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access point
Name, Term or code used as search keySEE ALSO : HEADING
ACCESS POINT PROVISION
THE ACT OF CREATING ACCESS POINTS
ADMINISTRATIVE METADATA
TYPE OF METADATA PROVIDES INFORMATION ON MANAGEMENT OF OBJECT OR DATA
ADDED ENTRY
ADDITIONAL ACCESS POINTSEE ALSO: MAIN ENTRY
ALPHABETICAL CATALOG
SEE ALSO: DICTIONARY CATALOG
ALPHABETICAL SPECIFIC CATALOG
CAT CONTAINING SUBJECT ENTRIES BASED ON SPECIFIC AND DIRECT ENTRY.
ALPHABETICO-CLOSED CATALOG
SUBJECT CATALOG USING BROAD SUBJECTS AND A SUBDIVIDED HIERARCHY BY TOPIC.ENTRIES ON EACH LEVEL OF HIGHERARCHY ARE ALSO ALPHABETICAL.
ANALYTICAL ENTRY
A RECORD FOR PART OF A LARGER ITEM FOR WHICH A COMPREHENSIVE RECORD IS ALSO MADE.
AREA
SECTION OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONCONTAINING DATA ELEMENTS OF A PARTICULAR CATEGORY OR CATEGORIESSEE: ELEMENT
ARRAY
GROUP OF COORDINATE SUBJECTS ON SAME LEVEL OF HIGHERARCHICAL STRUCTURE. (ORANGES AND APPLES FOR EXAMPLE -- BUT NOT CITRUS FRUIT (WHICH IS ONE LEVEL HIGHER))
ANALITICO-SYNTHETIC CLASSIFICATION
SEE: FACETED CLASSIFICATION
AUTHOR NUMBER
SEE ALSO : CUTTER NUMBER
AUTHOR TITLE ADDED ENTRY
AN ADDED ENTRY USED TO RELATE AN AUTHOR TO A LARGER BODY OF WORK OR PARTS OF A SERIESSEE ALSO: NAME-TITLE ADDED ENTRY
AUTHOR TITLE REFERENCE
SEE: NAME TITLE REFERENCE
AUTHORITY CONTROL
MAINTAINING CONSISTENCY ACROSS ACCESS POINTS IN CATALOG.
AUTHORITY FILE
COLLECTION OF AUTHORITY RECORDS
AUTHORITY RECORD
A printed or machine-readable record of the decision made concerning the authoritative form of a name (personal or corporate), uniform title, series title, or subject used as a heading in a library catalog or file of bibliographic records, listed in an authority file governing the application of headings to new items as they are added to the library collection.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL
PROCESS OF MAKING INFORMATION READILY RETRIEVABLE THROUGH ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT OF DATA
BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASE
COLLECTION OF MACHINE-READABLE BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
BIB DESCRIPTION CONTAINS: TITLE, STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITYPUBLICATION DATAPHYSICAL DESCRIPTIONAND STANDARD NUMBERS THAT UNIQUELY IDENTIFY ITEM
BIBLIOGRAPHIC FILE
COLLECTION OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD
CONTAINS INFO ON IDENTIFICATION, PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND SUBJECT ACCESS INFORMATION.IN CATALOG: CALLED CATALOG RECORD
BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCE
TANGIBLE OR INTANGIBLE ITEM USED AS BASIS FOR BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC UTILITY
NETWORK PROVIDING DATA BASED ON MARC INFORMATION OR METADATA
BIOGRAPHIC HEADING
(AKA : CLASS OF PERSON'S HEADING) SUBDIVISION USED IN BIOGRAPHIES CONSISTS OF NAMES OF CLASS OF PEOPLE WITH INCREASINGLY SPECIFIC SUBDIVISIONS.
CLASSED CATALOG
A subject catalog in which entries are filed in the notational order of a pre-established classification system, with bibliographic records under as many subject headings as apply to the content of each item.
