technology

Thesaurus Oniris Géraudière

"ONIRIS est un établissement d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche du Ministère de l’alimentation de l’agriculture et de la pêche. Ancré dans son territoire et ouvert sur l’espace européen, il dispose d’une palette thématique très large incluant la santé animale et la santé publique, les domaines clinique, biomédical et des biotechnologies de la santé, les sciences de l’alimentation et le génie des procédés. ONIRIS a pour ambition d’être acteur dans les domaines de la santé animale et humaine, en contribuant activement au concept 'one medicine, one health', et de l’alimentation.

"ONIRIS is an institution of higher education and research of the Ministry of Food of Agriculture and Fisheries. Anchored in its territory and open to the European space, it has a very wide range of topics including Animal health and public health, clinical, biomedical and health biotechnology, food science and process engineering. The aim of ONIRIS is to be an actor in the fields of animal and human health, Actively contributing to the concept of 'one medicine, one health' and food.

Thesaurus Technik und Management

Der "Thesaurus Technik und Management (TEMA) bietet (...) die umfangreichste strukturierte Sammlung des aktuellen Fachwortschatzes zur Technik und zum produktionsorientierten Management". (...) Er "wird von WTI fortlaufend gepflegt und in einem Gemeinschaftsprojekt mit der Technischen Informationsbibliothek Hannover (TIB) zu einer Ontologie 'Technik' weiterentwickelt."

The "Thesaurus Technology and Management (TEMA) offers (...) the most comprehensive structured collection of the current technical vocabulary for production and technology-oriented management". (...) He is continually maintained by WTI and further developed into an ontology 'technology' in a joint project with the Technical Information Library of Hannover (TIB). "

International Classification for Standards

"The ICS (International Classification for Standards) is intended to serve as a structure for catalogues of international, regional and national standards and other normative documents, and as a basis for standing-order systems for international, regional and national standards. It may also be used for classifying standards and normative documents in databases, libraries, etc.

"The ICS (International Classification for Standards) is intended to serve as a structure for catalogues of international, regional and national standards and other normative documents, and as a basis for standing-order systems for international, regional and national standards. It may also be used for classifying standards and normative documents in databases, libraries, etc.

Ontology for Biomedical Investigations

"The Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI) project is developing an integrated ontology for the description of biological and clinical investigations. This includes a set of 'universal' terms, that are applicable across various biological and technological domains, and domain-specific terms relevant only to a given domain. This ontology will support the consistent annotation of biomedical investigations, regardless of the particular field of study.

Cooperative Patent Classification

"The Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) effort is a joint partnership between the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO) where the Offices have agreed to harmonize their existing classification systems (European Classification (ECLA) and United States Patent Classification (USPC) respectively) and migrate towards a common classification scheme."

"The Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) effort is a joint partnership between the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO) where the Offices have agreed to harmonize their existing classification systems (European Classification (ECLA) and United States Patent Classification (USPC) respectively) and migrate towards a common classification scheme."

United States Patent Classification

"The USPC is a system for organizing all U.S. patent documents and many other technical documents into relatively small collections based on common subject matter. Each subject matter division in the USPC includes a major component called a class and a minor component called a subclass. A class generally delineates one technology from another. Subclasses delineate processes, structural features, and functional features of the subject matter encompassed within the scope of a class. Every class has a unique alphanumeric identifier, as do most subclasses.

International Patent Classification

"The International Patent Classification (IPC), established by the Strasbourg Agreement 1971, provides for a hierarchical system of language independent symbols for the classification of patents and utility models according to the different areas of technology to which they pertain.
The IPC divides technology into eight sections with approximately 70,000 subdivisions. Each subdivision has a symbol consisting of Arabic numerals and letters of the Latin alphabet.

"The International Patent Classification (IPC), established by the Strasbourg Agreement 1971, provides for a hierarchical system of language independent symbols for the classification of patents and utility models according to the different areas of technology to which they pertain.
The IPC divides technology into eight sections with approximately 70,000 subdivisions. Each subdivision has a symbol consisting of Arabic numerals and letters of the Latin alphabet.

Derwent World Patents Index Classification System

"Companies often use different names for the same invention, and additional variation may be introduced when the patent application is translated into different languages. Also some keywords can appear in many different contexts within patent titles. For example the word 'valve' can be either mechanical or electrical. So a subject classification system is essential for effective patent searching.

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