Bokmål

Humord

"Humord er en norsk tesaurus for humaniora og samfunnsvitenskap med tilgrensende fagområder. Humord er også et indekseringssamarbeid innen rammene av biblioteksystemet BIBSYS."

"A thesaurus that originates from the humanities and social sciences, but has grown to cover most subjects. The vocabulary contains 17956 concepts, with terms in Norwegian Bokmål only. Mapping to Dewey is an ongoing project."

Fartygstyper

"Fartygstypslistan innehåller termer som är användbara när ett fartyg, en avbildning av ett fartyg eller föremål kopplade till ett fartyg ska registreras. Datasetet Fartygstyper är tänkt att användas tillsammans med datasetet Namngivna fartygstyper och datasetet Serietillverkade fartyg. Det maritima kulturarvet är en angelägenhet för många. Vi är därför åtta maritima museer som samarbetar kring gemensamma auktoriteter och vokabulär för att kunna beskriva det maritima kulturarvet på ett enhetligt sätt.

"The Ship Type List contains terms that are useful when registering a vessel, a map of a vessel or item attached to a vessel. The Data Type Ship Types are intended to be used with the Data Set Named Ship Types and the Data Set Series Manufactured Ships. The maritime heritage is a concern for many. We are therefore eight maritime museums that collaborate on common authorities and vocabulary in order to be able to describe the maritime heritage in a unified way.

Realfagstermer

"Realfagstermer er et kontrollert, pre-koordinert emneordsvokabular som i hovedsak dekker naturvitenskap, matematikk og informatikk. Emneordene er publisert som frie, åpne data, og inneholder per januar 2015 rundt 15 000 emneord som kan brukes frittstående, eller kombinert til strenger (nærmere 16 000 strenger per januar 2015)."

"Realfagstermer is a multilingual, controlled vocabulary of pre-coordinated subject headings which mainly covers the physical sciences, mathematics and computer science. It is maintained by the University of Oslo Science Library in collaboration with the University of Bergen Science Library, and covers mainly the physical sciences, mathematics and computer science. As of January 2015, the vocabulary consists of approximately 15 000 single concept headings, and about 16 000 compound headings ("subject strings"), published as open data for everyone to use freely."

Electropedia: The World's Online Electrotechnical Vocabulary

"Electropedia (also known as the 'IEV Online') is the world's most comprehensive online electrical and electronic terminology database containing more than 20 000 terms and definitions in English and French organized by subject area, with equivalent terms in various other languages (...). (...) Electropedia is produced by the IEC, the world’s leading organization that prepares and publishes International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies – collectively known as 'electrotechnology'.

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