CLASSIFICATION
LOGICAL SYSTEM FOR ARRAINGEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
CLASSIFICATIONIST
ONE WHO DESIGNS CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS OF STUDIES PHILOSOPHY OF CLASSIFICATION
CLASSIFIER
ONE WHO ASSIGNS A SYSTEM TO A BODY OF KNOWLEDGE OR COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
CLASSIFIY
1) TO ARRANGE ITEMS ACCORDING TO A CLASSIFICATION SCHEME2) TO ASSIGN CLASS NUMBER TO INDIVIDUAL ITEM
CLOSE CLASSIFICATION
1)PROVIDES FOR MINUTE SUBDIVISION OF TOPICS2) THE ACT OF ARRANGING ITEMS IN SUCH A SYSTEM
COEXTENSIVE HEADING
SUBJECT HEADING THAT REPRESENTS EXACTLY (WITH ABSOLUTE PRECISION) THE CONTENTS OF A WORK.
COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHY
WORK CONSISTING OF TWO OR MORE LIFE HISTORIES
COMPILER
1) ONE WHO SELECTS WORKS OF VARIOUS PERSONS OR CORP. BODIES TO COMPRISE A COLLECTION.
COMPLETELY REVISED SCHEDULE
USED IN DEWEY: NEW SCHEDULE DEVELOPMENT IN SPECIFIC DISCIPLINE
COMPOUND SURNAME
SURNAME CONSIST OF TWO OR MORE PROPER NAMES WITH OR WITHOUT HYPHEN.
content designation
codes in MARC-21 record for identifying a unit of information (subfield code for example).
continuation
supplement or continuance of monograph,series or serial
controlled vocabulary
use of authorized subset of language as indexing terms
Conventional name
name other than proper name of coperate body, or thing is known (nickname)
Conventional Title
Title of work chosen from multiple titles for purposes of colocationALSO: UNIFORM TITLE
COOPERATIVE CATALOGING\ SHARED CATALOGING
SYSTEM OF STANDARDIZED CATALOGING PRACTICES ALLOWING FOR SHARING OF CATALOGING DUTIES AND INFORMATION
COPY CATALOGING
ADAPTING EXISTING CATALOG PREPARED BY ANOTHER LIBRARY OR AGENCY
CORPORATE BODY
ORGANIZATION IDENTIFIED BY A PARTICULAR NAME.
CORE RECORD
TYPE OF CATALOGING THAT CONTAINS ONLY ESSENTIAL INFORMATION AS DEFINED BY PCC
CROSS CLASSIFICATION
AN ERROR OCCURING WHEN the assignment of two different class numbers to works on the same subject, an accident most likely to happen when the works deal with two or more characteristics (facets) of the subject in the same class.
CUTTER \ CUTTER NUMBER
SYSTEM FOR DISTINGUISHING WORKS ON SAME TOPIC\ CLASSIFICATION NUMBER BUT WRITTEN BY DIFFERENT AUTHORS
DELIMITER
SYMBOL USED TO IDENTIFY A SUBFIELD IN MARC 21EX: $ OR A
DESCRIPTION \ RESOURCE DESCRIPTION:
PROCESS OF CREATING A SURROGATE RECORD CONTAINING ESSENTIAL FACTS ACCORDING TO ESTABLISHED STANDARDS
DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGING
PRESENTATION OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION AND DETERMINATION OF ACCESS POINTS THROUGH PERSONAL, CORP NAME OR TITLE.
DESCRIPTIVE METADATA
Data about an information resource that is intended to facilitate its discovery, identification, and selection. Descriptive metadata is also used to bring together all the versions of a work in a process called collocation, and for acquisition purposes.
DICTIONARY CATALOG
CAT IN WHICH ALL ENTRIES ARE ENTERED IN ALPHABETICAL SEQUENCE BASED ON PRINCIPLES OF SPECIFIC AND DIRECT ENTRY
DIRECT ENTRY
SUBJECT REPRESENTATION CONTAINING THE MOST SPECIFIC WORD OR PHRASE DESCRIBING THE SUBJECT.
