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ГРНТИ

"ГРНТИ - Государственный рубрикатор научно-технической информации (прежнее наименование - Рубрикатор ГАСНТИ) представляет собой универсальную иерархическую классификацию областей знания, принятую для систематизации всего потока научно-технической информации. На основе Рубрикатора построена система локальных (отраслевых, тематических, проблемных) рубрикаторов в органах научно-технической информации. Настоящее электронное издание является результатом совершенствования типографского издания Рубрикатора 2001 гг..

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COPE Case Taxonomy

"In 2013, it became apparent that the publication ethics cases being brought to COPE for discussion and advice were becoming more complex. A new and more comprehensive classification scheme was therefore developed to make it easier to code cases, to aid searching, and to provide a finer level of detail for analysis. The resulting COPE Case Taxonomy comprises 18 main classification categories and 100 keywords and is designed to be descriptive not judgemental.

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EPOC Taxonomy

"The first EPOC taxonomy of health systems interventions was developed in 2002, and included the following categories: (1) professional interventions; (2) financial interventions; (3) organisational interventions; and (4) regulatory interventions. This taxonomy was extensively revised and updated between 2013 and 2015 to address key gaps and also to bring the EPOC taxonomy into alignment with other taxonomies that were being used to classify health systems interventions in widely used online databases (Lavis 2015).

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Taxonomy of the Logical Fallacies

"The Fallacy Files Taxonomy is a tree-like structure that classifies all of the fallacies in these files by the sub-fallacy relation. A sub-fallacy, which is a specific version of a more general fallacy, has whatever features the more general fallacy has, together with specific features which set it apart and make it worth naming in its own right. For example, instead of grouping together 'fallacies of relevance', there is one most general such fallacy—namely, Red Herring—and all fallacies of relevance are sub-fallacies of it.

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IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy

"Contextual taxonomy was developed in consultation with taxonomy experts from academia, ad measurement companies, and members of the IAB Networks & Exchanges Committee. This taxonomy defines contextual content categories on at least three different tiers.
The 'IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy' was previously called the 'Quality Assurance Guidelines (QAG) Taxonomy.'

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