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Nomenclatura de gestió universitària

"Aquest diccionari és fruit de la col·laboració entre la Xarxa Vives d’Universitats i el Centre de Terminologia TERMCAT, amb l’objectiu de difondre en línia el treball dut a terme per la Comissió de Llengua de la Xarxa Vives mitjançant el grup de treball de Terminologia i Nomenclatura, integrat per tècnics dels serveis lingüístics de 14 universitats de la Xarxa.

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.

Observation Method (Mapped Feature)

"This file contains the CGI Observation Method (Mapped Feature) vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. These are terms that specify how a MappedFeature instance was mapped. MappedFeature ObservationMethod is essentially a metadata snippet indicating how the spatial extent of the mapped feature was determined, and the basis for association of the geometry with some GeologicFeature specification to define a MappedFeature.

Orientation Determination Method

"This scheme specifies concepts used to describe the method used to determine the planar or linear orientation of a GeologicFeature (eg, the dip of a fault), as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. By extension, it includes all concepts in this conceptScheme, as well as concepts in any previous versions of the scheme. Designed for use in the determinationMethod property in GeoSciML GSML_PlanarOrientation and GSML_LinearOrientation elements."

Particle Aspect Ratio

"This file contains the CGI Particle Aspect Ratio vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. AspectRatio describes the geometry of particles based on the ratios of lengths of long, intermediate and short axes of grains. Equates to sphericity in sedimentary rocks (ie: the degree to which the shape of a particle approximates a sphere). A quantitative specification is based on the ratio of lengths of long, intermediate and short axes of grain shape (Sneed and Folk, 1958; Zingg, 1935).

Particle Shape

"This file contains the CGI Particle Shape vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. The Shape attribute describes, a) the development of crystal faces bounding particles in crystalline compond materials, and b) surface rounding of grains in sedimentary rocks. Roundness is a measure of the sharpness of the edges between surfaces bounding a particle (see Jackson, 1997; Wadell, 1932) and is an indication of the degree of abrasion of a clastic particle.

Particle Type

"This file contains the CGI Particle type vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. Used to specify particleType in particleTypeDescription associated with a compoundMaterial. Terms to specify the nature of individual particles of each constituent in an aggregation, based mostly on their genesis. Because the constituents are identifiable parts, the part units must have some definition. Examples include clasts, crystals, pore space, material fossil.

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