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Ontologies, Taxonomies and thesauri in Systems Science and Systematics by Emilia Currás

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List of figures

1.1. Concept of knowledge 3

1.2. A new concept of knowledge 6

1.3. Systematisation of learning 16

1.4. About ontology 19

1.5. Differences between ontologies and thesauri 23

1.6. From information to thesauri through the field of computing 26

2.1. Concept of taxonomy 36

2.2. Taxonomy in information and documentation science 38

2.3. Taxonomy in computing 44

2.4. Computing taxonomy 47

2.5. Differences and similarities between taxonomies and thesauri 52

3.1. Classes of terminological languages 64

3.2. Development of the concept of the thesaurus 66

3.3. Classes of thesauri 79

4.1. Concept of systematics 89

4.2. Systematics as classification method 90

4.3. Classic systematics 99

4.4. Numerical systematics 101

4.5. Cladist systematics  ...

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