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IoT lite Ontology

"The IoT lite Ontology is a lightweight ontology to represent Internet of Things resources, entities and services. The lightweight allow the representation and use of IoT platforms without consuming excessive processing time when querying the ontology. However it is also a meta ontology that can be extended in order to represent IoT concepts in a more detail way in different domains."

Children's Books Marketing Classifications

"These codes are for marketing purposes only. They do not replace the BIC Subject Categories. Data collection agencies like BML and Nielsen BookScan can use these new codes to provide a breakdown of the different categories of children's books sales through the retail trade, to enable you to measure how different parts of your list are doing relative to each other and the size of your market share."

UK Standard Library Categories

"Note this scheme was originally published as a draft and called e4libraries Subject Category Headings. This scheme was revised by a panel of experts and the new UKSLC scheme is the result of this process. The UKSLC is based on the BIC standard subject categories used in bookshops and by online retailers. The scheme is designed for the public library sector to provide library-oriented category headings applicable across the full range of adult non-fiction, fiction and children's/young adult stock.

The National Archives Thesaurus

"The Thesaurus is a subject index of the catalogues and administrative histories in this archive. You can use this to find datasets and documents dealing with subjects that you're interested in."

"The Thesaurus is a subject index of the catalogues and administrative histories in this archive. You can use this to find datasets and documents dealing with subjects that you're interested in."

Book Industry Communication Standard Subject Categories

"The BIC Standard Subject Categories & Qualifiers scheme is the standard classification scheme for the UK book trade and other English language markets. Version 2.1 of the BIC scheme (BIC2.1) was released in December 2010. It updates and expands the previous Version 2.0. Note that all codes in BIC2.0 are included in BIC2.1 (although some headings have been modified, typically to update terminology or clarify scope)."

UK Archival Thesaurus

"UKAT is a subject thesaurus which has been created for the archive sector in the United Kingdom. It is a controlled vocabulary which archives can use when indexing their collections and catalogues. UKAT was created between June 2003 and August 2004 from subject terms contributed by individual archives, archive projects and users of archives. The backbone of UKAT is the UNESCO Thesaurus. However, while UNESCO covers a broad range of subject areas, it often lacks the depth of detailed terminology required by archives for indexing.