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Dublin Core Collection Description Frequency Vocabulary

"The Collection Description Frequency Vocabulary provides a set of terms that can be used as values of the dcterms:accrualPeriodicity property in descriptions of collections. It has been developed in association with the Dublin Core Collections Application Profile (DC Collections AP) but this vocabulary is independent of that profile and the terms defined here may be referenced in other metadata descriptions and used as the values of other properties."

Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 Traversal and Range Specification

"This specification defines the Document Object Model Level 2 Traversal and Range, platform- and language-neutral interfaces that allow programs and scripts to dynamically traverse and identify a range of content in a document. The Document Object Model Level 2 Traversal and Range build on the Document Object Model Level 2 Core [DOM Level 2 Core]."

Composite Capability/Preference Profiles (CC/PP): Structure and Vocabularies

"This document describes CC/PP (Composite Capabilities/Preference Profiles) structure and vocabularies. A CC/PP profile is a description of device capabilities and user preferences. This is often referred to as a device's delivery context and can be used to guide the adaptation of content presented to that device."

Charreq

"This document describes requirements for some important aspects of the character model for W3C specifications. The two aspects discussed are string identity matching and string indexing. Both aspects are considered to be vital for the seamless interaction of many components of the current and future web architecture."

Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines

"Authoring tools are software and services that 'authors' (web developers, designers, writers, etc.) use to produce web content (static web pages, dynamic web applications, etc.). (...) ATAG is primarily for developers of authoring tools, including the following types of authoring tools:
- web page authoring tools, for example, what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) HTML editors
- software for generating websites, for example, content management systems (CMS), courseware tools, content aggregators

INIS/ETDE Thesaurus

"It contains a total of 30 741 descriptors, of which 22 064 are valid descriptors and 8677 are forbidden terms. The INIS/ETDE Thesaurus contains the controlled terminology for indexing all information within the subject scopes of the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) and the Energy Technology Data Exchange (ETDE). The terminology is intended for use in subject descriptions for input or retrieval of information in these systems. The terminology in this thesaurus has its origin in the 1969 edition of the EURATOM Thesaurus.

Step by Step Classification

"Step by Step Classification (SSC) is a formula-based library classification scheme. The classification number (CN) of a document can be derived based on a single formula CN = I date. Each letter I date is an element representing discipline, area, time, and extra information respectively covered in the text of the classifying document. Each element is prefixed to the respective class number which is useful in locating a document in the library. To provide classification numbers certain devices like NDA, CD, and LDD are provided.

Global Industry Classification Standard

"In 1999, MSCI and S&P Global developed the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS), seeking to offer an efficient investment tool to capture the breadth, depth and evolution of industry sectors. GICS is a four-tiered, hierarchical industry classification system. It consists of 11 sectors, 24 industry groups, 68 industries and 157 sub-industries. Companies are classified quantitatively and qualitatively. Each company is assigned a single GICS classification at the sub-industry level according to its principal business activity.

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