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Nomina Participants
The Global Names Index is a component of a semantic environment for biology called the Global Names Architecture (GNA). GNI has been developed by GBIF, EOL, and the NSF-funded Global Names projects...
A bilingual thesaurus consisting of terminology which represents all the fields treated in information resources of the Government of Canada (GC). It includes more than 3800 terms in English and more...
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World Meteorological Organization
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Commission for Basic Systems (CBS) Extraordinary Meeting Number VIII (1985) approved a general purpose, bit-oriented data exchange format, designated FM 92...
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HDF Group
The format of an HDF5 file on disk encompasses several key ideas of the HDF4 and AIO file formats as well as addressing some shortcomings therein. The new format is more self-describing than the HDF4...
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International Consortium for Agricultural Systems Applications (ICASA)
Data format for documenting experiments and modeling crop growth and development. The foundation of the standards is a master list variables that is organized in a hierarchical arrangement with major...
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
The IEEE 1484.12.1 – 2002 Standard for Learning Object Metadata (IEEE LOM) is a data model, usually encoded in XML, used to describe a learning object and similar digital resources used to support...
A DC application profile for describing images held in institutional repositories.The application profile is based on the IAP Model, which is in turn based on FRBR . The model comprises 9 entities -...
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European Commission Joint Research Centre
INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems
The theme establishes a structure for spatial referencing of features by coordinates. It refers to ISO 19111 adding a higher accuracy level.
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European Commission Joint Research Centre
INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems
Geographical grids are an agreed, defined and harmonised grid net for Pan-Europe with standardised location and size of grid cells. Examples of cell sizes could be 10x10 m, 100x100 m, 1x1 km, 16x16...
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European Commission Joint Research Centre
INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems
A geographical name is a proper noun applied to a natural, man-made or cultural feature on Earth. A feature can have different names in one or several languages and the names may be provided,...