DIRECT SUBDIVISION
GEOGRAPHIC SUBDIVISION OF ENTRIES BY NAME AND PLACE WITHOUT IMPOSITION OF A LARGER GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY.
DIRECTORY
IN MARC 21 RECORD: CONTAINS TAG, LENGTH AND STARTING LOCATION FOR EACH VARIABLE FIELD IN THE RECORD
DUPLICATE ENTRY
ENTRY OF THE SAME SUBJECT HEADING IN TWO DIFFERENT FORMS.
ELEMENT
UNIT OF INFORMATION WITH AN AREA OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION -- SEE ALSO "AREA"
ENTRY WORD
FIRST WORD (OTHER THAN AN ARTICLE) THAT DETERMINES LOCATION OF RECORD IN CATALOG.
ENTRY
AN ACCESS POINT (1) OR RECORD OF INFORMATION WITHIN A CATALOG (2).
ENTRY WORD
FIRST WORD (OTHER THAN AN ARTICLE) THAT DETERMINES THE LOCATION OF RECORD IN CATALOG.
ENUMERATIVE CATALOG
A classification system in which each subject is developed to the point of indivisibility and a notation assigned for every subdivision (EX: LC CATALOG).
EXPRESSION
INTELLECTUAL OR ARTISTIC REALIZATION OF A WORK IN NOTATION (MUSICAL OR OTHERWISE) (SECOND LEVEL ENTRIES IN FRBR)
FACET
A COMPONENT OF A COMPLEX SUBJECT
FACET ANALYSIS
DIVISION OF SUBJECT INTO ITS COMPONENT PARTS--- EACH ARRAY CONTAINS PARTS BASED ON SAME CHARACTERISTIC.
FACETED CLASSIFICATION
CLASSIFICATION THROUGH IDENTIFICATION OF COMPONENT PARTS
FIELD
A UNIT OF DATA IN MARC RECORD
FIELD TERMINATOR
A MARC SYMBOL USED TO DENOTE END OF FIELD.
FIXED FIELD
A FIELD WITH A PRE-DETERMINED LENGTH IN MARC RECORD
FIXED LOCATION
A SYSTEM OF MARKING AND ARRAINGING MATERIALS SO THAT THEIR ABSOLUTE POSITION REMAINS THE SAME.
FORM HEADING
HEADING REPRESENTING THE LITERARY GENRE OR ARTISTIC FORM OF A WORK (EXAMPLE: "ENCYCLOPEDIAS" OR "FICTION"
FORM SUBDIVISION
DIVISION OR SUBHEADING WHICH BRINGS OUT THE FORM OF THE WORK
FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR (A) BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD (AKA FRBR)
CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR DEFIINING BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTITIES AND THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONGST THEM.THREE GROUPS: 1) PRODUCTS OF INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITIES - WORK, EXPRESSION, MANIFESTATION OR ITEM. - PERSONS \ CORP BODIES RELATED TO GROUP 1 - SUBJECTS OF WORKS - CONCEPTS, OBJECTS, PLACES, EVENTS.
GENERAL REFERENCE
BLANKET REFERENCE TO GROUP OF HEADINGS RATHER THAN SPECIFIC HEADING.
FREE FLOATING SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION THAT MAY BE USED WITHOUT EDITIORIAL JUSTIFICATION BY CATALOGER.
FREE-TEXT
USE OF NATURAL LANGAGE IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL.
Geographic Qualifier
NAME OF A LARGER GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY ADDED TO A LOCAL PLACE NAME (MADISON, WISCONSIN FOR EXAMPLE).
GEOGRAPHIC SUBDIVISION
SUBDIVISION BY NAME OF PLACE TO WHICH SUBJECT IN MAIN HEADING IS LIMITED
HALF TITLE
TITLE PRINTED ON A PAGE BEFORE ACTUAL TITLE PAGE.
