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1 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh SUMS System for Universal Media Searching Strategy 3. Personal Terms The guided and direct strategies are particularly relevant if we are searching for 1 word. Often we are searching also for a series of terms connected with a word. For this purpose a strategy involving Personal terms is more suitable. All the features available in the Direct Strategy remain available. Lets choose Personal Terms Strategy. SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies CHOICE 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Leisure 10. Time 11. Tools The main difference lies in the entrance point to What. Instead of a list of titles on perspective, we begin with a list of Personal Terms concerning branches of perspective and related fields. click to start Click Choice Click Access ACCESS 1. Goal 2. Strategy 3. Visualisation Click Strategy SEARCH STRATEGY 1. Guided Choice 2. Direct 3. Personal Terms 4. Database Field Terms 5. Subject Headings 6. Standard Classification 7. Multiple Classification 8. Comparative Ontologies Click Personal Terms Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Name La Hire Astrolabe La Hire Projection Lamina Universal Landscape Drawing Landscapes Language Laser Law Leaning Pyramid Left Side View Legitimate Construction Length Letters Light and shade Line Linear Astrolabe Linear Drawing Linear Perspective Linguistics Literature Lithographic Drawing Locksmith Logarithmic Spiral A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Personal Terms WHAT 1. Terms 2. Titles 3. Other Libraries Clicking on any term brings new choices: Terms, Definitions, Explanations and Titles. Click Linear Perspective KEYWORDS: Linear Perspective 1. Terms 2. Definitions 3. Further Definitions 4. Explanations 5. Titles 6. Partial Contents 7. Full Contents Clicking on Definitions provides a personal definition of the term. Click Definitions Linear Perspective Related keywords: Bird's Eye View Central Projection Colour Perspective Diminution Of Form Perspective One Point Perspective Perspective Linear perspective records effects of distance (inverse size/distance law) on objects as they appear on a transparent window (picture plane, plane of delineation), placed between these objects and the eye (point of sight). It is also called central, Renaissance, frontal, Brunelleschian or Albertian perspective. The viewer's position determines whether frog's eye or bird's eye perspective is involved. The position of the picture plane with respect to objects determines whether one point perspective, two point perspective or three point perspective is involved. Perspective is special because it invovles unified (homogeneous) spaces and one can work backwards (reversibility) in recreating the original space of objects. Clicking on Further Definitions uses OneFind to search 120 other dictionaries. Click Further Definitions Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Linear Perspective Clicking on Explanations offers a choice of encyclopaedias such as Britannica 1911 etc. KEYWORDS: Linear Perspective 1. Terms 2. Definitions 3. Further Definitions 4. Explanations 5. Titles 6. Partial Contents 7. Full Contents TITLES 1. Primary Literature 2. Secondary Literature 3. Both Clicking on Titles gives a list that is a subset of the perspective bibliography. Click Titles Click Primary Literature for instance TITLES: primary 1. Chronological 2. By Title 3. By Author 4. Bibliographies 5. Standard lists Click By Title for instance Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. TitleAuthorYear 16 Tafeln zu Elementar-Linearzeichnungs Unterrichte Heinrich Weishaupt 18__ 2 Thl.: Theorie der Linear-Perspektive Carl Friedrich Christian Steiner 1861 A course in linear perspective Chace Newman 1931 A graduated course of instruction in linear perspective David Forsyth 1883 A graduated course of instruction in linear perspective David Forsyth 1885 A manual of elementary problems in linear perspectiveSamuel Edward Warren 1873 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form …Samuel Edward Warren 1868 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form …Samuel Edward Warren 1869 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form … Samuel Edward Warren 1874 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form … Samuel Edward Warren 1882 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form … Samuel Edward Warren 1886 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form … Samuel Edward Warren 1888 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form …Samuel Edward Warren 1863 A manual of elementary problems in the linear perspective of form and shadow... Samuel Edward Warren 1869 A manual of linear perspective Richard Somers Smith 1858 A manual of linear perspective. Perspective of form, shade and … Richard Somers Smith 1857 A manual of linear perspective. Perspective of form, shade and... Richard Somers Smith 1864 A popular outline of perspective or graphic projection...parallel, diagonal, pan... Thomas Morris 1869 A text book of geometrical drawing William Minifie 1850 A text book of geometrical drawing William Minifie 1855 A text book of geometrical drawing William Minifie 1865 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z To continue Strategy 4. Database Field Terms click

2 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh SUMS System for Universal Media Searching Strategy 4. Database Fields Terms Knowing the fields of the database gives us a better hope of finding what we seek. The fourth strategy level lists available database fields under each of the six questions. click to start SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies CHOICE 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Leisure 10. Time 11. Tools ACCESS 1. Goal 2. Strategy 3. Visualisation SEARCH STRATEGY 1. Guided Choice 2. Direct 3. Personal Terms 4. Database Field Terms 5. Subject Headings 6. Standard Classification 7. Multiple Classification 8. Comparative Ontologies Lets choose Database Field Terms strategy. Click Database Field Terms Data Base Terms: MDA (Museum Documentation Association) Click Who? Click What? Click Where? WHO Author Authority Honorific Name Full_Name Other_Name Ownership Person Person_Name Recorder WHAT Activity Administration oAdmin_Category oAdmin Status Audit Brief Summary Caption Catalogue_ Number Category oFull_Category oSimple_Category Class oClassified_Category oClassified_ Name Concept Conditions Conservation Content oContent_Analysis oContent_Outline Context Copyright Corporate Body Deposit Description WHERE Address Coordinates Habitat Location oLocality_Number oLocality_Type oPermanent_Location oTemporary_Location Place oPlace_Name Position oRelative_Position Site_Name Vice_County Clicking on any of these fields gives access to the contents under that heading The fourth strategy level lists available database fields under each of the six questions. To continue Strategy 5. Subject Headings click

