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  1. 1. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Common Auxiliaries or Time (CAT) represents the time of the subject represented by a main UDC number not the date of publication of a document. CATs are the numbers in double quotations, for example the year of 2022 will be shown as “2022”
  2. 2. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” So let us solve a simple problem: Economic situation of Bangladesh in 2022: A thesis Time table numbers mainly based on Christian era and usually appears after the main class.
  3. 3. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Different time mode can be represented like specific time in second, minutes and hours as well as date, day, month, year, decade, century, millennium and range of times. There uses are as follows:
  4. 4. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Date A specific date consists of three elements in the order of Year, month and day that corresponds to the principle of progression from wider toward narrower context.
  5. 5. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” In a date, year is represented as four digit number whereas month and day are represented as two digit numbers and the insignificant places are filled up with zero. Problem Route map of the metro rail in Dhaka: the New nations on 1st October 2021 “2021.10.01”
  6. 6. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Decade, century and millennium These three components are shown through three, two and one digit respectively. For example: Decade Nineteen-nineties: 1990-1999 as a decade is represented as “199”
  7. 7. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Problem: Terrorism in South and South-East Asia in the coming decade. Quiz!!!!! What would be the representation of the first decade of twenty first century?
  8. 8. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Century and millennium: They are represented by double and single digits respectively and one important point to note is that a specific century or millennium is represented by its preceding ordinal value.
  9. 9. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Century and millennium: For example- 18th century “17” 21st century “20” First millennium “0” 3rd millennium “2”
  10. 10. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Problem: Architecture of 15th century forts/fortresses in Delhi. Translation of Norwegian folklore of 20th century into Spanish language. A report on microeconomics and export trade for rural development in Africa in the last millennium
  11. 11. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Ranges of times Span of time that is ranges of year, decades, centuries and millenniums can be denoted by the beginning and ending figures with a slash or oblique stroke in between. For example: 11th to 15th century: “10/14” 1952 to 1971- “1952/1971”
  12. 12. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” Ranges of times 1990s to 2020s: “199/202” First to third millennium: “?” Problem Unofficial dealings of securities in Chittagong stock market during 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
  13. 13. UDC: Table-1g: Common Auxiliaries of Time “…” In range of time if one of the limiting digit remains absent that is represented by three dots. For example: World history up to 19th century: “…/18” World history from 19th century: “18/…”
  14. 14. UDC: Table-1h: Subject specification by notation from Non-UDC sources (A-Z, *) Notation from non-UDC sources (numbers and letters) can be used to represent a subject more specifically for which no UDC number is available. If non-UDC notations relate to a UDC notation denoted by a biterminal signs, they should be placed within the biterminal signs, but otherwise they should be placed outside.
  15. 15. UDC: Table-1h: Subject specification by notation from Non-UDC sources (A-Z, *) Example: Gazipur (549.33*1700) or (549.33GPUR) Europa highway in road engineering 625.711(4)*E4
  16. 16. UDC: Table-1h: Subject specification by notation from Non-UDC sources (A-Z, *) A: The asterisk* 1. * Introduces a notation which is not an authorized UDC number 2. The asterisk may follow a UDC number to introduce a number from a non UDC source which is intended to use for more specification of a subject. 3. Basically * sign is used to separate the number from outside sources from the UDC number.
  17. 17. UDC: Table-1h: Subject specification by notation from Non-UDC sources (A-Z, *) B: Direct Alphabetical Specification For alphabetical subdivision by proper names (or their abbreviations) and acronyms the letter notation may be added directly to the UDC base notation. (549.33MPUR) 929NAP1 Biography of Napoleon 1 (Bonaparte)
  18. 18. UDC: Table-1h: Subject specification by notation from Non-UDC sources (A-Z, *) Problem: Labour dispute over working environment in Textile industries of Jamalpur in the last decade: a newspaper article
  19. 19. UDC: Table-1k: Common Auxiliaries of General Characteristics -0… There are four tables of CAGC- -02 Common Auxiliaries of Properties -03 Common Auxiliaries of Materials -04 Common Auxiliaries of Relation, Processes and Operations -05 Common Auxiliaries of Persons and Personal Characteristics These Auxiliaries are not to be used independently, or cited first in a compound notation. They are always suffixed to a main UDC number.
  20. 20. UDC: Table-1k: Common Auxiliaries of General Characteristics -0… Problem 1. Economic condition of Bangladeshi Female domestic staff in Middle East. 2. Effect of women education on socio-political sustainability in Developing countries: an enciclopedia translated from Spanish to German language.
  21. 21. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 Special Auxiliary notations are not equally applicable to all UDC main classes. Rather each series of special auxiliaries is used to denote recurring concepts in that part of the main table for which it is designed and scheduled.
  22. 22. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 However, some of the special auxiliaries are applicable to more than one main table as indicated in the table. One important point to note that unlike common auxiliary notation, in special auxiliaries some notation may have different meaning in different parts of the main table. The special auxiliary tables have been differentiated with a left side line in the main tables.
  23. 23. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 Reformation of public law in Bangladesh in 2008 Public law (MC) 342 Reformation of Law (MC) 34.04 Bangladesh (CAP) (549.3) 2008 (CAT) “2008” DN 342.04 “2008”(549.3)
  24. 24. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 Modern English semantics Individual language (MC) 811 English language (MC) 811.111 Semantics (MC) 81’37 Modern (period of language) 81’06 DN 811.111’06’37
  25. 25. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 Criticism of medieval comic stories Comic stories (MC) 82-341 Literary criticism (MC) 82.09 Medieval literature (MC) 82’04 DN 82-341.09’04
  26. 26. UDC: Special Auxiliary Subdivisions -1/-9, .01/.09, ‘1/’9 Literary works in individual literature Modern Bengali tales Bengali literature (MC) 821.214.32 Modern literature (MC) 82’06 Tales (MC) 82-34 DN 821.214.32-34’06

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