N-Triples

Value Qualifier

"This file contains the CGI Value Qualifier vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. These terms are taken from the enumeration for values that may be assigned as the valueQualifier on CGI_Value. Definitions are proposed. This codelist includes qualifiers of several sorts: 1. frequence of occurrence--qualifiers that indicate how many occurrences of a described feature are expected to have a reported value. E.g. 'commonly red, sometimes brown'; 2.

Vocabulary Relation

"This file contains the CGI Vocabulary Relation vocabulary, as defined by the IUGS Commission for Geoscience Information (CGI) Geoscience Terminology Working Group. Use National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction, format, and management of monolingual controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3.

Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

"The Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT) is a thesaurus that describes what a work is versus what it is about. For instance, the subject heading Horror films, with appropriate subdivisions, would be assigned to a book about horror films. A cataloger assigning headings to the movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre would also use Horror films, but it would be a genre/form term since the movie is a horror film, not a movie about horror films.

Library of Congress Children's Subject Headings

"The Library of Congress Subject Headings Supplemental Vocabularies: Children’s Headings (LCSHAC) is a thesaurus which is used in conjunction with LCSH. It is not a self-contained vocabulary, but is instead designed to complement LCSH and provide tailored subject access to children and young adults when LCSH does not provide suitable terminology, form, or scope for children. LCSHAC records can be identified by the LCCN prefix 'sj'."

Library of Congress Name Authority File

"The Library of Congress Name Authority File (NAF) file provides authoritative data for names of persons, organizations, events, places, and titles. Its purpose is the identification of these entities and, through the use of such controlled vocabulary, to provide uniform access to bibliographic resources. Names descriptions also provide access to a controlled form of name through references from unused forms, e.g.

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