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Synonyms for vocabulary

all the words of a language

an alphabetical list of words often defined or translated

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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a listing of the words used in some enterprise

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a language user's knowledge of words

the system of techniques or symbols serving as a means of expression (as in arts or crafts)

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Given this societal circumscription, the controlled vocabulary and classification structure used to organize the body of knowledge associated with HIV/AIDS has been problematic.
In keyphrase assignment, controlled vocabulary is used that describes the characteristics of knowledge source in order to And semantically relevant keyphrases [4,12,10,11].
These studies indicate that the obstacles encountered by children during information retrieval may result because of representation issues such as inappropriate controlled vocabulary used to create metadata, or metadata schemes that might not include elements children expect or need to find when searching.
observe which pupils need a thoroughly controlled vocabulary as compared to those who become independent readers sooner.
Instead, consider constructing a list of such terms as metadata in a separate field that can be accessed via a controlled vocabulary search.
4, such as controlled vocabulary indexing and indexing of figures and tables, add further strength to the existing algorithms based on location heuristics and cue phrases in abstracts.
As someone who has been involved with these various endeavors for more than twenty years, I for one am extremely encouraged by these latest efforts, and I am confident that, regardless of whether a truly comprehensive music thesaurus is ever constructed--one that deals with "about-ness" as well as "is-ness"--the present genre/form project will result in a controlled vocabulary that will greatly benefit our users and go far in improving access to music.
This search is both a rewarding and frustrating experience for librarians and others accustomed to controlled vocabulary searching, exhibiting flaws shared by the title and author searches as well.
The text has been updated and revised throughout to reflect changes in the landscape, scope, and nature of bibliographic control in libraries since publication of the 1994 edition, and contains a new chapter on Dublin Core and a number of other widely used metadata schemas and a new chapter on the new subject access system called FAST (Faceted Application of Subject Terminology), a newly developed subject controlled vocabulary.
Furthermore, JEDU-Treasures is equipped with on-line maps linking cities and centers of Jewish Learning to the database and includes an index and thesaurus of educational terms in English allowing users to link its controlled vocabulary with the Hebrew index.
It seems essential to use a global controlled vocabulary system for all metadata element sets.
Annotation standards need to be defined using a controlled vocabulary and data confidence measures.
The discovery that there is a controlled vocabulary list for the "subject" entry and that records so retrieved are more likely to be on target than those that come up through keyword searching may be a serendipitous one.
This gave them a better idea of the connection between the OPAC record, with its fields and controlled vocabulary, and the physical item and its location in the library.
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