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Frequently these are. A cutters. A cutters can be determined using tables and schedules created by the Library of Congress for specific areas, like literature. States and Canadian Provinces, provide guidance on this subject. This is your cue to look at the tables to determine what cutter number you need. The number one is your clue that a translation may be involved.
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4. Shelflisting / Cuttering Tools / Subject Cataloging Manual
To shelflist an item in an online environment is to ensure that the call number assigned to a particular manifestation of a work i. One particularly important aspect of file integrity involves collocation bringing together related items. Collocation is a fundamental principle of bibliographic control, the underlying rationale behind authority work, classification, subject assignments, choice of entry, and so on. In shelflisting, the principle is most evident in the practice of keeping editions and translations together on the shelf, but is not restricted to these. See, for example, the procedures for handling biography and geographic cutters, and for commentaries. The focus of this document will be primarily on the shelflisting of LC classification call numbers.
Classification and Shelflisting Manual, 2013 Edition
Classification and Shelflisting Manual
Library of Congress Classification and Shelflisting Manual