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CMS Ontology

"An ontology to represent the content management systems and their interaction with the triplestore. For instance, how should an entity in the triplestore, e.g., the URI for Manchester United, be linked to an external CMS that provides more information about Manchester United, e.g., sports statistics, or how should a creative work URI in the triplestore refer to the CMS it was created. The CMS ontology provides the Linked Data Platform customers with pointers to additional information about a thing in other systems."

Basic Terminology of Stereochemistry

"The definitions used in this glossary are identical to those in the published document, see G.P. Moss Pure and Applied Chemistry, 68, 2193-2222 (1996) [Copyright IUPAC; reproduced with the permission of IUPAC]. If you use any of these definitions please cite this reference as their source. In setting up the World Wide Web version some errors have been detected. The changes have been marked by which is a link to details of the change and where it applies. (...)

Nigerian Local Government Area Geodemographic Classification System and Profiler

"In a nut-shell, a geodemographic classification system is an attempt to simplify a large and complex body of information about people, where and how they live, work or recreate. It is developed on geographical ideas that similar people with similar characteristics are more likely to live within the same locality and that such area types will be distributed in different locations across geographical space.

"In a nut-shell, a geodemographic classification system is an attempt to simplify a large and complex body of information about people, where and how they live, work or recreate. It is developed on geographical ideas that similar people with similar characteristics are more likely to live within the same locality and that such area types will be distributed in different locations across geographical space.

Pendlebury Library of Music Classification System

"Understanding the basic principles of the classification system will make browsing and finding materials in the Pendlebury Library a lot easier. Every item in the library has a specific and unique shelf number. It is this number that is crucial for locating the item on the shelves. There actually are three different classification systems; one for bound volumes (books and scores), one for unbound music and one for other media (CDs, Videos, DVDs, Microfilms etc.)."

Keyword Catalog

"The Keyword Catalog is a hierarchical, controlled vocabulary composed of commonly used key words, synonyms and phrases. It is mainly aimed at stock photographers who wish to easily find appropriate keywords to tag their growing image collections. It covers a very broad sweep of subjects and is divided into 40 convenient main categories, subcategories, headings and subheadings. The keywords have been systematically arranged in order to make it as easy as possible to find the keywords and associated words.

"The Keyword Catalog is a hierarchical, controlled vocabulary composed of commonly used key words, synonyms and phrases. It is mainly aimed at stock photographers who wish to easily find appropriate keywords to tag their growing image collections. It covers a very broad sweep of subjects and is divided into 40 convenient main categories, subcategories, headings and subheadings. The keywords have been systematically arranged in order to make it as easy as possible to find the keywords and associated words.

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