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Lowrie McIntosh: Defining a uniform subject classification system incorporating document management/records retention functions. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 6, 2001: US06185576 (220 worldwide citation)

An interlingual mechanism to achieve uniformity when classifying anything by subject. Using generic terminology in an especially oriented hierarchical structure, it directs the user to a single classification. The system captures acronyms, vernacular and industry-specific, as well as foreign terms, ...


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Lowrie McIntosh: Defining a uniform subject classification system incorporating document management/records retention functions. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, January 24, 2002: US20020010708-A1

An interlingual mechanism to achieve uniformity when classifying anything by subject. Using generic terminology in an especially oriented hierarchical structure, it directs the user to a single classification. The system captures acronyms, vernacular and industry-specific, as well as foreign terms, ...


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Mcintosh Lowrie: Defining a uniform subject classification system incorporating document management/records retention functions. Mcintosh Lowrie, HYMAN Eric S, March 26, 1998: WO/1998/012616

Uniform classification of a subject is accomplished by using generic terminology organized into a hierarchical structure. The system captures acronyms, vernacular and industry-specific, as well as foreign terms, into a thesaurus that can be modified and appended to as classification needs change. Th ...