The Getty Thesaurus of Geographical Names

"TGN is a structured vocabulary currently containing around 1,106,000 names and other information about places. Names for a place may include names in the vernacular language, English, other languages, historical names, names and in natural order and inverted order. Among these names, one is flagged as the preferred name. TGN is a thesaurus, compliant with ISO and NISO standards for thesaurus construction; it contains hierarchical, equivalence, and associative relationships. Note that TGN is not a GIS (Geographic Information System).

Telecommunications Object Thesaurus

"The structure is designed to accommodate additional terms. It is hierarchically structured using the 'kind of' rule, eg public telephone kiosk is a kind of telephone kiosk, but you can also find terms by a search function and an A-Z index. Importantly, this thesaurus has a wiki facility so you can add additional scope notes and non-preferred terms straightaway. Connected Earth's Telecommunciations Object Thesaurus gives a common language for telecommunciations heritage objects."

Powerhouse Museum Object Names Thesaurus

"The thesaurus has been developed specifically for our collection. The Powerhouse collection covers a wide variety of subject areas and many different types of objects are included. There are approximately 8,600 terms. But we do not claim to have a comprehensive list of all objects and we are actively seeking contributions to broaden the appeal of the thesaurus. We have recently added a number of new terms at the request of the National Museum of Australia, and we continue to work with them in developing the thesaurus.

Les Thésaurus Réseau Accès Informatisé aux Collections des Institutions Muséales

"Les 3 thesaurus en consultation libre sur ce site sont le fruit de plusieurs années de travail. Ils ont été créés spécialement afin de répondre aux besoins spécifiques des musées membres du Réseau AICIM. Ils évoluent chaque jour grâce aux ajouts et suggestions des musées. Leurs buts sont de normaliser le vocabulaire utilisé dans les fiches d'inventaire et de faciliter la recherche des objets dans la base de données AICIM."]]>

"The 3 thesauri in free consultation on this site are the result of several years of work and have been specially created to meet the specific needs of the museums members of the AICIM Network, which evolve every day thanks to the additions and suggestions of the museums. Goals are to standardize the vocabulary used in the inventory records and to facilitate the search of objects in the AICIM database. "

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Thesaurus

"The IEEE Thesaurus is a controlled vocabulary of over 9,000 descriptive engineering, technical, and scientific terms as well as IEEE-specific society terms. The thesaurus represents terminology and vocabulary usage drawn from IEEE transactions and journal articles, conference papers, and standards. The vocabulary uses American-based spellings with cross references to British variant spellings.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Taxonomy

"The IEEE Taxonomy comprises the first three hierarchical 'levels' under each term-family (or branch) that is formed from the top-most terms of the IEEE Thesaurus. In this document these term-families are arranged alphabetically and denoted by boldface type. Each term family's hierarchy goes to no more than three sublevels, denoted by indents (grouping of four dots) preceding the next level terms. A term can appear in more than one hierarchical branch and can appear more than once in any particular hierarchy.

Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction, Drama, etc. Genre Terms

"Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction, Drama, Etc., 2nd edition, was published in 2000. The Guidelines constitute a recommendation for national standard practice in the provision of genre and subject access to individual works of fiction, drama, poetry, humor, and folklore in all formats."