This F.I.D. restricted conference was, from the point of view of the U.D.C., almost too ambitious in its programme, considering that meetings of the Council and of the experts on building classification were held concurrently throughout the week. Inevitably, the more general topics, such as classification rules (section 1) and notation principles (section 2), received rather scant attention, but the results from many of the U.D.C. special Sub‐committee meetings showed that they had laid an excellent basis for greatly improved work and more rapid development in the future.
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