Application-Driven Terminology Engineering

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| Université de Lyon 3
| Université de Toulouse 2
| Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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A common framework under which the various studies on terminology processing can be viewed is to consider not only the texts from which the terminological resources are built but particularly the applications targeted. The current book, first published as a Special Issue of Terminology 11:1 (2005), analyses the influence of applications on term definition and processing. Two types of applications have been identified: intermediary and terminal applications (involving end users). Intermediary applications concern the building of terminological knowledge resources such as domain-specific dictionaries, ontologies, thesaurus or taxonomies. These knowledge resources then form the inputs to terminal applications such as information extraction, information retrieval, science and technology watch or automated book index building. Most of the applications dealt with in the book fall into the first category. This book represents the first attempt, from a pluridisciplinary viewpoint, to take into account the role of applications in the processing of terminology.
[Benjamins Current Topics, 2]  2007.  vii, 203 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgement
vii
Articles
Introduction: Application-driven terminology engineering
M. Teresa Cabré Castellví, Anne Condamines and Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
1–17
Mining defining contexts to help structuring differential ontologies
Véronique Malaisé, Pierre Zweigenbaum and Bruno Bachimont
19–47
Terminology and the construction of ontology
Lee Gillam, Mariam Tariq and Khurshid Ahmad
49–73
Application-oriented terminography in financial forensics
Koen Kerremans, Isabelle Desmeytere, Rita Temmerman and Patrick Wille
75–95
Using distributional similarity to organise biomedical terminology
Julie Weeds, James Dowdall, Gerold Schneider, Bill Keller and David J. Weir
97–126
The first steps towards the automatic compilation of specialized collocation dictionaries
Leo Wanner, Bernd Bohnet, Mark Giereth and Vanesa Vidal
127–161
Variations and application-oriented terminology engineering
Béatrice Daille
163–177
Building back-of-the-book indexes
Adeline Nazarenko and Touria Aït El Mekki
179–202
“Profound application-oriented studies lead to sound theoretical understanding of the target. Perhaps few domains are more relevant to this statement than terminology. "Application-Driven Terminology Engineering" will surely lead readers not only to the understanding of the wide range of up-to-date terminological applications but also to the insights into the underlying theoretical sphere of terminology.”
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Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Lexicography
Terminology
BIC Subject: CFM – Lexicography
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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