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Questo documento include il contenuto dell'Edizione 1999, con Aggiornamento nº 1 (Ottobre 2000) Aggiornamento nº 2 (Ottobre 2001) Aggiornamento nº 3 (Ottobre 2002) Aggiornamento nº 4 (Ottobre 2003) Aggiornamento nº 5 (Ottobre 2004) Aggiornamento nº 6 (Ottobre 2005) Aggiornamento nº 7 (Ottobre 2006)
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III. Specific types of UN documents and publications B. Works of an organizational, administrative or procedural nature 1. Administrative issuances 2.
Revised from the ISBD(CF): International Standard Bibliographic Description for Computer Files Recommended by the ISBD(CF) Review Group (Originally issued by K.G. Saur, München, 1997, as Vol. 17 in the UBCIM Publications, New Series)
AGROVOC is a controlled vocabulary covering all areas of interest to FAO, including food, nutrition, agriculture, fisheries, forestry, environment etc. To date, AGROVOC contains over 30,000 concepts organized in a hierarchy, each concept may have labels in up to 22 languages: Arabic, Chinese, Czech, English, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lao, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Thai, Turkish. Four more language versions are under development (Malaysian, Moldavian, Telugu, Ukrainian) AGROVOC is formalized as a RDF/ SKOS-XL linked dataset, accessible thorugh a SPARQL endpoint, and it is also available for download in various formats. You can also include AGROVOC in your specific application through web services, and search or browse AGROVOC through this website.
Scope The Section on Classification and Indexing focuses on methods of providing subject access in catalogues, bibliographies, and indexes to documents of all kinds, including electronic documents. The Section serves as a forum for producers and users of classification and subject indexing tools, and it works to facilitate international exchange of information about methods of providing subject access.
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