Hi all, I m a library/info science student at the University of North Carolina. At this point, I ve had relatively little practical experience with facetedMessage 1 of 31 , May 13, 2005View SourceHi all,
I'm a library/info science student at the University of North Carolina. At
this point, I've had relatively little practical experience with faceted
classification, but philosophically, it seems to me the only classification
system that makes any sense at all in an online environment, and the best
classification system for interdisciplinary areas in collections. I hope to
experiment with it in a database I'm building as a Masters Project, and so
far, it seems your experiences with it will be very helpful,
>From: "petertheman" <peter@...>
>Subject: [facetedclassification] Introductions
>Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 11:26:54 -0000
>a whole bunch of new members have joined in the last few months, so
>I'd like to invite them to introduce themselves briefly. Who'se first?
Thank you Claudio. Much appreciated. I had a good reading from William Denton as well. Regards toMessage 31 of 31 , May 25, 2005View SourceThank you Claudio. Much appreciated. I had a good
reading from William Denton
Regards to everyone!
--- Claudio Gnoli <gnoli@...> wrote:
> "[Louie] what if several foci under a given facet__________________________________
> apply to an entitiy being classified?"
> The simpler answer that has occurred to me until now
> is just to repeat
> the facet, like a repeatable field in a database:
> C containers
> C4 containers by material
> C4g containers made of glass
> C4w containers made of wood
> C4g4w containers made of glass and of wood
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