1 edition of Technical information systems, terminology, and controlled vocabularies related to forestry found in the catalog.
Technical information systems, terminology, and controlled vocabularies related to forestry
|Statement||edited by S. Schrader.|
|Series||Mitteilungen der Bundesforschungsanstalt für Forst- und Holzwirtschaft Hamburg-Reinbek,, Nr. 127, Mitteilungen der Bundesforschungsanstalt für Forst- und Holzwirtschaft Reinbek bei Hamburg|
|Contributions||Schrader, S., IUFRO Subject Group 6.03 Information Systems and Terminology.|
|LC Classifications||SD1 .R33 Nr. 127, SD387.D6 .R33 Nr. 127|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||81484191|
This dictionary of computer terms provide a brief and simple definition of the key computer terminology and technical words that are most often used. Some of the terms in the dictionary are common and easy to understand, while others are less common and more advanced. This dictionary should be of assistance to you as you advance in computer. Accessory systems: Any silvicultural system derived from one or more of the basic systems and not dependent on any particular method of regeneration. Traitement combiné: Acid precipitation: Rain, snow, sleet, hail or fog, usually with acidity below pH
Black box: A technical term for a device or system or object when it is viewed primarily in terms of its input and output characteristics. Boundaries: The parametric conditions, often vague, always subjectively stipulated, that delimit and define a system and set it apart from its environment. Terminology of forest science, technology, practice, and products Volume 1 of The Multilingual Forestry Terminology Series Issue 1 of Collezione di terminologia forestale multilingue: Authors: F. C. Ford-Robertson, Robert K. Winters, Joint FAO/IUFRO Committee on Forestry Bibliography and Terminology: Editors: F. C. Ford-Robertson, Robert K.
A national multi-campus university offering excellence in education for the professions, strategic and applied research, and flexible delivery of learning and teaching. Organization systems are the categories in which we place information, such as author names and titles or shoe size, fabric and color. Labeling systems are the ways we represent information, such as the level of terminology considered appropriate for the target audience.
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FOREST MANAGEMENT — (a) Proper care and control of wooded land to maintain health, vigor, product flow, and other values (soil condition, water quality, wildlife preservation, and beauty) to accomplish specific objectives. (b) The practical application of scientific, economic, and social principles to forest property.
Buy Forestry Terminology: A Glossary of Technical Terms Used in Forestry on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Frilling or girdling can be used to reduce the density of a stand or to kill individual undesirable trees.
fusee - Firefighters also use these colored flares to ignite fires in burnout operations. G girdling - a method of killing trees by cutting through the stem, thus interrupting the flow of water and nutrients. A Glossary of Forestry Terminology* Acre – A land area of 43, square feet (About by feet).
All-aged (or uneven-aged) forest management – Management of a forest by periodically removing some trees from the stand. (See also even-aged forest management.) Allowable cut – Volume of wood that can be cut during a given period withoutFile Size: 25KB.
Forestry terminology sources. Suggest additional entries to this bibliography here. Acknowledgements to Gillian Petrokofsky for contributing to this bibliography. A Glossary of Common Forestry Terms 3 Biltmore stick A large ruler-type instrument that is used to measure the diameter at breast height (DBH) and log height of timber in order to estimate board foot volume.
biodiversity The richness and abundance of species and the variety of natural communities in a forest Size: 2MB. 1 y: \technology training new ee tech trng it dept glossary of Information Technology Department. Glossary of Terms. Access Point (AP) • a wireless access point is a networking hardware device that allows a Wi-Fi compliant device to.
information systems managers: Leaders of the various specialists in the information systems department. information systems plan: A road map indicating the direction of systems development: the rationale, the current situation, the management strategy, the implementation plan.
Forestry terminology. Terminology is central to the work of FAO Forestry. As a neutral forum, clear, agreed and multilingual terms are required for efficient communication and to avoid erroneous conclusions. On this site, some key areas of forestry terminology are presented. Other FAO Forestry terminology pages.
Forest resources assessment. learning management system (LMS): Software used for developing, using, and storing course content of all types.
Information within a learning management system often takes the form of learning objects (see "learning object" below). learning object: A chunk of course content that can be reused and independently maintained.
What Are Controlled Vocabularies. A controlled vocabulary is an organized arrangement of words and phrases used to index content and/or to retrieve content through browsing or searching.
It typically includes preferred and variant terms and has a defined scope or describes a specific domain.
Purpose of Controlled Vocabularies. 2 The term used to describe those people whose jobs involve sponsoring and funding the project to develop, operate, and maintain the information system is 1.
information worker 2. internal system user 3. systems owner 4. external system user 5. systems builder 3 The person who ensures that systems are developed on time, within budget, and withFile Size: KB. Controlled vocabularies provide a way to organize knowledge for subsequent retrieval.
They are used in subject indexing schemes, subject headings, thesauri, taxonomies and other knowledge organization lled vocabulary schemes mandate the use of predefined, authorised terms that have been preselected by the designers of the schemes, in contrast to natural language vocabularies. Fundamentals of Information Systems, Fifth Edition 4.
Principles and Learning Objectives (continued) • System users, business managers, and information systems professionals must work together to build a successful information system. – Identify the major steps of the systems development process and state the goal of each.
well use these terms in a different way to that widely used in science. Therefore, ironically, the terms “sub-technical” and “semi-technical” are in themselves sub/semi-technical words: they have two distinct meanings. To put it another way, the terms “sub-technical” and “semi-technical” are also “mixed” words.
1 Definition “A controlled vocabulary is a vocabulary consisting of a “prescribed list of terms or headings each one having an assigned meaning.”1 The way a controlled vocabulary defines the relationships between these terms or headings will vary in degree of complexity according to the purpose of the vocabulary, from simple alphabetically arranged flat lists to ontologies with richly.
the preferred standardized terminology for laboratory data in information systems and provides a standard set of codes and names for the electronic reporting of laboratory result. Mapping which is the process of associating concepts from one coding system with concepts form another coding system and defining their equivalence in accordance with.
Even systems which deal with narrative text and images provide enhanced capabilities through coding of their data with controlled vocabularies. Over the past four decades, system developers have dealt with this need by creating ad hoc sets of controlled terms for use in their by: The EDS controlled vocabularies were created as an amalgamation of eight commonly used vocabularies, taxonomies, and ontologies in the geoscience/environmental informatics community.
Welcome to the Glossary of Terms Used in Timber Harvesting and Forest Engineering, an online vocabulary tool of 1, terms related to forestry. The objective of this publication is to provide a glossary of definitions for a broad group of terms used in forestry and in forest engineering, with an emphasis on harvesting.
controlled vocabulary A controlled vocabulary is set of terms that a technical writer is permitted to use. The function of a controlled vocabulary is to make text as clear as possible. Refer also to ASD-STE Simplified Technical English; controlled language. cookie A cookie is a small quantity of data that a server sends to the user's web.Glossary of Tree Terms acid Having a pH level below 7.
alkaline Having a pH level above 7. allelopathy The suppression of growth of one plant species by another due to the release of toxic substances. alternate Leaves that are staggered, not placed directly across from each other on the twig.
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