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Thesaurus de Acervos Científicos em Língua Portuguesa

O Thesaurus de Acervos Científicos em Língua Portuguesa constitui um instrumento, em constante actualização, de nomalização e controlo terminológico. Pode ser utilizado gratuitamente por museus, instituições detentoras de património científico, historiadores da ciência e tecnologia, conservadores-restauradores, bem como todos os interessados.

The Thesaurus of Scientific Instruments in Portuguese aims at normalising and controlling terminology associated with historical collections of artefacts of science. It can be used freely by museums, institutions with scientific heritage, historians of science, conservators and restorers, among others.

Plan de Classement de la BSI

"Le plan de classement de la BSI est spécifique. Dès l’origine, il a été choisi de ne pas utiliser les classifications préexistantes, telles que la CDU ou la Dewey. La BSI a donc élaboré son propre outil.

"The BSI classification scheme is specific, and from the outset it has been chosen not to use pre-existing classifications such as CDU or Dewey, so BSI has developed its own tool.

Realfagstermer

"Realfagstermer er et kontrollert, pre-koordinert emneordsvokabular som i hovedsak dekker naturvitenskap, matematikk og informatikk. Emneordene er publisert som frie, åpne data, og inneholder per januar 2015 rundt 15 000 emneord som kan brukes frittstående, eller kombinert til strenger (nærmere 16 000 strenger per januar 2015)."

"Realfagstermer is a multilingual, controlled vocabulary of pre-coordinated subject headings which mainly covers the physical sciences, mathematics and computer science. It is maintained by the University of Oslo Science Library in collaboration with the University of Bergen Science Library, and covers mainly the physical sciences, mathematics and computer science. As of January 2015, the vocabulary consists of approximately 15 000 single concept headings, and about 16 000 compound headings ("subject strings"), published as open data for everyone to use freely."

PLOS Subject Area Thesaurus

"The 'Subject Areas' panel on each article page displays a set of terms selected for that article based on its content. The Subject Areas belong to a thesaurus of over 10,000 terms initially built for us over the course of 2012 by Access Innovations, taking into account the controlled vocabulary of classification terms that had been in use in PLOS Editorial Manager. The entire corpus of PLOS articles was analysed to ensure that the thesaurus covers the research domain comprehensively.

ISO 4791-1:1985 Laboratory Apparatus Vocabulary

"This part of ISO 4791 lists the names of items of laboratory apparatus, made essentially from glass, porcelain or vitreous silica, together with items of equipment, made from other materials, which are commonly used in association with such apparatus. A vocabulary of technical terms, with their definitions and applicable to the manufacture, adjustment and use of such laboratory apparatus, will be issued as Part 2. The purpose of the vocabulary is to provide an aid to translators and readers of scientific literature.

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