classification scheme

Historical International Standard Classification of Occupations

"Starting in the 1950s the International Labour Office has developed an International Standard Classification of Occupations (isco) allowing classification of occupational activities worldwide. Naturally, this system is not intended to deal with historical information. In recent years, a group of historians and sociologists have started to build upon the 1968 version of isco to create a classification scheme for occupational titles in the 19th and early 20th centuries, called hisco (...).

Schweizerische Operationsklassifikation

"Im Rahmen der Medizinischen Statistik werden jährlich in allen Krankenhäusern und Kliniken der Schweiz sämtliche stationäre Spitalaufenthalte erfasst. Die Erhebung umfasst unter anderem die Diagnosen und Behandlungen jeder Patientin und jedes Patienten. Um diese Informationen weiterverarbeiten zu können, werden sie kodiert. Dazu werden zwei medizinische Klassifikationen verwendet: die ICD-10-GM für die Diagnosen und die CHOP für die Behandlungen. Die Kodierung der Diagnosen und Behandlungen unterliegt präzisen Richtlinien.

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."

Step by Step Classification

"Step by Step Classification (SSC) is a formula-based library classification scheme. The classification number (CN) of a document can be derived based on a single formula CN = I date. Each letter I date is an element representing discipline, area, time, and extra information respectively covered in the text of the classifying document. Each element is prefixed to the respective class number which is useful in locating a document in the library. To provide classification numbers certain devices like NDA, CD, and LDD are provided.

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