Thesaurus de la Universitat de Barcelona

"El Thesaurus de la Universitat de Barcelona (THUB) és una eina que facilita la consulta per matèries al Catàleg perquè: normalitza la forma d'accedir als índexs de matèries; identifica sense ambigüitat el terme buscat; agrupa els documents del catàleg a partir de les formes acceptades. El THUB és el vocabulari estructurat i controlat que s’utilitza com a eina bàsica per a la indexació i recuperació per matèries de tots els recursos d'informació del CRAI de la Universitat de Barcelona.

The Thesaurus of the University of Barcelona (THUB) is a tool that facilitates the consultation by subjects in the Catalog because: it normalizes the way to access the indexes of subjects; unambiguously identifies the term sought; Group the catalog documents from the accepted forms. THUB is the structured and controlled vocabulary that is used as a basic tool for indexing and retrieval by subjects of all the information resources of the CRAI of the University of Barcelona.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

"LCSH in this service includes all Library of Congress Subject Headings, free-floating subdivisions (topical and form), Genre/Form headings, Children's (AC) headings, and validation strings for which authority records have been created. The content includes a few name headings (personal and corporate), such as William Shakespeare, Jesus Christ, and Harvard University, and geographic headings that are added to LCSH as they are needed to establish subdivisions, provide a pattern for subdivision practice, or provide reference structure for other terms.

Standard Thesaurus Wirtschaft

"Der Standard-Thesaurus Wirtschaft (STW) bildet das weltweit umfassendste bilinguale Fachvokabular zur Repräsentation und Recherche wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Inhalte. Seine über 6.000 Schlagwörter in englischer und deutscher Sprache und mehr als 20.000 Synonymverweise decken alle ökonomischen Themenfelder und wichtigen benachbarten Sachgebiete ab. Der STW wird von der ZBW veröffentlicht und entsprechend den Veränderungen in der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fachterminologie permanent weiterentwickelt.

"The STW Thesaurus for Economics is the world's most comprehensive bilingual thesaurus for representing and searching for economics-related content. With more than 6,000 subject headings in English and German and more than 20,000 synonyms it covers all economics-related subject areas and, on a broader level, the most important related subject fields. The STW is published and continuously further developed by the ZBW according to the latest changes in the economic terminology.


"UMTHES® umfasst 13.500 Deskriptoren (Sachschlagwörter) und 40.000 verknüpfte deutschsprachige Synonyme mit 35.000 englischen Übersetzungen/Äquivalenten und rund 11.000 Begriffsdefinitionen. Der Umwelt-Thesaurus (UMTHES®) stellt für das große Thema 'Umwelt (Umweltnutzung / Umweltbelastung / Umweltschutz)' Begriffe in ihrem Zusammenhang dar (allgemeinere/speziellere Begriffe u.a.) und sammelt die unterschiedlichen Wörter dafür, einschließlich englischer Übersetzungen.

"UMTHES® includes 13,500 descriptors and 40,000 linked German-language synonyms with 35,000 English translations / equivalents and around 11,000 definitions. The environmental thesaurus (UMTHES®) presents concepts for the big theme of 'Environment (environmental use / environmental pollution / environmental protection)' (More general / more specific terms, among others), and collects the various words, including English translations, on which computer programs automatically support effective information search beyond language boundaries. "

American Folklore Society Ethnographic Thesaurus

"The AFS Ethnographic Thesaurus (version 2.2) is a vocabulary that can be used to improve access to information about folklore, ethnomusicology, ethnology, and related fields. The American Folklore Society developed the Thesaurus in cooperation with the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress and supported by a generous grant from the Scholarly Communications Program of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation."