Library of Congress subject headings (LCSH) i els procedents de la traducció de la Lista de encabezamientos de materia para bibliotecas de Carmen Rovira i Jorge Aguayo publicada en edició preliminar pel Servei de Biblioteques de la Generalitat de Catalunya l'any 1988.

"The list of subject headings in Catalan (LEMAC) is a controlled language used for cataloging and indexing of documents theme. It contains records subject authority adapted the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) and from the translation of the list of subject headings for Libraries Carmen and Jorge Rovira Aguayo preliminary edition published by the Library Service of the Government of Catalonia in 1988.