HEADING
NAME, WORD OR PHRASE PLACED AT HEAD OF ENTRY TO PROVIDE ACCESS POINT. (SEE ALSO: ENTRY POINT)
HIERARCHY
ARRANGEMENT OF SUBJECTS IN A DISCIPLINE FROM GENERAL TO MOST SPECIFIC
HOLDINGS
ITEMS BELONGING TO A LIBRARY'S COLLECTION
IMPRINT
DETAILS REGARDING PUBLICATION \ DISTRIBUTION OF AN ITEM.
INDICATOR
ONE OF TWO CHARACTER POSITIONS AT BEGINNING OF MARC RECORD CONTAINING DATA THAT INTERPRET OR SUPPLEMENT THE DATA.
INDIRECT SUBDIVISION
GEOGRAPHIC SUBDIVISION W/ INTERPOSITION OF A GEOGRAPHIC AREA BETWEEN MAIN HEADING AND LOCAL SUBDIVISION
INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY
WORK DEVOTED TO LIFE OF A SINGLE PERSON
INTEGRITY OF NUMBERS
POLICY OF MAINTAINING STABILITY OF NUMBERS IN A CLASSIFICATION SCHEME.
INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION (ISBD)
INTERNATIONALLY AGREED STANDARD FORMAT FOR REPRESENTING BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER (ISBN)
INTERNATIONALLY STANDARDIZED NUMBER THAT UNIQUELY IDENTIFIES A BOOK.
INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER (ISSN)
STANDARDIZED NUMBER UNIQUELY IDENTIFYING SERIAL MATERIALS
ITEM
A DOCUMENT OR SET OF DOCUMENTS IN ANY PHYSICAL FORMB) SINGLE EXAMPLE OF MANIFESTATION. LOWEST LEVEL IN FRBR.
ITEM NUMBER
PART OF CALL NUMBER WHICH UNIQUELY IDENTIFIES AN ITEM WITHIN ITS CLASS.MAY CONTAIN AUTHOR NUMBER WORK MARK OR EDITION MARK
KEY HEADING
HEADING THAT SERVES AS MODEL FOR SUBDIVISIONS WITHIN SAME CATEGORY
KEY WORD
SIGNIFICANT WORD CAN SERVE AS AN ACCESS POINT.
LEADER
DATA ELEMENTS THAT PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR THE PROCESSING OF A MARC RECORD
LITERARY WARRANT
PRINCIPLE THAT SAYS: A CATEGORY CAN EXIST ONLY IF WORKS EXIST FOR SAID CATEGORY
LOCAL SUBDIVISION
SUBDIVISION BY NAME OF PLACE TO WHICH SUBJECT IN MAIN HEADING IS LIMITEDSEE: GEOGRAPHIC SUBDIVISION
MAIN ENTRY
THE PRIMARY ACCESS POINT
MAIN HEADING
FIRST PART OF SUBJECT HEADING EXCLUDING SUBDIVISIONS.
MANIFESTATION
PHYSICAL EMBODIMENT OF AN EXPRESSION OF A WORK - THE THIRD LEVEL OF FRBR.
MARC (MACHINE READABLE CATALOGING)
SYSTEM OF CATALOGING IN A COMPUTER READABLE FORMAT.
MARC RECORD
A MACHINE READABLE CATALOG RECORD
METADATA
COLLECTION OF STANDARDIZED INFORMATION PROVIDING DETAILS ON RESOURCE ATTRIBUTES
MIXED NOTATION
NOTATION USING TWO OR MORE KINDS OF SYMBOLS (EX: LETTERS + NUMBERS)
METADATA
COLLECTION OF STRUCTURED INFORMATION THAT PROVIDES INFORMATION ATTRIBUTE DETAILS
MNEMONICS
RECURRING CONCEPTS DENOTED BY THE SAME NOTATIONAL SYMBOLS.
