categorization scheme


"Los er en felles terminologi for offentlige tjenester med et brukerorientert vokabular. Los består i dag av rundt 500 emneord og har over 2900 hjelpeord (synonym, tidligere emner osv) som kan brukes for gjenkjennelig kategorisering av innhold og ressurser på tvers av portaler og til å hjelpe brukere til å finne frem."

User-oriented vocabulary for public services in Norway, maintained by the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency. Los consists of around 500 concepts and over 2900 alternative labels (synonyms, former names, etc.) that can be used for categorization of content and resources across portals and to help users navigate.

Land Portal Resource Types

"The Land Portal's Land Library contains highly curated metadata of over 20,000 land-related publications, articles and multimedia. The Land Portal aggregates this metadata from over 20 different sources, in addition to the resources that are added by users manually.
In order to combine these different databases that the Land Portal harvests metadata from, the Land Portal has needed to consolidate certain elements from these different databases to fit one standardized metadata structure in the Land Portal's Land Library.

LandVoc - the Linked Land Governance Thesaurus

"The Land Portal Foundation has taken the lead in the land governance sector to develop such a standardized vocabulary: LandVoc, the Linked Land Governance Thesaurus. LandVoc is mainly derived from FAO's Agrovoc (link is external), the standard Agriculture vocabulary, but links together many other vocabularies designed and/or used by land governance stakeholders on both a global and local level. LandVoc is always a working product, constantly being reviewed and improved. It is important to emphasize that LandVoc is not meant to serve as a glossary for land governance-related issues.

Categories for the Description of Works of Art

"CDWA is a set of guidelines for the description of art, architecture, and other cultural works. CDWA also provides a framework to which existing art information systems may be mapped, upon which new systems may be developed, or upon which data may be linked in an open environment. CDWA is mapped to the Cultural Objects Name Authority (CONA) and CIDOC CRM."

Pokémon Category

"In a Pokémon's Pokédex information, the category (...) (Japanese: 分類 classification) is a name which identifies the Pokémon based on one of its defining biological characteristics. Most often, the defining traits are part of the Pokémon’s physiology, special abilities, or behavior. It was previously also known as species. (...) Because of how brief and uninformative the description of a Pokémon often is in its category, and how little the category relates to other data, it is not often regarded as an important piece of information about a Pokémon.

Clasificación Integrada de Revistas Científicas

"La Clasificación Integrada de Revistas Científicas – CIRC se propone como objetivo la construcción de una clasificación de revistas científicas de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas en función de su calidad integrando los productos de evaluación existentes considerados positivamente por las diferentes agencias de evaluación nacionales como CNEAI, ANECA).

System Klasyfikacji Umiejętności

"System Klasyfikacji Umiejętności (SKU) to autorski projekt ekipy edugracji: jest to graficzny system, wzorowany na systemie PEGI, mający na celu pomoc w zdobyciu informacji o umiejętnościach rozwijanych w grach dla dzieci i młodzieży. W obecnej chwili składa się on ze znaków (umiejętności) pogrupowanych w 8 grup rozwojowych. System ten jest ułatwieniem dla rodziców szukających gier rozwijających konkretne umiejętności, wspomaga świadomy wybór w terapii i edukacji.

Neue Galerie Graz Bibliothekssystematik

"Erst Anfang der 70er Jahre gelang es, den Bestand zu systematisieren und zuzuordnen. In Zusammenarbeit mit der Landesbibliothek wurde ein System einer numerologischen Klassifikation in Verbindung mit bestimmten Farbcodes entwickelt."

"It wasn't until the 70s that the stock was categorised and stored systematically. Through collaboration with the provincial library, a system of numerical and colour-coded classification was developed."