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Classifying infinity… and beyond!

Frey, Katie; Erdmann, Chris; Accomazzi, Alberto; Rubin, Louise; Biemesderfer, Chris; Gray, Norman


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One of the primary drivers behind the creation of the UAT is the wish to support semantic enrichment of astronomy literature and databases.&amp;nbsp; We anticipate it will be used as a common language across publishers and platforms, to connect articles and data sets.&amp;nbsp; We also hope this unified vocabulary will inspire a new range of cross-silo data sharing.&lt;br /&gt;
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