MODEL HEADING
SUBJECT HEADING SERVING AS MODEL FOR SUBDIVISIONS IN SAME CATEGORY.
MONOGRAPH
BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCE COMPLETE IN ONE PART OR COMPLETE IN A FINITE NUMBER OF PARTS.
NAME AUTHORITY FILE
COLLECTION OF NAME AUTHORITY RECORDS
NAME AUTHORITY RECORD
record that shows a personal, corporate, or geographic heading in its established form and cites the authorities consulted in determining the choice and form of name.
NAME TITLE ADDED ENTRY
In AACR2, an added entry in the library catalog giving the name of a person (or corporate body) and the title of a work, for the purpose of identifying: (1) a work that is included in or the subject of the work being cataloged; (2) a larger work of which the work being cataloged is part; or (3) another work to which the work being cataloged is in some way related. Synonymous with author-title added entry.
NAME TITLE ADDED ENTRY
AN ADDED ACCESS POINT formed by combining the name of an individual or organization and the title of a work.SEE ALSO: AUTHOR-TITLE ADDED ENTRY
NAME-TITLE REFERENCE
CROSS REFERENCE CONTAINING NAME OF PERSON AND TITLE OF AN ITEM.
NETWORK
TWO OR MORE ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED IN INFORMATION EXCHANGE OR AN INTERCONNECTED GROUP OF NODES
NOTATION
LETTERS OR SYMBOLS USED TO DENOTE DIVISIONS AND SUBDIVISIONS IN CATALOGING SCHEME (SEE ALSO: MIXED NOTATION AND PURE NOTATION).
NOTATIONAL SYNTHESIS
PROCESS OF MAKING A CLASS MORE SPECIFIC THROUGH THE ADDITION OF INFORMATION FROM AXILLARY TABLES.SEE ALSO: SYNTHESISSEE ALSO: NUMBER BUILDING
NUMBER BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION OF A CLASS NUMBER IN DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION.
ONLINE CATALOG
CATALOG CONTAINING RECORDS MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE.
OPEN ENTRY
CATALOG ENTRY WITH NO ENDING DATE
OPEN STACKS
LIBRARY ALLOWING PATRONS ACCESS TO THE STACKS.
ORGANIZATION
ARRAIGNING SURROGATES AND PHYSICAL RESOURCES ACCORDING TO ESTABLISHED PRACTICES.
ORIGINAL CATALOG
PREPARATION OF CATALOGING INFORMATION WITHOUT THE ASSISTANCE OF OUTSIDE AGENCIES.
OUTSOURCING
HIRING AN OUTSIDE AGENCY FOR A SPECIFIC TASK.
PATTERN HEADING
A SUBJECT HEADING THAT SERVES AS MODEL FOR SUBDIVISIONS IN THE SAME CATEGORY.
PERIOD SUBDIVISON
ALSO KNOWN AS : CHRONOLOGICAL SUBDIVISION
PHOENIX SCHEDULE
AKA "COMPLETELY REVISED SCHEDULE"
POST COORDINATION
COMBINATION OF CONCEPTS INTO COMPLEX SUBJECTS AT POINT OF RETRIEVAL
PRE-COORDINATION
COMBINATION OF CONCEPTS INTO COMPLEX SUBJECTS AT POINT OF STORAGE
PUBLICATION\ DISTRIBUTION AREA
BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION AREA CONTAINING PUBLISHER \ PLACE OF PUBLICATION INFORMATION.SEE: IMPRINT (FOR A PRINTED ITEM)
PURE NOTATION
NOTATION USING ONLY ONE TYPE OF SYMBOL (LETTERS OR NUMBERS BUT NOT BOTH).
QUALIFIER
A TERM (ENCLOSED IN PARENTHESIS) USED TO CLARIFY A HEADING OR DISTINGUISH BETWEEN HOMOGRAPHS.
