General works, Computer science and Information

ArticleTypes Ontology

"The ArticleTypes Ontology is a categorization of kinds of publication which are used to index and group content published on This taxonomy is organised into a single tree using the SKOS vocabulary. It includes article-types that are directly applied to content, such as Article, Review Article, News, or Book Review plus higher-level groupings such as Research, News and Comment, or Amendments and Corrections. Categorization of content with the ArticleTypes Ontology is orthogonal to categorization with the Subjects Ontology."

ReviewStates Ontology

"The ReviewStates Ontology is a categorization of the various states that mark the review status of a publication. In particular, these indicate stages in the publishing workflow. For example, a siginificant state change for an article publication occurs when it is accepted for publication, whereby it transitions from an earlier "Received" state to an "Accepted" state. These state changes are managed by review-event objects which capture both the review-state and the date (or datetime) at which this event occurs."

Value Qualifier

"This file contains the CGI Value Qualifier vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. These terms are taken from the enumeration for values that may be assigned as the valueQualifier on CGI_Value. Definitions are proposed. This codelist includes qualifiers of several sorts: 1. frequence of occurrence--qualifiers that indicate how many occurrences of a described feature are expected to have a reported value. E.g. 'commonly red, sometimes brown'; 2.

Vocabulary Relation

"This file contains the CGI Vocabulary Relation vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. Use National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction, format, and management of monolingual controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3.

Klassifikationssystem der Bibliothek

"Innerhalb der verschiedenen Hauptkategorien werden die Werke laut einem Systematikplan der Sachgebiete unterteilt. Eine abgekürzte Kopie dieses Systematikplans ist an diesem Dokument geklammert. Eine Referenzkopie befindet sich auch in der ganzen Bibliothek, am Anfang von jedem Regal.

"Within the various main categories, the works are divided according to a systematic plan of the subject areas, an abbreviated copy of this systematic plan is stuck to this document, and a reference copy is also found throughout the library, at the beginning of each shelf.

The same system according to subject areas (1 - 99) is used:
- for the main category A
- for all country groups of the main category B
- for all national legal orders of the main category C
- for the works of main category E, with differences for Islamic law (EC)

Garside Classification

"The Garside Classification Scheme is one of those used in the libraries of UCL. It was devised by Kenneth Garside while he was deputy librarian there. Intellectually, it was based on the close relationship between the library and the teaching departments. The library at UCL rejected the major published classification schemes because 'none of them would generally acceptable to the teaching departments without such major modifications as would have destroyed its essential character.' Instead, it was modeled around the 'subject reading rooms' into which the collection had been divided.


"한국십진분류법(韓國十進分類法, KDC: Korean Decimal Classification)은 한국도서관협회에서 듀이십진분류법(DDC: Dewey Universal Decimal Classification)의 주류를 바탕으로 일본십진분류법(NDC)의 용어를 가져다 한국 실정에 맞게 변형한 자료분류법이다.
모든 지식 분야를 총류(0), 철학(1), 종교(2), 사회과학(3), 자연과학(4), 기술과학(5), 예술(6), 언어(7), 문학(8), 역사(9) 따위 열 가지 주류(主類: section)로 가르고, 각 주류마다 다시 10가지로 나누어 강목(綱目:division)으로 구분한다. 총류에는 여러 주제를 포괄하거나 특정 주제로 분류하기 어려운 것들이 속하여, 백과사전, 사전(辭典), 전집, 총서 등이 여기에 분류된다."

"The Korean decimal classification (KDC) is a system of library classification used in South Korea. The main classes are the same as in the Dewey Decimal Classification but these are in a different order: Natural sciences 400; Technology and engineering 500; Arts 600; Language 700."