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Topic Maps for European Administrative Nomenclature

Paper, was published by Gabriel Hopmans, Peter-Paul Kruijsen, Marc Wilhelm Küster, Leon Oud, Jelte Verhoeff, and John Clews at 2006-02-15

This paper describes the requirements for a "European Administrative Nomenclature" network.

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This work-in-progress report describes the requirements for a “European Administrative Nomenclature” network. It addresses the research topic of interoperability between UN and EU reference classifications, Topic Maps, ebXML Registries and distributed databases. Governmental organisa- tions in Europe will be supported in their administrative terminology with the help of a Seamless Core Model, Published Subjects and TMRAP.

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Gabriel Hopmans

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Gabriel is project leader of TopicView.

Peter-Paul Kruijsen

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Peter-Paul is involved in Ontopia and TopicView. He is author of Topic Maps for European.. and Federation of Police.. .

Marc Wilhelm Küster

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Marc Wilhelm is project leader of isidorus.

Leon Oud

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Leon is author of Topic Maps for European.. .

John Clews

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John is author of Topic Maps for European.. .

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