RECORD
A UNIT IN A FILE OR DATABASE
RECORD TERMINATOR
USED IN A MARC 21 RECORD TO DENOTE THE END OF A RECORD.
REFER FROM REFERENCE
INDICATION OF HEADING TERMS FROM WHICH REFERENCES ARE TO BE MADE TO A GIVEN HEADING.
REFERENCE
A DIRECTION FROM ONE HEADING OR ACCESS POINT TO ANOTHER.
REFERENCE SOURCE
ANY SOURCE (NOT LIMITED TO REF BOOKS) FROM WHICH AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED.
RELATIVE LOCATION
ARRAINGEMENT OF LIBRARY MATERIALS ACCORDING TO THEIR LOCATION IN RELATION TO OTHER MATERIALS REGARDLESS OF THEIR LOCATION ON THE SHELVES.
RELOCATION
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT RESULTING IN THE SHIFTING OF A TOPIC FROM ONE NUMBER TO ANOTHER
RESOURCE
AN INFORMATION ITEM
RESOURCE DESCRIPTION
PROCESS OF CREATING A SURROGATE RECORD OR BRIEF REPRESENTATION FOR AN ITEM.
SCHEDULE
LIST CONTAINING MAIN PART OF CLASSIFICATION SCHEME LISTING CLASS NUMBERS AND NOTES.
SECONDARY ENTRY
SEE ALSO: ADDED ENTRY
"SEE ALSO" REFERENCE
A REFERENCE FROM A HEADING TO A LESS COMPREHENSIVE OR OTHERWISE RELATED HEADING.
"SEE" REFERENCE
A REFERENCE FROM A RELATED (BUT UNUSED) TERM TO A RELATED (BUT USED) TERM.
SEGMENTATION MARK
A "/" USED TO INDICATE THE END OF AN ABRIDGED NUMBER IN ABRIDGED VERSIONS OF DDC.
SHARED CATALOGING
THE SHARING OF CATALOGING RESOURCES AND DATA AMONGST COOPERATING AGENCIES. SEE ALSO: COOPERATIVE CATALOGING
SHELF LIST
FILE OF CATALOGING RECORDS ARRANGED ACCORDING TO CALL NUMBER.
SPECIFIC ENTRY
ENTRY OF A WORK THAT EXPRESSES IT'S SPECIAL SUBJECT OR TOPIC AS DISTINGUISHED FROM AN ENTRY FOR A CLASS OR BROAD SUBJECT WHICH ENCOMPASSES THAT SPECIAL TOPIC OR SUBJECT.
SPECIFIC REFERENCE
A REFERENCE FROM ONE HEADING TO ANOTHER.SEE ALSO: GENERAL REFERENCE
STANDARD SUBDIVISION
(IN DEWEY) A SUBDIVISION THAT REPRESENTS A FREQUENTLY RECURRING PHYSICAL FORM (DICTIONARY OR THESAURUS) OR APPROACH (HISTORY, SCIENCE) APPLICABLE ACROSS MULTIPLE SUBJECT AREAS.
STRUCTURAL METADATA
Structural metadata can be thought of as the glue that binds compound objects together, relating, for example, articles, issues and volumes of serial publications, or the pages and chapters of a book.
SUB-FIELD
A SUBUNIT WITHIN A FIELD IN A MARC 21 RECORD.
SUB-FIELD CODE
TWO CHARACTER CODE IN MARC 21 DENOTING A SUB-FIELD - CONSISTS OF A DELIMITER (EX: $) FOLLOWED BY A DATA FIELD IDENTIFIER (LOWERCASE ALPHANSUBUMERIC SYMBOL).
SUBJECT
OVERALL CONTENT OF A WORK WHETHER STATED IN TITLE OR NOT.
SUBJECT ACCESS POINT
AN ACCESS POINT BASED ON SUBJECT OF AN ITEM.
