The conceptual structure of terminological definitions and their linguistic realisations
A report on research in progress
The article explores the basic conceptual structure patterns of definitions and contrasts them with their linguistic realisation. A better understanding of the linguistic possibilities of expression can lead to more sensible rules and proper patterns for definitions that can be used in authoring packages for the writing of definitions.
Keywords: Definition, Conceptual Structure, ISO Terminology
Published online: 01 January 1995
Cited by 6 other publications
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