Definitions for "Analytic"
A term used to refer to individual monograph records being created for items which are also part of a larger set, whether serial or monograph.
A catalog entry for a part of a publication for which a comprehensive entry is made. An analytic can be a title within a series, a chapter or article within a book, a series published within a larger series, etc. An analytic record can be either a monograph or a serial.
An individual catalog record for each number of a larger set (the "parent"), providing individual author, title, and subject access. There are 3 types of analysis, based on the nature of the set: ANALYZED CLASSED TOGETHER - each individual record has the same call # as the parent record, plus the numbering from the series statement (4xx or 8xx field) ANALYZED CLASSED SEPARATELY - the call #'s (and perhaps locations) in the individual records will vary; series numbering is not part of the call number SELECTIVELY ANALYZED - some of the volumes of a set will be analyzed; these usually carry the same call # as the parent, plus the series numbering. Note that the type of analysis may vary over the life of a given title.
Keywords:  keenly, spinsters, semiotics, alg, sem
Of or pertaining to analysis; resolving into elements or constituent parts; as, an analytical experiment; -- opposed to synthetic.
using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles); "an analytic experiment"; "an analytic approach"; "a keenly analytic man"; "analytical reasoning"; "an analytical mind"
of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience; "`all spinsters are unmarried' is an analytic proposition"
Keywords:  periphrastic, see
See periphrastic.
using or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus; "analytic statics"
Noting relationships, reasoning from the interrelations of a subject.
expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection
Keywords:  ideas, breaking, fit, things, examining
Breaking up things or ideas into parts and examining them to see how they fit together.