The library's classification system is unique to the library and aimed at the specific needs of its users.
Each number represents a subject:
The Computer Science classification was based on the 1964 ACM Computing Classification System. Our numbers run between 210-282.
For example: The books on artificial intelligence are classified as 236.
After the number are 2 letters of the 1st author's name
Represents a book on algorithms whose author's name starts with KL
This guide is to the library's classification system and includes library recommendations in each field.
|Mathematics books are marked on the spine of the item with a white strip.|
|Computer Science books are marked on the spine of the item with a green strip.|
|Reserved (overnight) books are marked with an additional yellow strip.|
In each subject, after the books by authors, are the following types of publications: