N-Triples

Wikidata

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Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms

"This vocabulary will be used to describe the creators of, and contributors to, resources, and also the intended audience of resources. It will be created and maintained by the Policy and Standards Division, and be distinct from the other vocabularies that are maintained by that division: Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT), and the Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music (LCMPT).

Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music

"Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has long included headings that represent the genre or form of musical works in combination with the mediums of performance (e.g., Sonatas (Trombone and organ); Concertos (Bassoon, clarinet, English horn, flute)), as well as headings that represent the mediums of performance alone (e.g., Bass clarinet and piano music). The structure of the headings can sometimes be of marginal utility to researchers, who may be most interested in finding music for a particular combination of instruments and are less focused on the genre of the music.

World Bank Group Topical Taxonomy

"The WBG Taxonomy is a classification schema which represents the concepts used to describe the World Bank Group’s topical knowledge domains and areas of expertise - expertise – the ‘what we do’ and ‘what we know’ aspect of the Bank’s work. The WBG Taxonomy provides an enterprise-wide, application-independent framework for describing all of the Bank’s areas of expertise and knowledge domains, current as well as historical, representing the language used by domain experts and domain novices, and Bank staff and Bank clients."

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