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Vocabulario Controlado Sobre Biblioclastia

"El desarrollo de este vocabulario forma parte del Proyecto Institucional CAICYT sobre bibliocastía en Argentina. Este proyecto se propone en el marco del Laboratorio de información de CAICYT relevar la información y estudiar diferentes aspectos de este tema. El proyecto comprende el desarrollo de este vocabulario que servirá como herramienta de indización para una Bibliografía Argentina sobre Biblioclastía y para la categorización de casos para un futuro Observatorio de Bibliocastía.

Resource Type Vocabulary

"The Resource Type vocabulary defines concepts to identify the genre of a resource. Such resources, like publications, research data, audio and video objects, are typically deposited in institutional and thematic repositories or published in ejournals. This vocabulary supports a hierarchical model that relates narrower and broader concepts. Multilingual labels regard regional distinctions in language and term. Concepts of this vocabulary are mapped with terms and concepts of similar vocabularies and dictionaries.

Resource types Name Authority List

"The Resource types named authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing resource or document types with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available). The Resouce types NAL is part of the Core Metadata (CM) used in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the EU.

Computer-Based Patient Record Ontology

"The (Computer-Based Patient Record) CPR ontology burrows its name from the Institute of Medicine term used to define medical records systems of the future and the important features that distinguish them for EHRs of today. In particular, it defines a set of requirements including a Record Content category, which states: Uniform core data elements, standardized coding systems and formats, a common data dictionary, and information on outcomes of care and functional status.