military science

Οδηγός νατοϊκής ορολογίας

"1. Οι λίστες του Στρατιωτικού λεξιλογίου που ακολουθούν, έχουν εκπονηθεί από την Βρετανική αντιπροσωπεία στο BILC, για να ακολουθήσει την αναφορά με την ομάδα μελέτης υπ’ αριθμ. 1 στους κόλπους του BILC 94 – Γλωσσική Εκπαίδευση για τις ιδιαίτερες στρατιωτικές ανάγκες, οι οποίες προσδιορίζουν

NATOTerm

"NATOTerm contains non-classified military terminology, as well as non-military terminology relevant to NATO. NATOTerm is available in both NATO official languages, i.e. English and French, and is maintained by the NATO Terminology Office, which is part of the NATO Standardization Office. This database is the result of a data migration from the former NATO Terminology Management System (NTMS), which is expected to be completed by the end of 2015. The NATO Terminology Office, which administers the database, has concentrated on the terminology that is 'NATO Agreed' first.

Thesaurus of ASTIA Descriptors

"The Thesaurus is divided into three major sections: the Schedule of Descriptors, the Scope Note Index, and the charts of Generic Relationships. The Schedule of Descriptors comprises (1) an alphabetical list of Descriptor Fields covering the ASTIA (AD) collection in terms of subject matter disciplines; (2) the Descriptor Fields divided into distinct Descriptor Groups indicating the extent of each Descriptor Field; and (3) an alphabetical-numerical list of these Descriptor Groups, displaying the individual Descriptors within each group."

MATRIS Indexing and Retrieval Thesaurus

"Categories covered in this hierarchy: Manpower; Recruitment, Selection/Classification/Assignment; Education and Training; Human Resources Management; Organizations; Human Factors Engineering; Information Processing/Cognition; Human Performance; Data Management; Program Management; Defense/Welfare; Personnel; Skills; Task/System Analysis; Quantification/Analysis Techniques; Safety/Environmental Factors; Systems/Equipment; and Media/Documents."

Low Intensity Conflict Thesaurus

"This thesaurus is a presentation of terms to be used for the indexing and retrieval of documents dealing with the subject area of Low Intensity Conflict (LIC). A wide range of documents and reports relevant to LIC were selected, catalogued and indexed from open literature as part of a feasibility study on an Information Analysis Centre (IAC). The Thesaurus of Engineering and Scientific Terms (TEST) was used initially for indexing terms but it became apparent that the subject matter required a broader range of terms in areas not covered comprehensively by TEST.

Subject Headings of the Morris Swett Library

"This list of subject headings is used at the Morris Swett Library. It has been compiled by past and present librarians as well as library staffs. Some subject headings have been taken directly from Library of Congress headings. They have been added to and adjusted to meet artillery needs. This product represents a consensus of agreement between artillery specialists and librarians as to the best terminology to use."

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