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ZDB-Fachgruppensystematik

Die Fachgruppensystematik wurde bis 2010 von der Zeitschriftendatenbank zur fachlichen Zuordnung von Zeitschriften verwendet und dann durch die DDC abgelöst

This classification was used in the German Union Catalogue of Serials until 2010 to classify journals. It was then replaced by the DDC.

Concepticon

This resource presents an attempt to link the large amount of different concept lists which are used in the linguistic literature, ranging from Swadesh lists in historical linguistics to naming tests in clinical studies and psycholinguistics. (...) This resource, our Concepticon, links concept labels from different conceptlists to concept sets. Each concept set is given a unique identifier, a unique label, and a human-readable definition. Concept sets are further structured by defining different relations between the concepts (...). The resource can be used for various purposes.

WO2 Thesaurus

"De WO2-thesaurus is een gevalideerde, hiërarchisch georganiseerde trefwoordenlijst voor de thematische ontsluiting van (digitale) bronnen uit de periode 1940-1945. De thesaurus bevat termen over gebeurtenissen, plaatsen, begrippen en objecten uit de Tweede Wereldoorlog. De trefwoorden zijn verdeeld over een aantal hoofdgebieden als Vervolging, Bestuur, Dagelijks Leven, Recht, etc. Tevens bevat de WO2-thesaurus een uitgebreide lijst van kampen en getto's in zowel Europa als Nederlands Indië; inclusief GPS coordinaten."

Partage Plus Vocabulary

"The PARTAGE PLUS VOCABULARY is a structured multilingual controlled vocabulary. It consists of components for the enrichment of metadata created for cultural heritage objects relating to Art Nouveau aesthetic production encompassing the visual arts, crafts and architecture, - referencing to and mainly based on the Art & Architecture Thesaurus of the Getty Research Institute.

Historical International Standard Classification of Occupations

"Starting in the 1950s the International Labour Office has developed an International Standard Classification of Occupations (isco) allowing classification of occupational activities worldwide. Naturally, this system is not intended to deal with historical information. In recent years, a group of historians and sociologists have started to build upon the 1968 version of isco to create a classification scheme for occupational titles in the 19th and early 20th centuries, called hisco (...).

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