computer systems


"Die Signatur der kid-Bücher setzt sich aus Grundsignatur und Individualsignatur zusammen. Die Grundsignatur wird von der Individualsignatur im OPAC durch '/' getrennt, auf dem Signaturaufkleber am Buch durch einen waagerechten Strich. Eine der Signatur vorangestellte '6' kennzeichnet die Mediothek als Standort des Werkes. Die Grundsignatur setzt sich aus der Fachgebietsbezeichnung kid (= Kybernetik / Informatik / Datenverarbeitung) und einer numerischen Fachgruppenbezeichnung zusammen (kid 80). (...) Die eindeutige Kennzeichnung eines Buches wird durch die Individualsignatur erreicht.

A german shelf mark about kid-books. "kid" is the abbreviation for "cybernetics informations data-handling".

File types Name Authority List

"The File types name authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing file types (...) with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available). The File types NAL is part of the Core Metadata (CM) used in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the EU. The NAL is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the EU in its Metadata Registry (MDR)."

Tietotekniikan termitalkoot

"Sanastokeskus TSK:n Tietotekniikan termitalkoot -projektissa laaditaan suosituksia suomenkielisistä tietotekniikan termeistä. Suositusten takana on joukko tietotekniikan, kielen ja viestinnän ammattilaisia. Tietotekniikan termitalkoissa on suomen- ja englanninkielisiä termejä sekä suomenkielisiä määritelmiä ja käsitekaavioita."

"The ESC's Terminology Projects' Thesis proposes recommendations on Finnish-language IT terminology, followed by a number of IT professionals, language and communications professionals." Termites in IT terminology include Finnish and English terms and Finnish definitions and conceptual concepts. "

Association for Computing Machinery Computing Classification System

"ACM's first classification system for the computing field was published in 1964. Then, in 1982, the ACM published an entirely new system. New versions based on the 1982 system followed, in 1983, 1987, 1991, and 1998. The 2012 scheme utilizes a new poly-hierarchical structure and a more in-depth approach than the 1998 version. It no longer uses the letter-and-number coding of the previous versions. The old scheme has been mapped to the new, and both the 1998 and 2012 terms are available on Citation Pages of all indexed articles in the ACM Digital Library.

Classification of HTTP-based APIs

"This table provides a classification of HTTP-based APIs. The classification achieves an explicit differentiation between the various kinds of uses of HTTP and provides a foundation to analyse and describe the system properties induced. Providing distinct names for the API 'styles' overcomes the useless situation where APIs are named 'RESTful' and 'not so RESTful','almost RESTful', or 'unRESTful'. An API either adheres to REST's interface constraints or it does not and if it does not, there is no sense in referring to 'REST' in the API's name.