classification scheme

Julkisten palvelujen luokitus

"Julkisten palvelujen yleinen päätasoluokitus koostuu 27 päätason ja noin 180 alatason luokasta. Luokkien otsikoinnissa käytetyt termit kuvaavat julkisten palvelujen käyttötapauksia ja –tilanteita.
Luokitus on tarkoitettu erityisesti kansalaisille ja yrityksille palveluja tarjoaviin ja niitä kokoaviin verkkopalveluihin ja muihin palvelutietoja sisältäviin järjestelmiin. Verkkopalvelujen esityskerroksessa luokkia voi yhdistellä, tyypillisesti navigointi- ja ryhmittelytarkoituksiin. Tällaisissa yhdistelmäluokissa luokituksen termit säilyvät ennallaan.

"The general classification of public services consists of 27 main levels and about 180 lower-level categories. The terms used in heading headings describe the use of public services and situations.
  The classification is intended specifically for systems and services that provide services to and from citizens and businesses. In the online service presentation platform, categories can be merged, typically for navigation and grouping purposes. In such composite classes, the terms of the classification remain unchanged.

Seed Potato Classification Scheme

"The Seed Potato Classification Scheme (SPCS) provides classification of all potatoes produced and marketed in England and Wales, depending on the class of the parent seed, and the health of the crop and tubers. The aim of the SPCS is to provide assurance that seed potatoes delivered to buyers and growers meet specified minimum health and quality standards."

Institute Library Classification System

"The Institute Library’s classification system is unique. It was created by our first professional librarian, William A. Borden, who served as librarian between 1897- and 1903-1910. After the establishment of the New Haven Free Public Library in 1887, the Institute Library began to withdraw from the public life of the city and focus primarily on expanding and circulating its collection of general-interest and popular literature. The librarian during this period, William A.

Yale Law Library Classification

"This classification is designed solely to serve the purposes of the Yale Law School and its Library. It is published primarily for the use of the Yale Law Library staff now and in the future. In its preparation no thought was given to the question whether or not it might be adopted by other libraries. (...) The basis of procedure was that the classification should serve the Library, rather than that the Library should be bound by a preconceived theoretical classification.

Yale Library Classification

"The beginning of the subject-classification system - books arranged by subject according to a classification schedule - is dated, rather too precisely, as 1890, because in that year the second library building (Chittenden Hall) was opened. The first library building, originally containing about 20,000 volumes, had reached its capacity of some 200,000 volumes in less than fifty years. The necessity of expanding into a second building made the year 1890 a natural time for making a radical change, which had undoubtedly been contemplated for several years.

Widener System

"Note that Widener uses two separate classification systems to shelve books: the Old Widener System and the Library of Congress System indicated by call numbers that begin with WID-LC. (...) In the Old Widener System, call numbers contain whole numbers and are separated by periods that do not confer a decimal value. (...) In Library of Congress WID-LC Classes, call numbers are separated by periods that do confer a decimal value."

Music Vocabulary

"音楽作品、楽器、演奏情報を記述するためのボキャブラリ。Opera_Event(演奏)とOpera(作品)や、String_Quartette(作品)とStringQuartetEnsemble(団体)のように、日常語では両方の意味に使われるクラスの区別に注意。このバージョンでは、音楽作品、その表現(演奏、楽譜など)とイベント(演奏会)をより精密にモデリングするべく実験中。"

"A vocabulary, or music ontology, to describe classical music and performances. Classes (categories) for musical works, events, instruments and performers, as well as related properties are defined. Make sure to distinguish musical works (e.g. Opera) from performance events (Opera_Event), or works (String_Quartette) from performer (StringQuartetEnsemble in this vocab), whose natural language terms are used interchangeblly.

Harvard Spectral Classification Scheme

"The modern stellar spectral classification scheme (also known as the Harvard Spectral Classification Scheme) was created by Annie Jump Cannon through her examination of spectra from 1918 to 1924. Originally, the scheme used capital letters running alphabetically, but was later reordered to reflect the surface temperatures of stars. In order of decreasing temperature, these types were O, B, A, F, G, K and M. Three additional categories also in the scheme: R, N, and S types, were later realized to represent stars with peculiar heavy-metal abundances.

Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard

"The Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard (CMECS) provides a national framework for organizing information about coasts and oceans and their living systems. It provides a structure for developing and synthesizing data so that ecosystems can be identified, characterized, and mapped in a standard way across regional and national boundaries. CMECS also supports status and trend monitoring activities, policy development, restoration planning, and fisheries management. The standard complements existing wetland and upland classification systems.

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