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DOCAM Glossaurus

"Le Glossaurus est un outil bilingue combinant un glossaire et un thésaurus : une définition est associée aux principaux concepts des arts médiatiques employés au sein de DOCAM, qui sont positionnés dans une arborescence."

"The Glossaurus is a bilingual tool that acts as both a glossary and a thesaurus: terms associated with the principal media arts concepts used by DOCAM, together with their definitions, are structured in a tree diagram."

Ordnøkkelen – tesaurus for kulturminnevern

"Ordnøkkelen – tesaurus for kulturminnevern er utarbeidet av Riksantikvaren. Termene i Ordnøkkelen skal ikke oppfattes som enegyldig norm for språkbruk innen kulturminnevern. Termene er valgt ut fra behovet Riksantikvaren har når litteratur, bilder o.a. skal registreres i databaser, for senere gjenfinning. Det er derfor ikke en fullstendig ordliste for kulturminnevern, men gjenspeiler behovet for gjenfinning i basene. Detaljeringsgraden vil derfor være ulik for forskjellige emner.

农业科学叙词表开放关联数据

"Chinese Agricultural Thesaurus (CAT) is the largest agricultural domain thesaurus in China, which is held and maintained by AII of CAAS. CAT was the important fruits of more than 100 professionals’ six years hard work. The international and national standards were adopted while designing and constructing CAT. CAT covers areas including agriculture, forestry, biology, etc. It is organized in 40 main categories and contains more than 63 thousands concepts and most of them have English translation.

London Education Classification

"The London Education Classification is a library classification and indexing thesaurus used at the UCL Institute of Education. It was devised by D.J. Foskett and Joy Foskett. It was devised to address deficiencies in general classification schemes in dealing with education. It was originally devised in 1963, and revised in 1974. It is a faceted classification, inspired by the work of S.R. Ranganathan and of the Classification Research Group."

Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

"The Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT) is a thesaurus that describes what a work is versus what it is about. For instance, the subject heading Horror films, with appropriate subdivisions, would be assigned to a book about horror films. A cataloger assigning headings to the movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre would also use Horror films, but it would be a genre/form term since the movie is a horror film, not a movie about horror films.

Vocabulario de indización ISOC Humanidades - Patrimonio cultural

"Lenguaje utilizado en las sub-bases ISOC de Antropología, Arqueología, Bellas Artes e Historia. Se estructura en base a los diferentes campos de análisis de contenido utilizados en esta base de datos: clasificación, descriptores, identificadores, topónimos, periodo histórico, palabras clave de autor."

"Language used in the ISOC sub-bases of Anthropology, Archeology, Fine Arts and History. It is structured based on the different fields of content analysis used in this database: classification, descriptors, identifiers, place names, historical period, author keywords. "

Functions and Activities Thesaurus for Business, Academic, Not-for-profit, and Government Entities

"The thesaurus is intended for open access use by government, academic, and business records centers and archives for use in functional (function-based) classification of records and to aid in the arrangement and description (including electronic description) of archival materials.

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