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21Satija, M.P.: Classification: some fundamentals, some myths, some realities.
In: Knowledge organization. 25(1998) nos.1/2, S.32-35.
Abstract: The pervasiveness of classification in all human activities is described. Classification is characterized as being relative, utilitarian, and artificial. The importance of classification in library settings and academic disciplines is documented. Classification is described as an emerging, independent discipline
22Satija, M.P.: ¬The sixteenth edition (1987) of the Sears' List of Subject Headings : some salient features in historical perspective of its Platinum Jubilee Year (1998).
In: Knowledge organization. 25(1998) no.4, S.202-207.
Anmerkung: Enthält eine Liste der 16 Auflagen der Sears' List mit den jeweiligen Herausgeberinnen / Herausgebern und Neuerungen
Objekt: Sears List of Subject Headings
23Satija, M.P.: ¬The future and revision of Colon Classification.
In: Knowledge organization. 24(1997) no.1, S.18-23.
Abstract: The Colon Classification (CC) was first published by its founder, S.R. Ranganathan, in 1933. Since then it has undergone seven revisions, the most recent being 1987. Although it became India's de facto national classification system, it is falling into disuse, and its perpetuation as a viable system is currently jeopardised. The author identifies a number of reasons for this trend. For example, the CC lacks the institutional support that benefits other modern systems such as the DDC, UDC and LCC. The author offers a number of specific suggestions for preserving and revitalising the system
24Satija, M.P.: Birth-centenary literature on Ranganathan 1991-1994 : a review.
In: Library review. 45(1996) no.4, S.48-59.
Abstract: Presents a comprehensive review of the literature which marked the birth centenary of Dr. S.R. Ranganathan, one of the geatest librarians and a prolific writer on librarianship and library science
Themenfeld: Biographische Darstellungen
25Chan, L.M. ; Comaroni, J.P. ; Satija, M.P.: Dewey Decimal Classification : a practical guide.
Albany, NY : Forest Press, 1994. XVII,211 S.
Abstract: Introduction to the methods of classifying and arranging library collections according to the DDC. It begins with a brief history of the DDC, followed by discussions, the methods of analyzing the subject content of documents to be classed, and the proper procedures of assigning class number. Its essential aims is to explain the proper methods of applying the DDC schedules, of locating and assigning the appropriate class number, and of synthesizing a class number if need be. Examples and exercises are based on ed. 20
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Herald of library science 34(1995) nos.1/2, S.102 (P.N. Kaula); Library resources and technical services 40(1996) no.1, S.99-101 (S.J. Smith)
26Satija, M.P. ; Singh, A.: Bibliography of Colon Classification 1930-1993.
New Dehli : M.D. Publ. PVT, 1994. XI,129 S.
Abstract: 1371 titles in chronological order, beginning 1930 (1 title) and ending 1993 (32 titles) on the Colon Classification. Author index and extensive subject index
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Knowledge organization 21(1994) no.4, S.237-238 (W. Bies)
27Satija, M.P.: Bibliographies of Indian library science : a literature review.
In: Third world libraries. 4(1994) no.2, S.9-17.
Abstract: Identifies principal bibliographies of library science writing by Indians, beginning with a mimeographed list of 1966. The 1st published bibliography was by Ram Gopal Prasher, in 1971. In addition to general bibliographies, reference is made to numerous lists in special topics (e.g. Colon Classification) and special formats such as dissertations. Indexes to individual journals are also included. All entries have detailed, critical annotations. Concludes that, except for grey literature, the overall bibliographic control of Indian libaray literature appears to be strong
28Satija, M.P.: Ranganathan's contributions to library and information science terminology : a historical perspective.
In: Lucknow librarian. 25(1993) nos.3/4, S.64-71.
Abstract: Dr. S.R. Ranganathan unreservedly subscribed to the view that communication within a profession is impossible without the standardization of terminology and repeatedly emphasized that the library and information science profession has a deep interest in the promotion of international terminology in all fields. Cites, with abstracts, examples of published works by Ranganathan on the subject of library and information science terminology
29Satija, M.P.: ¬A deserted bastion : classification and indexing in India, a state-of-the-art.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 22(1993) no.3, S.51-54.
Abstract: Provides a brief history of Ranganathan's development of classification systems. Describes the literature on and by Ranganathan. Ranganathan's mark has been furthered by the Documentation Research and Training Centre at Bangalore. Discusses India's contribution to subject cataloguing and classification terminology; classification practices in India; teaching research and literature on classification and classification organisations and conferences
30Satija, M.P.: Birth centenary literature on Ranganathan : a review.
