Handbook of Terminology Management

Volume 2: Application-Oriented Terminology Management

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The Handbook of Terminology Management is a unique work designed to meet the practical needs of terminologists, translators, lexicographers, subject specialists (e.g., engineers, medical professionals, etc.), standardizers and others who have to solve terminological problems in their daily work.
In more than 900 pages, the Handbook brings together contributions from approximately 50 expert authorities in the field. The Handbook covers a broad range of topics integrated from an international perspective and treats such fundamental issues as: practical methods of terminology management; creation and use of terminological tools (terminology databases, on-line dictionaries, etc.); terminological applications.
The high level of expertise provided by the contributors, combined with the wide range of perspectives they represent, results in a thorough coverage of all facets of a burgeoning field. The lay-out of the Handbook is specially designed for quick and for cross reference, with hypertext and an extensive index.
See also Handbook of Terminology Management set (volumes 1 and 2).
[Not in series, HTM 2]  2001.  xvi, 549 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
viii–xv
Introduction to Volume II
Sue Ellen Wright and Gerhard Budin
371–378
6. Information Management
379
6.1 Computer-Assisted Thesaurus Mangement
Corentin Roulin
381–418
6.2 Terminology and Indexing
Richard A. Strehlow
419–425
6.3 The role of Terminology in Retrieving Information
Richard A. Strehlow
426–441
7. Commercial and Industrial Applications
443
7.1 Terminology in Technical Writing
Tanguy Wettengel and Aidan van de Weyer
445–466
7.2 Industrial Management
467
7.2.1 Terminology as an Organizational Priciple in CIM Environments
Sue Ellen Wright
467–479
7.2.2 Terminology-Based Knowledge Engineering in Enterprises
Bernd Düsterbeck and Wilhelm Hesser
480–487
7.2.3 Terminology and Total Quality Management
Sue Ellen Wright
488–502
7.2.4 Project-Integrated Terminology Management for Technical Writing and Translation
Gertrud G. Champe
503–515
7.2.5 Software Terminology and Localization
Licia Corbolante and Ulrike Irmler
516–535
8. Computer Applications for Terminology
537
8.1 Database Management Methods
539
8.1.1 Criteria for Evaluating Terminology Database Management Programs
Klaus-Dirk Schmitz
539–551
8.1.2 Data Catagories for Terminology Management
Sue Ellen Wright
552–571
8.1.3 Terminology Management Entry Structures
Sue Ellen Wright
572–599
8.1.4 User-Specific Terminological Data Retrieval
Blaise Nkwenti-Azeh
600–612
8.1.5 Terminology Interchange
Alan K. Melby, Klaus-Dirk Schmitz and Sue Ellen Wright
613–642
8.2 Database Applications and Products
643
8.2.1 Preparing Multi-Volume Illustrated Terminological Dictionaries
Jocelyne Le Néal
645–665
8.2.2 Practical Considerations for a Term Bank: Termium
Helen Hutcheson
666–676
8.2.3 Globalization and Terminology Management
Kara Warburton
677–696
8.3 Terminology and Machine Translation
Muriel Vasconcellos
697–723
8.4 Corpus-Related Applications
725
8.4.1 Corpus Linguistics and Terminology Extraction
Khurshid Ahmad and Margaret Rogers
725–760
8.4.2 Terminology Compilation: Consequences and Aspects of Automation
Juan C. Sager
761–771
8.4.3 Terminological Aspects of Text Production
Gregory M. Shreve
772–787
8.4.4 Collocations in Sublanguage Texts: Extraction from Corpora
Ulrich Heid
788–808
8.4.5 The Role of Specialist Terminology Management in Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Acquisition
Khurshid Ahmad
809–844
8.5 Terminology Management Resources on the Internet
Gerhard Budin and Sue Ellen Wright
845–858
Information Boxes
861–893
Appendices
895–905
Authors’ Biographical Information
906–909
Index
911–920
“[...] there can be no doubt that this volume is a welcome resource for terminologists who are trying to keep abreast of the fastpaced changes in the discipline that are being brought about by the increasing use of technology.”
Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Terminology
BIC Subject: CFM – Lexicography
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  97007100
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