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Thésaurus d'Architecture, d'Urbanisme et de l'Environnement

"Le Thésaurus AUE des termes d'architecture, d'urbanisme et d'environnement dont la première édition est parue en 1999, constitue un outil de travail utilisé aujourd'hui par l'ensemble des CAUE ainsi que par certains partenaires dans ces domaines. Fruit à l'origine de la collaboration des CAUE de l'Ain, de l'Oise, du Rhône et du Val-d'Oise, le Thésaurus AUE a fait l'objet de mises à jour régulières, de façon à permettre à cet outil de s'adapter à l'évolution du langage des domaines concernés. Voici donc la quatrième édition 2008, enrichie de plus de 150 termes.

"The AUE Thesaurus of Architectural, Urban and Environmental Terms, first published in 1999, is a working tool used today by all the CAUEs as well as by certain partners in these fields. The AUE Thesaurus was the fruit of the collaboration of the AAU, the Oise, the Rhône and the Val-d'Oise, and has been regularly updated to allow this The fourth edition 2008, enriched with more than 150 terms. Of the 25 tables that prioritize the 4,500 terms present in the thesaurus, the Landscape and Energy Have been widely complemented and restructured.

CAB Thesaurus

"The CAB Thesaurus is the essential search tool for all users of the CAB ABSTRACTS™ and Global Health databases and related products. The CAB Thesaurus is not only an invaluable aid for database users but it has many potential uses by individuals and organizations indexing their own information resources for both internal use and on the Internet.

Ontology of Anatomical Entities

"The AEO is an ontology of anatomical structures that expands CARO, the Common Anatomy Reference Ontology, to about 160 classes using the is_a relationship; it thus provides a detailed type classification for tissues. The ~100 new classes were chosen for their use in categorizing the major vertebrate and invertebrate anatomy ontologies at a granularity adequate for tissues of a single cell type.
The AEO is intended to be useful in increasing the amount of knowledge in anatomy ontologies, facilitating annotation and enabling interoperability across anatomy ontologies.


"UMTHES® umfasst 13.500 Deskriptoren (Sachschlagwörter) und 40.000 verknüpfte deutschsprachige Synonyme mit 35.000 englischen Übersetzungen/Äquivalenten und rund 11.000 Begriffsdefinitionen. Der Umwelt-Thesaurus (UMTHES®) stellt für das große Thema 'Umwelt (Umweltnutzung / Umweltbelastung / Umweltschutz)' Begriffe in ihrem Zusammenhang dar (allgemeinere/speziellere Begriffe u.a.) und sammelt die unterschiedlichen Wörter dafür, einschließlich englischer Übersetzungen.

"UMTHES® includes 13,500 descriptors and 40,000 linked German-language synonyms with 35,000 English translations / equivalents and around 11,000 definitions. The environmental thesaurus (UMTHES®) presents concepts for the big theme of 'Environment (environmental use / environmental pollution / environmental protection)' (More general / more specific terms, among others), and collects the various words, including English translations, on which computer programs automatically support effective information search beyond language boundaries. "


"Die Umwelt-Klassifikation dient der inhaltlichen Erschließung von Objekten (Literatur, F&E-Vorhaben/ -beschreibungen, Rechtsvorschriften, …) im interdisziplinären Themenbereich 'Umwelt'. Sie ermöglicht deren Zuordnung zu bestimmten Umweltthemen und erleichtert damit ein treffsicheres aber gleichzeitig umfassendes (Wieder-) Auffinden. Diese Zuordnung erfolgt in der Regel als Metainformation in Verzeichnissen über den Ablageort der Objekte (z. B. Datenbanken, Bibliothekskataloge).

"The environmental classification serves the content development of objects (literature, R & D projects / legislation, ...) in the interdisciplinary thematic area 'Environment', which makes it possible to assign them to specific environmental topics, thus facilitating an accurate yet comprehensive (re- ) This classification is usually presented as a meta-information in directories about the storage location of the objects (eg databases, library catalogs) For clarification, the classification can be imagined as a group of 14 columns that symbolize the environmental areas (Eg, LU11, WA54)