In: Third world libraries. 4(1993) no.1, S.17-25.
Abstract: Discusses the books and articles written to commemmorate the centenary of the birth of S.R. Ranganathan in 1992. 9 books were published for the occasion and 6 special issues of journals; in addition articles about Ranganathan appeared in at least 10 other periodicals. Topics covered included Ranganathan's biography, his research methodology, his influence on classification and library science, and evaluations of his work
Themenfeld: Biographische Darstellungen
32Satija, M.P.: ¬An examination of the newly revisited Universal Decimal Classification, medium edition 1985/1988.
In: Information management report. 1992, Nov., S.13-17.
Abstract: Describes the background to the publication of a new edition of UDC International Medium edition, english text which lists in English 30% of the concepts in the full version of the Universal Decimal Classification scheme. Briefly describes the text and examnies areas which have been revised and other changes envisaged
33Satija, M.P.: ¬A critical introduction to the 7th edition (1987) of the Colon Classification.
In: Lucknow librarian. 24(1992) no.1, S.32-41.
Abstract: Reviews the schedules of the CC-7 published in 1987. Describes its structure and new features. Highlights its merits and defects. Illustrates its practical applications. Suggests a quick revision of the CC-7 to rectify inconsistencies and correct misprints
34Satija, M.P.: S.R. Ranganathan and the method of science.
New Dehli : Aditya Prakashan, 1992.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Knowledge organization 20(1993) no.2, S.96-97 (J. Maniez); Third wolrd libraries 3(1993) no.2, S.72-73 (F. Powell)
35Satija, M.P.: Classification and indexing in India : a state-of-the-art.
In: IFLA general conference, New Dehli 1992.
36Satija, M.P.: Ranganathan and classification.
In: International classification. 19(1992) no.1, S.3-6.
Abstract: Records the dates of S.R. Ranganathan's development in the field of library classification are given together with a short description of their impact and significance. The chronology is structured according to periods of his life
Themenfeld: Geschichte der Klassifikationssysteme ; Biographische Darstellungen
37Satija, M.P. ; Comaroni, J.P.: Beyond classification: book numbers.with special reference to chronological numbers.
New Dehli : Ess Ess Publ., 1992. XI,115 S.
Abstract: This book seeks to complement two major works on the subject published in the U.S.A.by devoting it self tochronological book numbers. It is mostly an ignored rival line to alphabetical book numbers, indeed an ignored subject. The first four chapters dwell on the theoretical and general problems of book numbers, indeed an ignored subject. the first four chapters dwell on the tehoretical and general problem of book numbers: their definition, nature , usefulness and history. The chapter on the debate over the usefulness of book numbers tries to give the readersa taste of the debate that followed their conceptionand immediate development. Chapter four catalogues advantages of chronological book numbers. The remaining four chapters dwell upon the four specific chronollgical book numbering system. The desription of each system is prefaced by a brief life sketch of the inventor. Ranganathan's system has been fully but concsely explained. The other systems are by W.S.Biscoe, J. D. Brown, Fremont Rider and W.S. Rider and W.S. Merrill. There are twoappendices: one onthe chronology of book numbers (1873-1992), and another an almost exhaustive bibliography on the subject. Its aim is to invite the attention of scholars to a neglected part of our heritage.
Inhalt: Enthält folgende Kapitel: Book numbers, introduction. - Debate over the usefulness of book numbers. - History of book numbers. - Chronological book numbers. - Biscoe's chronological book numbers. - Brown's extended data table. - Colong book numbers. - Rider's book numbers. - Merrill's book numbers. - Appendices: 1) Chronology of book numbers: 2) Bibliography of 181 references in chronological order
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Knowledge organization 20(1993) no.3, S.169-170 (W. Bies)
Themenfeld: Notationen / Signaturen
40Satija, M.P. ; Agrawal, S.P.: Book numbers : some indian methods.
New Delhi, 1990. 96 S.
(Concept in communication, informatics & librarianship; 6)
Themenfeld: Notationen / Signaturen
LCSH: Classification / Books ; Ranganathan, S. R. (Shiyali Ramamrita), 1892 / 1972 ; Dickinson, Asa Don, 1876 / 1960 ; Bashiruddin, S., 1902 /
RSWK: Indien / Aufstellungssystematik / Signatur «Bibliothek»
DDC: 025.3 / dc20
LCC: Z696.A4S27 1990