STP Published: 1993

Standardizing Terminology for Better Communication: Practice, Applied Theory, and Results

Editor(s): Richard A. Strehlow, Sue Ellen Wright

Shows how terminology work can be applied to increase communication efficiency, promote understanding, and add value to both documents and databases.

Presents 27 papers from authors in North America, Europe, and Asia and provides an overview of terminology work today.

The role of terminology work in ensuring high quality text production and information retrieval is explored, as well as the inclusion of variant terminology and foreign language equivalents.

The burgeoning significance of computerization and database applications in terminology work as lead several authors to examine the terminological aspects of data elements, hypertext applications in terminology database management, universal interchange formats and computer aids for terminology generation and management.

In four sections:

• Issues in Terminology

• Applying Terminological Principles and Theories

• Computerization and Database Applications

• Terminology for Special Languages and Nomenclatures.

Table of Contents

RA Strehlow, SE Wright

W Grattidge, JH Westbrook

H Gélinas-Surprenant, E Hussman

S Pavel

AK Dzhincharadze, VL Nalepin, IN Volkova

Y Lu

CA Sperati

C Galinski, G Budin

CT Gilreath

RL Buchan

LH Deming

SE Wright

RA Strehlow, WH Kenworthey, RE Schuldt

I Meyer

AW Forrey

JH Westbrook, W Grattidge

KJ Vinciquerra

GM Shreve

SE Wright, AK Melby

W Grattidge, WB Lund, JH Westbrook

C Leonhardt

CG Interrante, CA Messina, AC Fraker

WP Ellis

S Da

FW Billmeyer

CA Sperati

AW Forrey

JC Datta

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Pages: 400
DOI: 10.1520/STP1166-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5227-4
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1493-7