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Library and Bibliographic Classification Systems

Library-bibliographical classification systems are a means of reflection and access to the scientific achievements and practices of humanity in the past, present and future.

Library-bibliographical classification systems are also important for the theory of document management and practical informational and documentary activities. Library-bibliographical classification systems are aimed to systematization, search and studying the whole variety of existing types of documents in terms of content, formalities and other characteristics.

As a rule, library-bibliographical classification systems are represented in a set of basic and auxiliary tables, an alphabetical index and an application methodology.


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