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Mortimer Taube

Mortimer Taube in 1953 introduced the concept of Uniterm indexing, a post-coordinae indexing system. He was important to the Library Science field because he invented Coordinate Indexing, which uses “Uniterms” in the context of cataloging. Uniterm indexing system is a post coordinate indexing system based on term entry principle.
Popular Books of Mortimer Taube includes - Computers and Common Sense: The Myth of Thinking Machines (1961); Studies in Coordinate Indexing (1953); Information Storage and Retrieval: Theory, Systems, and Devices (1958) co-authored by H. A. Wooster.