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WO2 Thesaurus

"De WO2-thesaurus is een gevalideerde, hiërarchisch georganiseerde trefwoordenlijst voor de thematische ontsluiting van (digitale) bronnen uit de periode 1940-1945. De thesaurus bevat termen over gebeurtenissen, plaatsen, begrippen en objecten uit de Tweede Wereldoorlog. De trefwoorden zijn verdeeld over een aantal hoofdgebieden als Vervolging, Bestuur, Dagelijks Leven, Recht, etc. Tevens bevat de WO2-thesaurus een uitgebreide lijst van kampen en getto's in zowel Europa als Nederlands Indië; inclusief GPS coordinaten."

Partage Plus Vocabulary

"The PARTAGE PLUS VOCABULARY is a structured multilingual controlled vocabulary. It consists of components for the enrichment of metadata created for cultural heritage objects relating to Art Nouveau aesthetic production encompassing the visual arts, crafts and architecture, - referencing to and mainly based on the Art & Architecture Thesaurus of the Getty Research Institute.

Bokbasen Thesaurus

Bokbasen har en hierarkisk tesaurus med kontrollerte frittstående emneord. Tesaurusen ble etablert på 1980-tallet, og blir kontinuerlig vedlikeholdt og videreutviklet av Bokbasens katalogavdeling. Filen inneholder de fem hovedkategoriene emner, form, sjanger, tid og sted, på bokmål og nynorsk.

Bokbasen has a hierarchical thesaurus with controlled free-standing keywords. The thesaurus was established in the 1980s, and is continuously maintained and further developed by Bokbasen's catalog department. The file contains the five main categories of topics, form, genre, time and place, in Bokmål and Nynorsk.

Money Aggregate Vocabulary

"Money Aggregate Vocabulary, or MoneyAggVoc for short, is an attempt to catalogue money aggregate measures listed in the Exhibit 3 Definitions of Money in Reading 19 on Economics of the CFA Program Curriculum 2016 Level I (ISBN 978-1-942471-19-6) with some minor additions. Although the CFA Program Curriculum inspired the structure of the concepts in this vocabulary, the actual content was taken from open sources (DBpedia, Federal Reserve System, European Central Bank, Bank of Japan and Bank of England) and includes appropriate references."

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