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* 12.08.1892 - 1972

Five laws by SR Ranganathan

The five laws of library science, by S. R. Ranganathan, with a foreword by Sir P. S. Sivaswami Aiyer and an introduction by W. C. Berwick Sayers.

Main Author: Ranganathan, S. R. 1892-1972.

Language(s): English Published: Madras, The Madras Library Association; 1931. Subjects: Libraries. Library science.

Note: "Madras library association [Constitution and list of publications]": vi p. Physical Description: xxxii, 458, vi p. illus. 22 cm.


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Chain Indexing or Chain Procedure is a mechanical method to derive subject index entries or subject headings from the class number of the document. It was developed by Dr. S.R. Ranganathan. He first mentioned this in his book “Theory of Library Catalogue” in 1938.

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