Language

Multilingual Name Authority List

"The Multilingual name authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing language combinations with their authority code. The labels in the 24 official languages of the EU are taken (when available) from the Languages NAL. This NAL is maintained by the Publications Office of the EU in its Metadata Registry (MDR)."

Kielitieteen ontologia

"Uralistiikan tutkimuksen bibliografian asiasanaluettelon pohjalta on tehty alan julkaisujen sisällönkuvailuun soveltuva kielitieteellinen asiasanasto, johon tämä ontologia pohjaa. Käsitteillä on sekä suomen-, viron-, saksan- että englanninkieliset nimitykset. Kielitieteen asiasanasto: suomi-englanti-viro-saksa. 2003. Toimittajat: Anna-Liisa Kristiansson-Seppälä ja Ulla-Maija Kulonen; kääntäjät: David Steadman (englanti), Mare Onga (viro) ja Wolfgang Veenker (saksa) ; atk-asiantuntijat: Tarmo Rahikainen, Mikko T. Virtanen ja Outi Lehtinen.

Language – Standard Classification

"The standard classification of language is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has 24 categories, level 2 of the classification has 43 categories and level 3 has 134 categories – excluding residual categories."

"The standard classification of language is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has 24 categories, level 2 of the classification has 43 categories and level 3 has 134 categories – excluding residual categories."

Tesaurus de Llengua i Literatura Catalanes

"L'eina principal que utilitza la base de dades TRACES per descriure el contingut dels documents es el Tesaurus de Llengua i Literatura, un llenguatge documental controlat que permet alhora indexar de manera homogènia i fiable els documents i recuperar fàcilment i de forma guiada la informació que cada usuari necessita.

"The main tool used by the TRACES database to describe the contents of the documents Thesaurus Language and Literature, a documentary language that allows both controlled indexing evenly and reliably retrieve documents easily and tour information each user needs.

Event Ontology

"This ontology is centered around the notion of event, seen here as the way by which cognitive agents classify arbitrary time/space regions (...). This ontology has already been proven useful in a wide range of context, due to its simplicity and usability: from talks in a conference, to description of a concert, or chords being played in a Jazz piece (when used with the Timeline ontology), festivals, etc."

Australian Standard Classification of Languages

"All world languages are in scope of the classification. Languages with significant numbers of speakers in Australia are separately identified within the classification structure. Actively spoken Australian Indigenous languages are also separately identified. Languages which are not separately identified are included in the most appropriate residual category of the classification. Extinct or dead languages spoken for religious or academic purposes are included in the most appropriate residual category of the classification.

"All world languages are in scope of the classification. Languages with significant numbers of speakers in Australia are separately identified within the classification structure. Actively spoken Australian Indigenous languages are also separately identified. Languages which are not separately identified are included in the most appropriate residual category of the classification. Extinct or dead languages spoken for religious or academic purposes are included in the most appropriate residual category of the classification.

Fachgebärdenlexikon Psychologie Alphabetischer Index

"Die Begriffsliste wurde von gehörlosen und hörenden Studierenden des Faches Psychologie an der Universität Hamburg erstellt, wobei Anregungen aus der Gehörlosenpädagogik sowie der psychologischen und psychotherapeutischen Arbeit mit gehörlosen Personen berücksichtigt wurden.

"The conceptual list was prepared by deaf and hearing students of the Department of Psychology at the University of Hamburg, taking into account suggestions from deaf pedagogy as well as psychological and psychotherapeutic work with deaf people, including the introductory literature of the seven subject areas of general psychology, biopsychology, differential psychology , Developmental and pedagogic psychology, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology and social psychology, and was compared with already existing psychological specialties, with the aim of selecting a basic vocabulary for a

Canadian Literacy Thesaurus

"The Canadian Literacy Thesaurus/Thésaurus canadien d' alphabétisation was first published in 1992 by the Canadian Literacy Thesaurus Coalition. A second edition, published in 1996, brought the total number of terms to 1890 in English and 1950 in French. A revised, on-line version of the Thesaurus, launched early 2008, has brought the total number of terms to 2097 in English and 2201 in French. The online version of the Canadian Literacy Thesaurus replaces the print version. The Thesaurus can be used to index documents, whether they are print, audiovisual, or electronic.

"The Canadian Literacy Thesaurus/Thésaurus canadien d' alphabétisation was first published in 1992 by the Canadian Literacy Thesaurus Coalition. A second edition, published in 1996, brought the total number of terms to 1890 in English and 1950 in French. A revised, on-line version of the Thesaurus, launched early 2008, has brought the total number of terms to 2097 in English and 2201 in French. The online version of the Canadian Literacy Thesaurus replaces the print version. The Thesaurus can be used to index documents, whether they are print, audiovisual, or electronic.

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