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Works of Dr. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan (S.R. Ranganathan) need no introduction. They are renowned not because they cover certain facet of library and information science, but because they have been written by the father of library science in india, Dr. Ranganathan. These library science classics have been reprinted to make Dr. Ranganathan's work available to the current generation of librarians and for those to come. The ideas contained in this book form the foundation of subject classification and the book is S.R. Ranganathan's magnum opus in that field. "A most precise, theoretical, practical, and comparative exposition of library classification theory ... intensely original. It is not within my space here to say in what ways it over-rode many of the obstacles to real understanding of the art of analyzing and assembling books; that the student will discover by the rewarding study of the book itself" (In Preface to edition 2 by W.C. Berwick Sayers). In the present digital age, Ranganathan's ideas on subject classification provide guidelines for the organization of knowledge in whatever medium, including digital, audio, video forms and the www, that knowledge may be embodied . "... in homage to Ranganathan, I believe he, more than any other scholar of our discipline, has striven to establish classification upon a scientific foundation." (Dr. Elaine Svenonius, former Professor, UCLA, in Libri, v.42, No. 3 (1992); p. 176)
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Book Description Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. 3rd edition. Contents: PART -A Introduction Chap AA Preface to Edition 2 by Sayers AB Genesis of Edition 1 (1937) AC Development of Edition 2 (1957) AD Development of Edition 3 (1967) AE Features of Edition 3 (1967) PART -B Summary of Normative Principles BA List of Normative Principles BB List of Canons BC List of Postulates and Principles for Facet Sequence BD List of Principles for Helpful Sequence BE List of Devices PART -C Basic Concepts and Terminology of Classification CA Diagrammatic Approach CB Entity and Universe. CC Division and Group CD Assortment and Class CE Array. Order of Class and of Array CF Chain of Classes CG Measure of Rank CH Filiatory Sequence CJ Analogy of Family of Siddhas CK Analogy of Sorting Boxes CL Scheme of Classis CM Scheme and Schedule for Classification CN Continuous Infinite Universe CP Meaning of Classification CQ Classificationist and Classifier CR Terminology Concerning Ideas CS Sub-Universe of Isolates CT Species of Classification for Subjects CU Enumerative Classification CV Almost-Enumerative Classification CW Almost -Faceted Classification CX Rigidly-Faceted Classification CY Freely-Faceted Classification PART-D Normative Principles DA Levels of Normative Principles DB Laws of Library Science DC Laws of Interpretation DD Law of Impartiality DE Law of Symmetry DF Law of Parsimony DG Law of Local Variation DH Law of Osmosis PART-E Canons for Work in the Idea Plane EA Canons for Idea Plane EB Canons for Characteristic EC Differentiation ED Relevance EE Ascertainability EF Permanence EG Canons for Succession of Characteristics EH Concomitance EJ Relevant Succession EK Consistent Succession EL Canons for Array EM Exhaustiveness EN Exclusiveness EP Helpful Sequence EQ Consistent Sequence ER Canons for Chain ES Decreasing Extension ET Modulation EU canons for Filiatory Sequence PART--F Principles for Helpful Sequence FA List of Principles FB Later-in-Time FC Later in Evolution FD Spatial Contiguity FE Quantitative Measure FF Increasing Complexity FG Canonical Sequence FH Literary Warrant FJ Alphabetical Sequence PART--G Canons for Work in the Verbal Plane GA Introduction GB Context GC Enumeration GD Currency GE Reticence PART -H Notational Plane HA Need for Notational System HB Qualities of Notational System HC Terminology for Notational System HD Capacity of Notational System HE Group Notational System PART-J Canons for Work in the Notational Plane JA Introduction JB Synonym in the Notation al System JC Homonym in the Notational System JD Relativity Vs Uniformity JE Hierarchy Vs Non-Hierarchy JF Mixedness Vs Purity JG Faceted Vs Non-Faceted Notation JH Co-Extensiveness Vs Under-Extensiveness PART -K Canons for Mnemonics KA General Mnemonics KB Alphabetical Mnemonics KC Scheduied Mnemonics KD Systematic Mnemonics KE Seminal Mnemonics PART -L Notational System for a Growing Universe LA Problem in the Notational System for a Growing Universe LB Canons fro Hospitality in Array LC Extrapolation in Array LD Interpolation in Array LE Canons for Hospitality in Chain LF Extrapolation in Chain LG Interpolation in Chain PART -M Planes of Work MA Three Planes of Work MB Work in the Verbal Plane MC Work in the Notational MD Work in the Idea Plane ME Master and Servant Relation PART--N Foci in an Array NA Five Devices NB Chronological Device NC Geographical Device ND Subject Device NE Alphabetical Device NF Enumeration Device PART--P Formation, Structure, and Development of Subjects PA Introduction PB Dissection PC Lamination PD Denudation PE Loose Assemblage PF Superimposition PG Dichotomy PH Decachotomy PJ Polychotomy PK Proliferation PL Grafting PM Development of the Universe of Subject PART-- Q Classification as Transformation QA Parameter and Dimension QB Analogy of Transformation and Mapping QC Mapping the Universe of Professors of One Characteristic QD Mapping the Universe of Professors Printed Pages: 640. Seller Inventory # 58928
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