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   Much more than a list of index terms that are    acceptable to users.   Contains mechanisms for structuring and using...
 COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESSN: Various services within the community  directed towards the promotion of the mental  and ph...
   FEMALE     Use WOMENFEMALE FERTILITY   Use INFERTILITY
 If the conceptual analysis resulted on this topic:GROWTH, POLITICS and the STRATIFICATION  of PLACES then the translatio...
 Consists of index terms which are assigned to  express the concepts of the author. Also called DESCRIPTORS.Ex.DEACIDIFI...
 Consists of terms which are used as lead-in  terms to the index terms.EX.Able studentsUse, Academically GiftedAcademic A...
 SynonymsDISASTER,Syn: calamity, catastrophe, misadventure, tragedyNs: Accident, casualty, fatality, misfortune, rocks.Qs...
 Control of wordTenure                 Emotional SecurityUse, JOB TENURE     USE, INSECURITY
  Hierarchical relationshipsINFANT NUTRITIONSn: nutrition of children from birth to 2 years of   ageBt: NutritionNt: Bott...
   Adjectival headings: FRUIT WINE; OFFICE    MANAGEMENT.   Phrase Headings: STUDY, METHOD OF;    WOMEN AS AUTHORS   Co...
   An indexer can only assign to a document    terms that appear on the list adopted by the    library or information cen...
   If we use terms as they appear in documents    without modifications we are using natural    language or DERIVATIVE SY...
   HEAT TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM    Aluminum heat treatment.Libraries for children OR children’s librariesLibraries , Childr...
   Does not consist of a list of terms distinct from    those used to describe concepts in a subject    area.   Common i...
SA WAKASNATAPOSDIN………   …
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
Indexing languages
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  1. 1.  Much more than a list of index terms that are acceptable to users. Contains mechanisms for structuring and using those terms.
  2. 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. 3.  FEMALE Use WOMENFEMALE FERTILITY Use INFERTILITY
  4. 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. 5.  Consists of index terms which are assigned to express the concepts of the author. Also called DESCRIPTORS.Ex.DEACIDIFICATIONDEAD TITLESDECAYDEPOSITORY COLLECTIONDEPRECIATION
  6. 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. 7.  SynonymsDISASTER,Syn: calamity, catastrophe, misadventure, tragedyNs: Accident, casualty, fatality, misfortune, rocks.Qs: Boon, fortune, luck
  8. 8.  Control of wordTenure Emotional SecurityUse, JOB TENURE USE, INSECURITY
  9. 9.  Hierarchical relationshipsINFANT NUTRITIONSn: nutrition of children from birth to 2 years of ageBt: NutritionNt: Bottle Feeding Breast Feeding
  10. 10.  Adjectival headings: FRUIT WINE; OFFICE MANAGEMENT. Phrase Headings: STUDY, METHOD OF; WOMEN AS AUTHORS Compound headings: SCIENCE AND RELIGION; BANKS AND BANKING.
  11. 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. 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. 13.  HEAT TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM Aluminum heat treatment.Libraries for children OR children’s librariesLibraries , Children’s
  14. 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. 15. SA WAKASNATAPOSDIN……… …
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