3 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh Strategy 5. Subject Headings As we extend our search to major collections, we need their subject headings. In Strategy 5 we begin with subject headings of the Library of Congress. Eventually this will be expanded to include other subject headings, and keywords. click to start SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies CHOICE 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Leisure 10. Time 11. Tools ACCESS 1. Goal 2. Strategy 3. Visualisation SEARCH STRATEGY 1. Guided Choice 2. Direct 3. Personal Terms 4. Database Field Terms 5. Subject Headings 6. Standard Classification 7. Multiple Classification 8. Comparative Ontologies Click Subject Headings WHAT 1. Titles 2. Terms 3. Keywords 4. Other Libraries Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Library of Congress: Subject Headings Name Perspective Perspective Perspective Perspective Perspective Perspective Bibliography Perspective Bibliography Catalogs Perspective Bibliography. [from old catalog] Perspective Catalogs Perspective Congresses Perspective correlation in geology. [from old catalog] Perspective Data processing Perspective Early works to 1800 Perspective Early works to 1800 Addresses, essays, lectures Perspective Early works to 1800 Exhibitions Perspective Early works to [from old catalog] Perspective Exhibitions Perspective. [from old catalog] Perspective History Perspective History 17th century Congresses Perspective History Catalogs Perspective History Congresses Perspective History Exhibitions A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Clicking on any term gives access to Library of Congress holdings for that subject To continue Strategy 6. Standard Classification click

4 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh Strategy 6. Standard Classification Subject headings are effectively alphabetical lists of relevant terms. Classifications are effectively tree versions of the same terms, which show their relations. Level 6 uses the LC Classification as an example of this access. click to start SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies CHOICE 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Leisure 10. Time 11. Tools ACCESS 1. Goal 2. Strategy 3. Visualisation SEARCH STRATEGY 1. Guided Choice 2. Direct 3. Personal Terms 4. Database Field Terms 5. Subject Headings 6. Standard Classification 7. Multiple Classification 8. Comparative Ontologies Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Library of Congress Classification Name ARCHITECTURE General works - Continued Architecture and the handicapped NA 254 General works By special group.A3 Aged.P5 Physically handicapped NA 255 Works for general readers e.g. Poetry of architecture, Seven lamps of architecture,e NA 255 Juvenile works Addresses, essays, lectures NA 256 Collective NA 256 Single NA (2570) Business management for architects, see NA1996 NA 259 Tables, pocketbooks, etc. Cf. TH151, Building construction NA 259 Miscellaneous maxims, etc. NA 259 Anecdotes and curiosities of architecture and architects NA 259 Facetiae, satire, etc. Atlases, collections of plans, architectural Atlases, collections of plans, architectural sketchbooks, etc., see A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Click Standard Classification Clicking on any term in classification gives access to Library of Congress holdings for that subject To continue Strategy 7. Multiple Classification click

5 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh Strategy 7. Multiple Classification A classification system orders the world in accordance with one mind set or world-view. As we go further still we need access to multiple classifications, multiple world-views. We have made a combined list of terms based on art and math sections of 8 systems. click to start SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies CHOICE 1. Access 2. Learning 3. Levels 4. Media 5. Quality 6. Quantity 7. Questions 8. Space 9. Leisure 10. Time 11. Tools ACCESS 1. Goal 2. Strategy 3. Visualisation SEARCH STRATEGY 1. Guided Choice 2. Direct 3. Personal Terms 4. Database Field Terms 5. Subject Headings 6. Standard Classification 7. Multiple Classification 8. Comparative Ontologies Click Multiple Classification Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Name Pedestal Pediments Pendulum (theory) Pentagram Pentimenti Performance Performing a work of art to the public Periodical illustrations Periodicals. folios Periodicals. general and miscellaneous Permanent exhibition Person stimulating the arts Perspective Perspective see also avp Perspective cf. nc , graphic arts technique t369, mechanical drawing Perspective geometrical works only. cf. nc , drawing; na2710, architecture; t369, mechanical drawing Perspective (alleg.), 'prospettiva' (ripa) Perspective and shading techinques Perspective drawings Perspective drawings by point of view Perspective projection Perspective projection cf. nc , drawing, design, illustration (fine arts) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Combined Subject List Clicking on any term from multiple classification now highlights which of the 8 systems deal with that term Click Perspective TERMS: perspective 1. AAT 2. Bliss 3. Dewey 4. Goettingen 5. Iconclass 6. LC 7. Rang 8. Riders 9. Direct link Clicking on any of these highlighted systems takes one to the term within their system Click AAT This allows one to study other related terms in their system Clicking on this term/related terms within their system gives their entries Top of the AAT hierarchies Activities Facet Processes and Techniques perspective anamorphic perspective atmospheric perspective axial perspective bifocal perspective curvilinear perspective inverted perspective linear perspective oblique perspective (perspective system) one-point perspective (perspective system) two-point perspective (perspective system) three-point perspective (perspective system) negative perspective Classification System: Art & Architecture Thesaurus Click axial perspective TERMS: axial perspective 1. Terms 2. No Definition 3. Explanations 4. Further Definitions 5. Titles 6. Partial Contents 7. Full Contents 8. Direct link Now we have the following choices in terms of levels to work with term axial perspective To finish Tutorial 5 click

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