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Structuri auxiliare compoziţionale în sistemul Dewey şi C.Z.U.: studiu comparativ

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  • Zenovia Niculescu


    (University of Bucharest)

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    În contextul abordării pluridisciplinare a indexării informaţiilor, studiul analizează comparativ structurile compoziţionale ale sistemului Dewey şi C.Z.U. privind codificarea determinărilor auxiliare ale subiectelor. Studiul, prin analiza sistematică, tipologică şi metodologică a subdiviziunilor pentru arte, literaturi individuale şi forme literare specifice şi a indicilor auxiliari analitici sau speciali, însoţită de argumentarea valorii şi importanţei acestora în gestiunea informaţiei, reflectă concluziile unei cercetări corelative a structurilor auxiliare ale celor mai importante limbaje de indexare cu structură ierarhică şi, din perspectiva ofertei informaţionale, susţine caracterul fundamental interdisciplinar al sistemului Dewey şi C.Z.U.

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    Article provided by University of Bucharest, Faculty of Letters, Department of Information and Documentation Sciences in its journal Studii de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării / Library and Information Science Research.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): 14 (December)
    Pages: 40-47

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    Handle: RePEc:buh:journl:y:2010:i:14:p:40-47
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