Handbook of Terminology Management, Volume 2
Sue Ellen Wright, Gerhard Budin
John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 549 pages
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).
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The Handbook of Terminology Management Introduction to Volume II
Section 6 Information Management
Section 61 ComputerAssisted Thesaurus Management
Section 62 Terminology and Indexing
Section 63 The Role of Terminology in Retrieving Information
Section 7 Commercial and Industrial Applications
Section 71 Terminology in Technical Writing
Section 72 Industrial Management
Section 82 Database Applications and Products
Section 83 Terminology and Machine Translation
84 CorpusRelated Applications
Section 85 Terminology Resources on the Internet
Appendix I Abbreviations
Appendix II Terminology Management Standards
Authors Biographical Information
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Handbook of Terminology Management: Basic Aspects of Teminology Management. 1
No preview available - 1997
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