Recent Advances in Computational Terminology

Editors
| CNRS, ERSS, Université Toulouse-le-Mirail
| CNRS-LIMSI, Orsay, France
| Université de Montréal
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This first collection of selected articles from researchers in automatic analysis, storage, and use of terminology, and specialists in applied linguistics, computational linguistics, information retrieval, and artificial intelligence offers new insights on computational terminology. The recent needs for intelligent information access, automatic query translation, cross-lingual information retrieval, knowledge management, and document handling have led practitioners and engineers to focus on automated term handling. This book offers new perspectives on their expectations. It will be of interest to terminologists, translators, language or knowledge engineers, librarians and all others dependent on the automation of terminology processing in professional practices.
The articles cover themes such as automatic thesaurus construction, automatic term acquisition, automatic term translation, automatic indexing and abstracting, and computer-aided knowledge acquisition.
The high academic standing of the contributors together with their experience in terminology management results in a set of contributions that tackle original and unique scientific issues in correlation with genuine applications of terminology processing.
[Natural Language Processing, 2]  2001.  xviii, 380 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Didier Bourigault, Christian Jacquemin and Marie-Claude L'Homme
viii–xviii
A graph-based approach to the automatic generation of multilingual keyword clusters
Akiko Aizawa and Kyo Kageura
1–27
The automatic construction of faceted terminological feedback for interactive document retrieval
Peter G. Anick
29–52
Automatic term detection: A review of current systems
M. Teresa Cabré Castellví, Rosa Estopà Bagot and Jordi Vivaldi Palatresi
53–87
Incremental extraction of domain-specific terms from online text resources
Lee-Feng Chien and Chun-Liang Chen
89–109
Knowledge-based terminology management in medicine
James J. Cimino
111–126
Searching for and identifying conceptual relationships via a corpus-based approach to a Terminological Knowledge Base (CTKB): Method and Results
Anne Condamines and Josette Rebeyrolle
127–148
Qualitative terminology extraction: Identifying relational adjectives
Béatrice Daille
149–166
General considerations on bilingual terminology extraction
Eric Gaussier
167–183
Detection of synonymy links between terms: Experiment and results
Thierry Hamon and Adeline Nazarenko
185–208
Extracting useful terms from parenthetical expressions by combining simple rules and statistical measures: A comparative evaluation of bigram statistics
Toru Hisamitsu and Yoshiki Niwa
209–224
Software tools to support the construction of bilingual terminology lexicons
David A. Hull
225–244
Determining semantic equivalence of terms in information retrieval: An approach based on context distance and morphology
Hongyan Jing and Evelyne Tzoukermann
245–260
Term extraction using a similarity-based approach
Diana Maynard and Sophia Ananiadou
261–278
Extracting knowledge-rich contexts for terminography: A conceptual and methodological framework
Ingrid Meyer
279–302
Experimental evaluation of ranking and selection methods in term extraction
Hiroshi Nakagawa
303–325
Corpus-based extension of a terminological semantic lexicon
A. Nazarenko, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Benoît Habert and J. Bouaud
327–351
Term extraction for automatic abstracting
Michael P. Oakes and Chris D. Paice
353–370
About the contributors
371–375
Name Index
375–377
Subject Index
377–379
“[...] an excellent starting point for those who would like to rapidly understand the basic problems in the field, to become aware of the major achievements, to get new ideas about potential applications, to update some pointers to an abundant literature, and to get a rapid overview of ongoing work in the field.”
“This is a welcome addition to the literature as it represents one of the few places where papers on this topic are gathered in one volume. Previously, information on computational terminology was scattered throughout the literature in isolated journal papers, conference papers, etc. The editors are to be commended for consolidating high-quality research on computational terminology into a single collection.”
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Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Lexicography
Terminology
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  00051911