Universal decimal classification (UDC)

Universal decimal classification (UDC),

Definition of Universal decimal classification (UDC):

  1. System of classifying the total field of recorded knowledge, based on Dewey Decimal Classification. Used by libraries and information sources the world over, it divides the universe of knowledge into 10 main branches which are repeatedly further divided into 10 subdivisions with increasing specialization.

Meaning of Universal decimal classification (UDC) & Universal decimal classification (UDC) Definition