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Type(s): Occurrence type; Public system topic

Subject Identifiers (2)

Occurrences of this Type (22)

  • A Topic Maps ontology for monolingual thesauri based on SKOS ( (MyThesaurus)
  • A concept that is more general in meaning. (Broader concept)
  • A concept that is more specific in meaning. (Narrower concept)
  • A human-readable description of a resource. (Comment)
  • A lexical label for a resource that should be hidden when generating visual displays of the resource, but should still be accessible to free text search operations. (Hidden label)
  • A name given to the resource. (DC) (Title)
  • A note about a modification to a concept. (Change note)
  • A note about the past state/use/meaning of a concept. (History note)
  • A note for an editor, translator or maintainer of the vocabulary. (Editorial note)
  • A note that helps to clarify the meaning of a concept. (Scope note)
  • A public Web document, typically but not necessarily available in HTML format. (Home page)
  • A relationship to a concept that is more general in meaning. (Broader/Narrower)
  • A relationship with a concept with related semantics. (Related to)
  • A set of concepts, optionally including statements about semantic relationships between those concepts. Thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists, taxonomies, 'folksonomies', and other types of controlled vocabulary are all examples of concept schemes. Concept schemes are also embedded in glossaries and terminologies. (Concept Scheme)
  • A statement or formal explanation of the meaning of a concept. (Definition)
  • An abstract idea or notion; a unit of thought. (Concept)
  • An alternative lexical label for a resource. Comment: Acronyms, abbreviations, spelling variants, and irregular plural/singular forms may be included among the alternative labels for a concept. Mis-spelled terms are normally included as hidden labels (see skos:hiddenLabel). (Alternative label)
  • An example of the use of a concept. (Example)
  • Date of formal issuance (e.g., publication) of the resource. (Date issued)
  • Relationship between a concept and the concept scheme(s) to which it belongs. (In scheme)
  • Relationship between a top level concept and a concept scheme. (Has top concept)
  • The preferred lexical label for a resource, in a given language. Comment: No two concepts in the same concept scheme may have the same value for skos:prefLabel in a given language. (Preferred label)
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