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  • English

    Difference between Index and Abstract

    Index VS Abstract: Comparative Study between Index & Abstract. An abstract is a real surrogate of the document. By skimming abstract user get an idea about the real document without reading the whole from the beginning to the end. Unlike an abstract, an index can not replace the original and acts as a guide to it. The index is a gate and not a real…

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    Difference between Natural Classification and Artificial Classification

    Natural Classification VS Artificial Classification.   Natural Classification: One in which qualities which are either inborn/intrinsic or are essential to the existence of the thing or things to be divided are adopted as the ‘difference’ or characteristic of arrangement,e.g. dividing ‘living creatures’ into invertebrates and vertebrates. One which exhibits the inherent properties of the things classified, and which groups or separates them according to their…

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    Difference between Knowledge Classification and Book Classification

    Knowledge Classification: A classification used for any branch of knowledge, but which cannot be adapted for classifying books until a generalia class, form classes and divisions, a notation, and an index have been added. Book Classification: A general term covering bibliographical classification. Mostly refers to library classification for arrangements of books and documents on the shelves. Usually a board board classification. Difference between Knowledge classification…

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  • Difference between Dictionary Catalogue and Classified Catalogue

    Comparative study of classified library catalogue and dictionary library catalogue has been presented below in tabular form in order to indicate merits and demerits of the two inner forms of library catalogue. Dictionary Library Catalogue Classified Library Catalogue 1. It follows alphabetical order in arranging entries. 1. It follows classified order in arranging entries (in main or classified part). 2. It has only one part…

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    Difference between book evaluation and book selection for a library

    Difference between evaluation and selection: Evaluation and selection are both necessary methods to increased the library collection. Selection of right books depends upon the thorough evaluation of books. So we may regard evaluation as the micro selection. The basic purpose of selection and evaluation of books is to build up a sound and proper collection in the library. Though they are very closely related but…

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    Difference between reference books and textbooks

    Reference Book VS Textbook: Reference books and text books are two different aspect of books. They have many difference, some of them are as: A book containing useful facts or specially organized information, as an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, yearbook, etc. is known as Reference Book. And a textbook is a manual of instruction in any branch of study. Text books are produced according to the…

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  • Difference between Library catalogue and Bibliography

    Difference between Library catalogue and Bibliography: Library Catalogue vs. Bibliography Catalogue Bibliography Contains call number. (class number + Author mark) Do not contain any of them. Contains 1st, 2nd and 3rd indention. Generally contains only one running indention. Confined to the collection of a particular library or a group of libraries in case of Union Catalogue. Not confined to any collection, materials listed may or…

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