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Polythematic Structured Subject Heading System & Creative Commons

  title={Polythematic Structured Subject Heading System \& Creative Commons},
  author={Jindrich Mynarz and Katerina Kamradkova and Krist{\'y}na Ko{\vz}uchov{\'a}},
This article presents how knowledge organisation systems in general and Polythematic Structured Subject Heading System in particular can be used in the context of grey literature resources. Starting from improved accessibility and findability, employing knowledge organisation systems can benefit both authors of grey literature and users. It suggests some of the functions knowledge organisation systems can fulfill in the grey literature environment, such as metadata authoring, search query… 
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