mixed notation

What is mixed notation?

mixed notation meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:

A classification notation in which two or more kinds of symbols are used, for example, the letters of the English alphabet used to indicate the main classes and first-level subdivisions in Library of Congress classification and the arabic numerals used for further subdivisions (example: ND 2893.A78). Compare with pure notation.

 

reference: ABC-CLIO