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Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
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Indexing languages
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Indexing languages
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Indexing languages
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  • 1.  Much more than a list of index terms that are acceptable to users. Contains mechanisms for structuring and using those terms.
  • 2.  COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESSN: Various services within the community directed towards the promotion of the mental and physical well-being of community.BT: HEALTH SERVICESNT: CHILD HEALTH SERVICES CLINIC VISITS HEALTH EDUCATION MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH SERVICES
  • 3.  FEMALE Use WOMENFEMALE FERTILITY Use INFERTILITY
  • 4.  If the conceptual analysis resulted on this topic:GROWTH, POLITICS and the STRATIFICATION of PLACES then the translation of this concept into the language of the system using the subject authority file on Education will be:GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION, ECOLOGICAL FACTORS, HUMAN GEOGRAPHY, QUALITY OF LIFE, POLITICAL INFLUENCES, THEORIES,& GROWTH PATTERN.
  • 5.  Consists of index terms which are assigned to express the concepts of the author. Also called DESCRIPTORS.Ex.DEACIDIFICATIONDEAD TITLESDECAYDEPOSITORY COLLECTIONDEPRECIATION
  • 6.  Consists of terms which are used as lead-in terms to the index terms.EX.Able studentsUse, Academically GiftedAcademic AdvisementUse, Educational CounselingActivity LearningUse, Experimental Learning
  • 7.  SynonymsDISASTER,Syn: calamity, catastrophe, misadventure, tragedyNs: Accident, casualty, fatality, misfortune, rocks.Qs: Boon, fortune, luck
  • 8.  Control of wordTenure Emotional SecurityUse, JOB TENURE USE, INSECURITY
  • 9.  Hierarchical relationshipsINFANT NUTRITIONSn: nutrition of children from birth to 2 years of ageBt: NutritionNt: Bottle Feeding Breast Feeding
  • 10.  Adjectival headings: FRUIT WINE; OFFICE MANAGEMENT. Phrase Headings: STUDY, METHOD OF; WOMEN AS AUTHORS Compound headings: SCIENCE AND RELIGION; BANKS AND BANKING.
  • 11.  An indexer can only assign to a document terms that appear on the list adopted by the library or information center. Basically an authority list. Enables us to use concept indexing.
  • 12.  If we use terms as they appear in documents without modifications we are using natural language or DERIVATIVE SYSTEM. Terms are picked out from the text itself.
  • 13.  HEAT TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM Aluminum heat treatment.Libraries for children OR children’s librariesLibraries , Children’s
  • 14.  Does not consist of a list of terms distinct from those used to describe concepts in a subject area. Common in a computer indexing environment.
  • 15. SA WAKASNATAPOSDIN……… …

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