Content standards including the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH
) and the Library of Congress/NACO authority file are meant to facilitate browsing an alphabetized list, but may be less than ideal for a keyword or faceted data search.
This is a critical factor in cataloguing as argued by (Omekwu, John-Okeke and Egberongbe, 2007) that "African cataloguers should consider applying or expanding applications of global bibliographic networks such as the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2), Library of Congress Subjects Heading (LCSH
) and Sears Lists of Subjects Headings in order for them to achieve greater uniformity in the provision of bibliographic description and access to information in their libraries".
La ventaja es que, en la Web, la CDD, no solo permite crear un localizador del objeto digital, sino que tambien hace parte de su descripcion al permitir su utilizacion por medio de mapeos y cruces con lenguajes estructurados como las LCSH
o las MeSH, como las que se encuentran incluidas en la herramienta WebDewey.
An investigation of the more than 350,000 records within the subject dataset of the LCSH
thesaurus has shown that nearly 38% of subjects have at least one semantic alternative; referred to as an Alternate Label (AL) .
Yi and Chang (2009) compared popular tags of del.icio.us with Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSHs
Because of the criticisms of LCSH
for music, members of the U.S.
The Library of Congress Subject Headings, or LCSH
, focuses on broad subjects and terms, and allows for a thesaurus like-index that allows users to find related topics and articles.
In each location, representative samples of lint cottonseed hull (LCSH
), delinted cottonseed hull (DCSH) and CLR were collected from two cottonseed oil-extracting plants.
--Subject/controlled vocabulary standards (e.g., LCSH
and MARC are lexical resources frequently used in similar works.
Examples of relationship lists for academic research are the Library of Congress subject headings (LCSH
) list, which provides sets of controlled terminology; or content-specific thesauri, which show the relationship of terms based on concepts.
They want to add tags and reviews to catalogs, not just see the Library of Congress subject headings (LCSH
) and reviews from Library Journal.