SUBJECT ANALYSIS
IDENTIFING INTELLECTUAL CONTENT OF A WORK FOR PURPOSE OF CREATING A BIBLIOGRAPHIC OR CATALOG DESCRIPTION.
SUBJECT ANALYTICAL ENTRY
SUBJECT ENTRY MADE FOR PART OF A WORK.
SUBJECT AUTHORITY FILE
A COLLECTION OF SUBJECT AUTHORITY RECORDS
SUBJECT AUTHORITY RECORD
A RECORD OF A SUBJECT HEADING THAT SHOWS ITS ESTABLISHED FORM AND CITES AUTHORITIES IN DETERMINING CHOICES. ALSO INDICATES CROSS-REFERENCES MADE TO AND FROM THE HEADING.
SUBJECT CATALOG
A CATALOG CONSISTING OF SUBJECT ENTRIES.
SUBJECT CATALOGING
!) PROCESS OF ASSIGNING SUBJECT HEADINGS. 2) PROCESS OF PROVIDING SUBJECT ACCESS POINTS.
SUBJECT HEADING
TERM DENOTING THE SUBJECT UNDER WHICH ALL MATERIAL UNDER THAT SUBJECT WILL BE CATALOGED.
SUBJECT TO NAME REFERENCE
A REFERENCE FROM A SUBJECT HEADING TO A NAME HEADING TO DIRECT USER'S ATTENTION FROM A FIELD OF INTEREST TO A LIST OF NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THAT FIELD.
SUPERIMPOSITION
ADOPTING A NEW CATALOGING CODE WHILE LEAVING HEADINGS DERIVED FROM THE EARLIER CODE INTACT.
SURROGATE RECORD
COLLECTION OF ESSENTIAL DATA COLLECTED TO FACILITATE ACCESS TO AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE RESOURCE IT REPRESENTS.
SYNDETIC DIVICE
DIVICE USED TO CONNECT RELATED HEADINGS BY MEANS OF CROSS REFERENCES.
TABLE
A LIST IN CLASSIFICATION SCHEME LISTING NUMBERS TO BE COMBINED WITH MAIN NUMBERS FROM THE SCHEDULE.
TAG
THREE CHARACTER NUMERIC CODE IN MARC 21 IDENTIFYING A FIELD.
THESAURUS
CONTROLLED VOCABULARY LISTING OF INDEXING TERMS.
TOPICAL SUBDIVISION
SUBDIVISION REPRESENTING AN ASPECT OTHER THAN FORM PLACE OR PERIOD.
TRACING
RECORD OF HEADINGS UNDER WHICH AN ITEM IS REPRESENTED IN A CATALOG.RECORD OF REFERENCE TO A NAME OR TITLE LISTED IN THE CATALOG
UNIFORM HEADING
HEADING FOR A NAME OR LOCATION UNDER WHICH ALL OTHER NAMES FOR THAT PERSON OR LOCATION CAN BE GROUPED.
UNIFORM TITLE
TITLE OF WORK CHOSEN FROM MULTIPLE TITLES TO ENCOMPASS ALL VARIATIONS ON THE TITLE.
UNIQUE HEADING
HEADING REPRESENTING ONLY ONE PERSON, BODY OR SUBJECT.
UNIVERSAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL
INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION THROUGH COMPLETE STANDARDIZATION OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC PRACTICES.
VARIABLE FIELD
FIELD WITH VARIABLE LENGTH IN MARC RECORD.
VERSE OF TITLE PAGE
BACK SIDE OF TITLE PAGE.
VOCABULARY CONTROL
STANDARDIZING INDEXING TERMS.
WORK FORM
STANDARDIZED FORM FOR CREATING A CATALOG RECORD.
WORK MARK
PART OF CALL NUMBER BASED ON TITLE OF WORK.
XML
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE DESIGNED TO INCORPORATE METADATA THAT GUIDES THE PROCESSING OF THE INFORMATION WITHOUT AN EXTERNAL PROGRAM NEEDED.
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