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Formation of the Court Name Authority List

"This authority table is a controlled vocabulary showing the composition of the courts of the European Union according to the case they are seized with (Articles 251, 254 and 257 of the Treaty on Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages. The concepts are used for the production of reports of cases before the Court and to publish case-law on the EUR-Lex site.

Interinstitutional procedures Name Authority List

"The Interinstitutional procedures name authority list (NAL) is a controlled vocabulary listing the procedures that are part of the legal decision making process with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available). The Inter-institutional procedures NAL lists the different procedures used in the context of data exchange between the institutions involved in the legislative process.

Place Name Authority List

"The Places name authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing locations relevant for the descriptive metadata used at the Publications Office and the core metadata used in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process.

In this authority table (AT) the authority codes are constructed based on UN/LOCODE codes. The AT uses the classification (membership classification) and the authority codes of the country AT. This AT also provides ISO 3166-2 codes, as well as geographical coordinates.

Role Name Authority List

"The Roles name authority list (NAL) or authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the roles relevant for the descriptive metadata used at the Publications Office and the core metadata used in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process. It is also used by EUR-Lex.

The table provides an authority code, the start-use date and labels in all official EU languages.

PRODCOM List

"PRODCOM is the title of the EU production statistics for Mining, Quarrying and Manufacturing, i.e. Sections B and C of the Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE Rev. 2). The title comes from the French 'PRODuction COMmunautaire' (Community production). The headings of the PRODCOM list are derived from the Harmonized System (HS) or the Combined Nomenclature (CN), which thus enables comparisons to be made between production statistics and foreign trade statistics.

"PRODCOM is the title of the EU production statistics for Mining, Quarrying and Manufacturing, i.e. Sections B and C of the Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE Rev. 2). The title comes from the French 'PRODuction COMmunautaire' (Community production). The headings of the PRODCOM list are derived from the Harmonized System (HS) or the Combined Nomenclature (CN), which thus enables comparisons to be made between production statistics and foreign trade statistics.

Multilingual Classification of European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations

"ESCO identifies and categorises skills/competences, qualifications and occupations relevant for the EU labour market and education and training, in 22 European languages. It provides occupational profiles showing which competences and qualifications are relevant for an occupation. ESCO is developed in an open IT format that can be used by third parties' software. It can be accessed through the ESCO portal and is available free of charge to everyone."

International Patent Classification

"The International Patent Classification (IPC), established by the Strasbourg Agreement 1971, provides for a hierarchical system of language independent symbols for the classification of patents and utility models according to the different areas of technology to which they pertain.
The IPC divides technology into eight sections with approximately 70,000 subdivisions. Each subdivision has a symbol consisting of Arabic numerals and letters of the Latin alphabet.

"The International Patent Classification (IPC), established by the Strasbourg Agreement 1971, provides for a hierarchical system of language independent symbols for the classification of patents and utility models according to the different areas of technology to which they pertain.
The IPC divides technology into eight sections with approximately 70,000 subdivisions. Each subdivision has a symbol consisting of Arabic numerals and letters of the Latin alphabet.

International Classification of Diseases

"The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the standard diagnostic tool for epidemiology, health management and clinical purposes. This includes the analysis of the general health situation of population groups. It is used to monitor the incidence and prevalence of diseases and other health problems. It is used to classify diseases and other health problems recorded on many types of health and vital records including death certificates and health records.

Industry Classification Benchmark

"The Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) is a definitive system categorizing over 70,000 companies and 75,000 securities worldwide, enabling the comparison of companies across four levels of classification and national boundaries. The ICB system is supported by the ICB Database, an unrivalled data source for global sector analysis, which is maintained by FTSE Group. 10 industries, 19 supersectors, 41 sectors, 114 subsectors."

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