MLII-102 Information Processing and Retrieval Solved Assignment 2018-2019

MLII-102 Solved Assignment 2018-19

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MLII-102: Information Processing and Retrieval
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Assignment Code: AST/TMA/Jul.2018-Jan.2019
Units: 1-19 Total Marks: 50

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Title NameMLII-102 Solved Assignment 2018-19
UniversityIGNOU
Service TypeSolved Assignment (Soft copy/PDF)
CourseMLIS
Language ENGLISH
Semester2018-2019 Course: MLIS
Session2018-19
Short Name MLII-102 (ENGLISH)
Assignment CodeAST/TMA/Jul.2018/Jan.2019
ProductAssignment of MLIS 2018-2019 (IGNOU)
Submission Datebefore March 31th, 2019 for the session July, 2018 and
before September 30th, 2019 for the session January 2019

Note: Answer all questions. All questions carry equal marks.
1.1 Explain the structure and provisions of Library of Congress List of Subject Headings (LCSH).
OR
1.2 Define indexing language. Discuss its need, purpose and characteristics.
2.1 UDC is an example of an analytico-synthetic scheme of classification. Explain this statement with
reference to features and structures of UDC. Illustrate with suitable examples.
OR
2.2 Describe briefly the different methods of automatic indexing.
3.1 Discuss four generic tasks that a user performs while using and searching a bibliographic
database. Explain the mapping of various bibliographic data elements with reference to these tasks.
OR
3.2 How is web information retrieval different from traditional text retrieval system? Discuss the
characteristics of web information retrieval.
4.1 What is MARC? Discuss the field ‘856’ for description of online resources.
OR
4.2 Describe the structure and features of Unicode. How can it be applied for multilingual content
development in libraries?
5.0 Write short notes on any two of the following:
a) Citation Indexing
b) Dublin Core
c) Recall and Precision
d) Issues in formulating a search strategy

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