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Title
Principles for Helpful Sequence and Deduction of Knowledge Organization Systems - An Exploratory Study
Author(s)
A.Y. Asundi
Publication Year
2013-06-30
Abstract
Dr. Ranganathan's "Principles for Helpful Sequence" among the set of normative principles play an exclusive role in the arrangement of subject isolates. Each subject in the universe of subjects is regulated by a guiding principle of its own which analogously determines the sequence of Arrays in ordering the subject surrogates or isolates. For example, the "Principle of Later-in-Evolution" is applied for sequencing isolates of Animal and Plant Species; this concept can be applied to one of the tools of KOS viz. Taxonomies. The application of Principles for Helpful Sequence is summarily presented and in the process the paper highlights the inherent elements of knowledge organization in each one of these principles in a manner that might map the future course of research in this area with the potentiality to bring about a relation between principles for helpful sequence and KOS.
Keyword
Library Classification; Principles for Helpful Sequence; Knowledge Organization Systems
Journal Title
Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
Citation Volume
1
ISSN
2287-4577
DOI
10.1633/JISTaP.2013.1.2.1
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Type
Article
URI
https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/8630
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