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Author: Edward T O'Neill; Brian F Lavoie; Jeffrey A Young; Patrick D McClain; Forest Press.
Publisher: [Dublin, Ohio] : OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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OCLC's expanded cutter tables balance the distribution of main entries over the cutter table entries and eliminate some of the manual processing required to complete call numbers in Dewey classes with extensive holdings. The expanded cutter tables are compatible with existing two-figure or three-figure schemes, but also include new features that enhance their versatility and facilitate algorithmic cuttering.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward T O'Neill; Brian F Lavoie; Jeffrey A Young; Patrick D McClain; Forest Press.
OCLC Number: 44279361
Notes: Title from title screen.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Introduction --
Background --
Editing the Cutter Tables --
Creating a Test File --
Analyzing the Distribution of Main Entries --
Entropy Analysis --
Four-Figure Cutter Tables --
Level of expansion --
Four-figure expansion --
Analysis of the four-figure tables --
Algorithmic Cuttering Using the Four-Figure Tables --
Conclusion --
Appendix 1 Cuttering Guidelines --
Appendix 2 Section of the Four-Figure Cutter Table --
Appendix 3 Section of the Four-Figure Cutter-Sanborn Table --
References.
Other Titles: OCLC special report: four-figure cutter tables

Abstract:

OCLC's expanded cutter tables balance the distribution of main entries over the cutter table entries and eliminate some of the manual processing required to complete call numbers in Dewey classes with extensive holdings. The expanded cutter tables are compatible with existing two-figure or three-figure schemes, but also include new features that enhance their versatility and facilitate algorithmic cuttering.

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