The Decimal Bibliographical Classification of the Institut International de Bibliographie: Partly Translated for the Formation and Use of a Universal Bibliographical Repertory Concerning Optics, Light, and Cognate Subjects

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Printed at the University Press, 1926 - Classification - 109 pages

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Contents

Decimal numbers written as integers and the use of the point
3
Special use of the intercalated zero
5
The sign of relation or association
6
Use of brackets in compound numbers
7
The Common Subdivisions
8
The Subdivisions of Place
9
Signs for objects other than bibliographical documents
10
The order of succession of the signs
11
The decimal tables and alphabetical indexes
12
PART II
14
The filing of cards
16
Folders containing information
17
Auxiliary Tables of the Common Subdivisions
67
PART IV
95

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