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Vocabulario Terminológico Sobre Cultura Infantil y Juvenil

"El campo de la literatura infantil y juvenil reconoce su especificidad dentro de los estudios literarios y, a la vez, establece relaciones con otros campos como los estudios culturales, los estudios sobre la infancia, la producción editorial y el estudio de la ilustración y el diseño como campos de estudio y de práctica profesional." 843 Términos, 274 Relaciones entre términos, 76 Términos equivalentes.

"The field of children's literature recognizes its specificity within literary studies and, at the same time, establishes relationships with other fields such as cultural studies, studies on childhood, editorial production and the study of illustration and Design as fields of study and professional practice. " 843 Terms, 274 Relationship between terms, 76 Equivalent terms.

Vitruvio

"Vocabulario controlado especializado en arquitectura, arte, diseño y urbanismo. (...) 2750 Términos, 758 Relaciones entre términos, 351 Términos equivalentes."

"Controlled vocabulary specialized in architecture, art, design and urbanism. (...) 2750 Terms, 758 Relationships between terms, 351 Equivalent terms."

Homosaurus

"This is an International Thesaurus of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Index Terms that is currently used by https://www.digitaltransgenderarchive.net.

This vocabulary was originally a project of the International Homo/Lesbian Informatiecentre & Archives and compiled by Jack van der Wel (with support of Ellen Greenblatt) in 2013. That offline document has been transcrabed into the Linked Data provider under development here."

Uniclass

"Launched in 1997, Uniclass, the classification for the construction industry, is the UK implementation of BS ISO 12006-2, providing a structured approach to classifying the building information by organising information based upon common characteristics. The recent developments and wide-adoption of BIM to manage information across the project timeline, has meant the need for a unified approach to classification, ensuring that information is universally structured regardless of the author. This lead to a review of Uniclass and the development of Uniclass2."

Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging

"Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging is a structured and controlled list of object terms organized in a classification system to provide a basis for indexing and cataloging collections of human-made objects. Nomenclature is used in the creation and management of object records in human history collections within museums and other organizations, and it focuses on objects relevant to North American history and culture. Nomenclature is the most extensively used museum classification and controlled vocabulary for historical and ethnological collections in North America."

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