classification scheme

Principes de Classement des Documents Musicaux

"Les principes de classement des documents musicaux, souvent abrégées en PCDM, sont un système de classification musicale développé dans les bibliothèques publiques en France depuis 1983, spécialement pour les collections de documents en lien avec la musique. Le schéma de cette classification correspond mieux aux préoccupations du public que la classification décimale de Dewey."

"The principles for classifying musical documents, often abbreviated to PCDM, are a musical classification system developed in public libraries in France since 1983, especially for collections of music-related documents. Public concern than Dewey's decimal classification. "

Plan de Classement de la BSI

"Le plan de classement de la BSI est spécifique. Dès l’origine, il a été choisi de ne pas utiliser les classifications préexistantes, telles que la CDU ou la Dewey. La BSI a donc élaboré son propre outil.

"The BSI classification scheme is specific, and from the outset it has been chosen not to use pre-existing classifications such as CDU or Dewey, so BSI has developed its own tool.

Classification Systématique Brunet-Parguez-Coulouma

"La bibliothèque municipale de Toulouse a testé, en 1971, un cadre de classement systématique élaboré en 1969 par Henri-Jean MARTIN et Guy PARGUEZ destiné à une étude sur l’automatisation du catalogage, par addition d’indices alphanumériques au cadre de la Table méthodique du Manuel du Libraire de Jacques-Charles Brunet (1865). Le contenu est donc celui de l’ancienne «classification des libraires», où les sujets étaient répartis en cinq classes: théologie, droit, sciences et arts, belles-lettres, histoire.

"In 1971, the Toulouse municipal library tested a systematic classification framework developed in 1969 by Henri-Jean MARTIN and Guy PARGUEZ for a study on the automation of cataloging by adding alphanumeric indices to the table frame (1865), the content of the former "classification of booksellers," in which the subjects were divided into five classes: theology, law, science and the arts, belles-lettres, For a decade, the table was used and gradually modified in the presentation and in the content, in conjunction with the cataloging work of the old collection of the WB of Toulouse, then re

ГРНТИ

"ГРНТИ - Государственный рубрикатор научно-технической информации (прежнее наименование - Рубрикатор ГАСНТИ) представляет собой универсальную иерархическую классификацию областей знания, принятую для систематизации всего потока научно-технической информации. На основе Рубрикатора построена система локальных (отраслевых, тематических, проблемных) рубрикаторов в органах научно-технической информации. Настоящее электронное издание является результатом совершенствования типографского издания Рубрикатора 2001 гг..

Classification of Mechanical Puzzles

"A puzzle should be classified by the problem that its designer intended the solver to encounter whilst attempting to solve it. In the case of a 3D interlocking assembly in the form of a cage with a ball in the centre: the fact that the instructions request the would-be solver to 'remove the ball' does not change the 3D assembly into an opening puzzle. The disassembly and/or reassembly of the cage remains the primary function of the puzzle. An interlocking puzzle should be classified according to its interior construction, rather than its outward appearance (e.g.

Julkisten palvelujen luokitus

"Julkisten palvelujen yleinen päätasoluokitus koostuu 27 päätason ja noin 180 alatason luokasta. Luokkien otsikoinnissa käytetyt termit kuvaavat julkisten palvelujen käyttötapauksia ja –tilanteita.
Luokitus on tarkoitettu erityisesti kansalaisille ja yrityksille palveluja tarjoaviin ja niitä kokoaviin verkkopalveluihin ja muihin palvelutietoja sisältäviin järjestelmiin. Verkkopalvelujen esityskerroksessa luokkia voi yhdistellä, tyypillisesti navigointi- ja ryhmittelytarkoituksiin. Tällaisissa yhdistelmäluokissa luokituksen termit säilyvät ennallaan.

"The general classification of public services consists of 27 main levels and about 180 lower-level categories. The terms used in heading headings describe the use of public services and situations.
  The classification is intended specifically for systems and services that provide services to and from citizens and businesses. In the online service presentation platform, categories can be merged, typically for navigation and grouping purposes. In such composite classes, the terms of the classification remain unchanged.

Seed Potato Classification Scheme

"The Seed Potato Classification Scheme (SPCS) provides classification of all potatoes produced and marketed in England and Wales, depending on the class of the parent seed, and the health of the crop and tubers. The aim of the SPCS is to provide assurance that seed potatoes delivered to buyers and growers meet specified minimum health and quality standards."

Institute Library Classification System

"The Institute Library’s classification system is unique. It was created by our first professional librarian, William A. Borden, who served as librarian between 1897- and 1903-1910. After the establishment of the New Haven Free Public Library in 1887, the Institute Library began to withdraw from the public life of the city and focus primarily on expanding and circulating its collection of general-interest and popular literature. The librarian during this period, William A.

Yale Law Library Classification

"This classification is designed solely to serve the purposes of the Yale Law School and its Library. It is published primarily for the use of the Yale Law Library staff now and in the future. In its preparation no thought was given to the question whether or not it might be adopted by other libraries. (...) The basis of procedure was that the classification should serve the Library, rather than that the Library should be bound by a preconceived theoretical classification.

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