Library Science MCQs: Information System and Programs – Quiz-4

LIS MCQs for Information System and Programs. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Information Systems and Programs. This is Quiz-4 of the Information system and programs MCQ series. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then these MCQs of Library Information systems and different programs used in Library management are very helpful for you.

The library Information systems and Programs are discussed in multiple choice question and answer (MCQs).

LIS MCQs about Library Information System and Programs

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151. United Nations Bibliographic Information System (UNBIS) is located at:
A. Geneva
B. New York
C. Vienna
D. Paris
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152. The need for ISBD was felt primarily for the realization of the goal of:
A. UAP
B. UBC
C. Net Working
D. Resource Sharing
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153. The BS 1OOOM for UDC stands for:
A. Abridged Edition
B. Original Edition
C. International Medium Edition
D. Unabridged Edition
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154. UNISIST Reference Manual was brought out by:
A. ISO
B. BSO
C. UNESCO
D. IFLA
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155. UDC English versions are being brought out by:
A. FID
B. BSI
C. UNESCO
D. IFLA
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156. CODATA referral database was set up by:
A. LC
B. UNESCO
C. FAO
D. UNDP
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157. A service that links users to appropriate sources of information on the basis of specially prepared guides is known as:
A. SDA
B. CAS
C. Referral
D. Reference
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158. The facility of searching all the fields of the database with a given term or expression is known as:
A. Free Text Searching
B. Truncated Searching
C. Boolean Searching
D. Algebraic Searching
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159. The frequency of Library and Information Science Abstracts (LISA) is:
A. Semi-Monthly
B. Monthly
C. Bi-monthly
D. Quarterly
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160. A methodically Arranged compendium or summary of literary, historical, legal, scientific or other written matter is known as:
A. Technical Digest
B. Trend Report
C. House Report
D. Alert Service
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161. Advances in Librarianship is an example of:
A. House Bulletin
B. State of the Art Report
C. Product Bulletin
D. Technical Digest
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162. A system that processes and provides access to bibliographic data and other records of knowledge is known as:
A. Industrial System
B. Information System
C. Knowledge system
D. Data System
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163. An organization covering in its fold several other institutions or agencies is known as:
A. Total Organization
B. Complete Organization
C. Omnibus Organization
D. Umbrella Organization
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164. The concept of the National Information System (NATIS) was promoted by:
A. FID
B. IFLA
C. UNESCO
D. ICSU
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165. The parent body of UNISIST II is:
A. UNESCO
B. UNIDO
C. FAO
D. UNO
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166. Who defined an information system as “an organization of people, material and machines that serve to facilitate the transfer of information from one person to another”:
A. Weisman
B. Mikhailov
C. Vickery
D. Chapman
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167. General System Theory was developed by:
A. A.E. Cowkell
B. Fritz Machlup
C. L. Von Bertalanfly
D. Georges Andre la
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168. A network in which all the computers (nodes) are attached to a single cable is known as:
A. Ring
B. Star
C. Bus
D. Hierarchical
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169. A kind of network where all communications must go to other nodes through a central point is known as:
A. Hierarchical
B. Distributed
C. Star
D. Bus
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170. INFLISNET is an example of:
A. LAN
B. MAN
C. WAN
D. Global Network
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171. A network that exists on campus or an institution is known as:
A. LAN
B. MAN
C. WAN
D. Starnet Work
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172. “An organization for directing researchers for information and data to appropriate sources is known as:
A. ‘Data Bank
B. Information Analysis Centre
C. Clearing House
D. Referral Centre
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173. The National Translation Centre at the John Crerar Library, Chicago is an example:
A. DOC Centre
B. Clearing House
C. Information Analysis Centre
D. Information Evaluation Centre
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174. A small-scale reproduction or presentation of an actual object or thing is known as:
A. Mode
B. Plan
C. Graph
D. Globe
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175. The Symbol O in the flowchart represents:
A. Terminal
B. Processing
C. Decision
D. Connector
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176. The symbol D in the flow chart represents:
A. Input/Output
B. Decision
C. Processing
D. Terminal
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177. A system that does not change or import energies in any of the forms is known as:
A. Object System
B. Closed System
C. Open System
D. Partial System
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178. A system exchanging materials, energy, or information with its environment is known as:
A. Closed System
B. Total System
C. Adoptive System
D. Open System
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179. The world’s first adding machine was devised in 1867 by:
A. Blaise Pascal
B. J.M. Jacquard
C. Charles Babbage
D. H. Hollerith
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180. The abacus device was probably used in early 2200 BC by the:
A. Egyptians
B. Babylonians
C. Assyrians
D. Persians
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181. An analytical engine according to Babbage’s drawing was constructed in 1854 by:
A. Microsoft
B. IBM
C. Apple Computer
D. General Electric
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182. Microcomputer was developed during the period:
A. 1942-1959
B. 1959-1965
C. 1965-1910
D. 1970-Present
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183. “A branch of Computer involving computers to do solving that requires intelligence” is known as:
A. Natural Intelligence
B. Artificial Intelligence
C. Computer Intelligence
D. Technical Intelligence
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184. A Software package developed to a base of knowledge in a specialized area to make a decision recommendation is known as:
A. Intelligence Systems
B. Knowledge Systems
C. Information Systems
D. Expert Systems
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185. Indicate the development in the computer memory and processing capacity is popularly known as:
A. Ages
B. Landmarks
C. Eras
D. Generations
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186. A single user-oriented computer processing system to perform a wide variety of tasks is known as:
A. Macro Computer
B. Mini Computer
C. Personal computer
D. Micro Computer
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187. The generation of computers introduced in 1964, is a family of:
A. Mainframe
B. PC
C. Mini
D. Micro
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188. A machine-readable code consisting of vertical bars of varying widths to represent data is known as:
A. Binary Code
B. Legal Code
C. Business Code
D. Bar Code
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189. A tiny silver in which integrated electronic components are deposited is known as:
A. Bit
B. Byte
C. Chip
D. Disk
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190. A processing complex consisting of two or more integrated computers is known as a computer:
A. System
B. Networks
C. Interface
D. Storage
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191. The addressable storage in a computer directly under the control of the CPU is known as:
A. External
B. Internal
C. Outside
D. Depth
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192. A chip on which Central Processing Unit is provided is known as:
A. Macro Processor
B. Mini Processor
C. Micro Processor
D. Super Processor
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193. An input device when rolled across a flat surface guides the cursor on the screen and is known as:
A. Disk
B. Chart
C. Mouse
D. Modem
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194. The devices that indirect communication with the computer is known as:
A. Off line
B. Middle Line
C. On-Line
D. Low Line
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195. A device that converts computer output into graphic hard copy form is known as:
A. Plotter
B. Terminal
C. Light pen
D. Bar Code
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196. The use of computers to create view, edit, store ·and retrieve data is known as:
A. Programming
B. Editing
C. Processing
D. Retrieving
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197. A programming language oriented towards problem-solving is known as:
A. High level
B. Low level
C. Middle Level
D. Upper level
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198. The author of Introduction to Computer Science is:
A. D.H. Saunders
B. W.H. Fuon
C. J.P. Tremblay
D. C. Buffington
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199. A technique in which a number of similar items or transactions to be processed is known as:
A. Batch Processing
B. Distributed Processing
C. Interactive Processing
D. Parallel Processing
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200. A processing approach that starts immediately after input data is entered and output is produced is known as:
A. Parallel Processing
B. Real-Time Processing
C. Interactive Processing
D. Distributed Processing
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So, these are questions from 200 to 251 about Library Information systems and Programs.

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