RedLink boasts the most comprehensive framework for analysis of academic journals and will be able to use the innovative taxonomy created by the team for future product development. We are delighted the SJSU iSchool team chose Synaptica for their taxonomy development system. This project demonstrates how taxonomies help businesses achieve differentiation, and the benefit of academic-commercial collaboration.
A very interesting (and brief) history of the role that Taxonomy has played in the creation of the WWW. This story outlines the eveolution of the concept of a Global Knowledge base and the role that Taxonony and Indexing have necessarily played in it.
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According to e-Compliance, the thesaurus is “a hierarchically structured controlled vocabulary” that contains a large number of terms which are frequently used in maritime law. It distinguishes between a “preferred label” and one or more synonymous “alternative labels”, thereby encouraging the use of official and unambiguous terms, such as ‘vessel’ rather than ‘boat’.
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From the story:
The School of Library and Information Science at San José State University (SJSU) is partnering with RedLink, a Silicon Valley startup, to develop a new taxonomy for academic publishers. Click here for more...
European Banking AuthorityThe European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today a consultation on a revised version of its XBRL Taxonomy for supervisory reporting, which incorporates additional reporting requirements for asset encumbrance, non-performing exposures and forbearance.
KM Institute (KMI), the global leader in Knowledge Management Certification, is about to deliver its first Certified Knowledge Specialist (CKS) 4-day class, April 7-10, in Reston, VA, at the Sheraton Reston (just outside Washington, DC).
The CKS is a new Certification by KMI designed to take a 'deep dive' focus into a specific KM topic. In the case of the April class, the CKS will focus on Taxonomy and Search Solutions.
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