Rute Costa

List of John Benjamins publications for which Rute Costa plays a role.

Book series

Online Resource

Title

Terminology and e-dictionaries

Edited by Amparo Alcina, Rute Costa and Christophe Roche

Special issue of Terminology 25:2 (2019) v, 152 pp.
Subjects Lexicography | Terminology | Translation Studies

Articles

Vezzani, Federica, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Rute Costa 2023 ISO standards for terminology resources management: Are they FAIR enough?The Role of ISO/TC 37 Standards for Translators, Interpreters, Terminologists and Beyond, Kockaert, Hendrik J. (ed.), pp. 233–252
The ‘FAIR terminology’ paradigm is the first initiative that aims to establish a strong interrelation between the FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability) principles, promoted at the European level to foster the Open Science movement, and the specifications advocated in… read more | Article
Roche, Christophe, Amparo Alcina and Rute Costa 2019 Terminological resources in the digital ageTerminology and e-dictionaries, Alcina, Amparo, Rute Costa and Christophe Roche (eds.), pp. 139–145
Introduction
Roche, Christophe, Rute Costa, Sara Carvalho and Bruno Almeida 2019 Knowledge-based terminological e‑dictionaries: The EndoTerm and al-Andalus Pottery projectsTerminology and e-dictionaries, Alcina, Amparo, Rute Costa and Christophe Roche (eds.), pp. 259–290
The advent of the Semantic Web and of the Linked Data initiative have contributed to new perspectives and opportunities regarding terminology work. Among them are the double dimension approach and the theoretical perspective of ontoterminology anchored therein, which explore the synergies resulting… read more | Article
Santos, Claudia and Rute Costa 2015 Domain specificity: Semasiological and onomasiological knowledge representationHandbook of Terminology: Volume 1, Kockaert, Hendrik J. and Frieda Steurs (eds.), pp. 153–179
This chapter describes and proposes a mixed methodology for terminological knowledge representation. We will focus on the characterization of semasiological and onomasiological approaches and their application. Some remarks will be made on the specificities of conceptualizations and on the role of… read more | Article
Review