AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
APPLICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION TECHNOLOGIES AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF EFFECTIVE INFORMATION SERVICE
Gasimov V.A., Gasimova K.P.

In article the knowledge organization technologies and classification systems are considered, their classification is given, widespread basic classification systems are described, principles of realization of the knowledge organization technologies and classification systems for systematization of information resources of the Internet and the organization of information services are investigated, and also reflection of data on the known systems which are carrying out information services through the Internet has been found. (p. 39-50)

Keywords:information service systems, classification systems, knowledge organization, Dewey Decimal Classification, Universal Decimal Classification, Library Classification of Congress, ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Computing Classification System
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