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If you can avoid floating, I suggest you do. It's inherently weak. (And sooner or later, someone's probably going to try chinups or an entire Encyclopedia Britannica on your work.) If you gotta, Rockler sells these blind shelf supports: http://www.rockler.com/blind-shelf-supports. Hope you're in the US, or shipping/customs might be tough. (My review on ...
Thete are several kinds of supports sold specifically for this purpose, plus the option of using fairly standard triangular brackets upside down and arranging the shelf's contents to hide them.
A medium duty, standard single slot, blade bracket? Source: beta.lvmannequins.com Another option might be removing the plastic caps off the uprights and slide something down there; put 'legs' on the board and slip it in. Isn't that how some partitions with glass tops work?
I doubt there is a common name for that mount but first thing you will need to do is find out the manufacture of the cubicle system. Once you have that, you can then start searching for brackets or mounts for that system. I quick google search, and it came up with a couple of items like that under the name of shelf bracket and tackboard clip.
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