Principles of classification think about an elephant develop a mental image of it how would you describe it to someone who has never seen one take a moment to consider carefully click the button to see if your mental image was accurate very likely your mental image was a visual one like the picture. Have you ever wondered why we have library classification systems and how they work how does one system organize information compared to another this webinar covers basic general principles of classification presents the basic structure of the two main systems we use library of congress classification lcc and dewey decimal classification ddc and discusses their strengths and weaknesses. Classification is a systematic ordering of the object of research in this case ecosystems at the earths surface or in other words landscape units as holons as for general principles of classification we can learn a lot from the best known classification the taxonomical classification of species. Rechardson says a the books are collected for use b books are administered for use c books are arranges for use from this point of view principles of library classification are as 1 subject approach if classification helps in use of books a method of systematic arrangement is adopted though it is logical or not . Principle of classification of living things 2 carolus linnaeus 1707 1778 3 introduction o classification a system of naming objects or entities by common characteristics o in a biological sense classification is the systematic grouping of organisms based on structural or functional similarities or evolutionary history
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