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Wessex Annotated Subject Heading Index

"This annotated index to the Wessex Classification Scheme was produced primarily for cataloguers within the SWIMS Network (formerly SWRLIN) Cataloguing Co-operative. The Classification Scheme has been adopted by other library networks in the UK and is widely used. Each indexing term in the annotated index refers to a suggested classification number or numbers within the Wessex Scheme. The index, however, should never be used as a classification tool on its own.

Wessex Classification Scheme

"The Wessex Classification Scheme is a revision of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) schedules incorporating current UK medical and health practice. The scheme was originally created by the librarians of the Wessex Regional Library and Information Network (WRLIN) and is now overseen by a working group of the SWIMS Network and other users of the scheme."

Index der Basler Bibliographie zur Historischen Musikpraxis

"Die Basler Bibliographie unterscheidet sich von anderen musikbezogenen Bibliographie-Datenbanken (z.B. RILM, BMS) vor allem durch ihre Disposition (kurz: Index). Mit ihr werden die erfassten Titel genau umschriebenen Themenbereichen zugeordnet. Diese Disposition wurde in die digitale Version übernommen und steht für die Recherche zur Verfügung. So können Themenbereiche auf unvergleichlich präzise Weise eingegrenzt werden."

"The Basle Bibliography differs from all other music-oriented bibliography databases (e.g., RILM, BMS) above all due to its classification scheme (i.e., Index). With it, the recorded titles are assigned to precisely defined subject areas. This classification scheme was taken over into the digital version and can be used for searches. In this way, subject areas can be circumscribed with unparalleled precision."

Thésaurus ArchiRès

"Le thésaurus ArchiRès a été élaboré par le réseau documentaire des écoles d’architecture. Il constitue un outil de travail pour les indexeurs (documentalistes, bibliothécaires) et les usagers des centres de documentation en architecture. Il permet une indexation globale et homogène de l’information reçue: livres, articles de périodiques, travaux d’étudiants, rapports, documents électroniques, etc.

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