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1.Classification Schemes:

1. 【The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) 】

2. 【The Universal Decimal Classification (UDC)】

3. classification of documents by subject or language variety

4. classification of words by word class or semantics

5. classification of extra-textual entities by socio-economic and demographic properties

6. classification of images.

7. Bliss Bibliographic Classification

2. Database

The purpose of a database is to store information about a particular domain (sometimes called the universe of discourse) and to allow one to ask questions about the state of that domain. Let us suppose, for example, that we are creating a database that will contain information about current editions of American novels. Our goal will be to create a system that can store information about authors, works, and publishers, and allow us to ask questions like "What publications did Modern Library produce in 1992?" and "Which works by Herman Melville are currently in print?" The simplest database of all would simply list the data in tabular form (see table 15.1).

3. As the device is presently conceived, readers engage autopoietic fields along three behavior dementians: transaction, connection, resonance.

4. More nuanced critiques recognize the disadvantages of digital technology, while exploring its uses and potentials. As Bornstein and Tinkle noted: 'We agree with the proposition that the shift from print to digital culture has analogies in scale and importance to the shift from manuscript to print culture beginning in the Renaissance. Further, the change enables us to consider more strikingly than ever before the diverse characteristics of manuscript, print, and electronic cultures. This is particularly important now that new electronic technologies are making possible the production, display, and transmission of texts in multiple forms that far exceed the more fixed capacity of traditional codex books.'

5 "A/B = C/D", read "as A is to B, so C is to D."

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