MADS

Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms

"This vocabulary will be used to describe the creators of, and contributors to, resources, and also the intended audience of resources. It will be created and maintained by the Policy and Standards Division, and be distinct from the other vocabularies that are maintained by that division: Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT), and the Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music (LCMPT).

Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music

"Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has long included headings that represent the genre or form of musical works in combination with the mediums of performance (e.g., Sonatas (Trombone and organ); Concertos (Bassoon, clarinet, English horn, flute)), as well as headings that represent the mediums of performance alone (e.g., Bass clarinet and piano music). The structure of the headings can sometimes be of marginal utility to researchers, who may be most interested in finding music for a particular combination of instruments and are less focused on the genre of the music.

Vocabulario Terminológico Sobre Cultura Infantil y Juvenil

"El campo de la literatura infantil y juvenil reconoce su especificidad dentro de los estudios literarios y, a la vez, establece relaciones con otros campos como los estudios culturales, los estudios sobre la infancia, la producción editorial y el estudio de la ilustración y el diseño como campos de estudio y de práctica profesional." 843 Términos, 274 Relaciones entre términos, 76 Términos equivalentes.

"The field of children's literature recognizes its specificity within literary studies and, at the same time, establishes relationships with other fields such as cultural studies, studies on childhood, editorial production and the study of illustration and Design as fields of study and professional practice. " 843 Terms, 274 Relationship between terms, 76 Equivalent terms.

Vitruvio

"Vocabulario controlado especializado en arquitectura, arte, diseño y urbanismo. (...) 2750 Términos, 758 Relaciones entre términos, 351 Términos equivalentes."

"Controlled vocabulary specialized in architecture, art, design and urbanism. (...) 2750 Terms, 758 Relationships between terms, 351 Equivalent terms."

Svenska ämnesord

"Svenska ämnesord (SAO) är ett kontrollerat ämnesordssystem med nästan 38 000 termer från alla ämnesområden. Systemet har funnits sedan 2000 och används av de flesta högskole- och universitetsbibliotek och av många LIBRIS-bibliotek. I Svenska ämnesord kan du hitta ämnesord för att söka i bibliotekskataloger och andra databaser, och för att indexera facklitteratur och annat material.

"Swedish subject headings (SAO) is a controlled subject headings system containing 38 000 terms from all disciplines. The system has been around since 2000 and is used by most university libraries and many LIBRIS libraries. In Swedish subject headings, you can find subject headings to search library catalogs and other databases, and to index the literature and other materials."

Uniclass

"Launched in 1997, Uniclass, the classification for the construction industry, is the UK implementation of BS ISO 12006-2, providing a structured approach to classifying the building information by organising information based upon common characteristics. The recent developments and wide-adoption of BIM to manage information across the project timeline, has meant the need for a unified approach to classification, ensuring that information is universally structured regardless of the author. This lead to a review of Uniclass and the development of Uniclass2."

Guidelines for the Construction, Format, and Management of Monolingual Controlled Vocabularies

"127 Terms, 60 Relations between terms, 15 Non preferred terms." "This Standard presents guidelines and conventions for the contents, display, construction, testing, maintenance, and management of monolingual controlled vocabularies. This Standard focuses on controlled vocabularies that are used for the representation of content objects in knowledge organization systems including lists, synonym rings, taxonomies, and thesauri. This Standard should be regarded as a set of recommendations based on preferred techniques and procedures.

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