Modern Approaches to Terminological Theories and Applications
Peter Lang, 2006 - 434 Seiten
This volume comprises contributions originally presented at the 15th European Symposium on Languages for Special Purposes held at the University of Bergamo on 29 August - 2 September 2005. The volume is divided into four parts: Approaches to Terminological Theories; Terms in Discourse; Knowledge Elicitation, Ordering and Management; Term extraction and terminographical work.
The research presented in the various contributions to this volume clearly indicates that terminology as an inter- and transdisciplinary field of knowledge is firmly developing its theoretical foundations and practical applications in accordance with and within the framework of its overall goal: to ensure and to augment the quality of communication with professional content.
LARISSA ALEXEEVA VALENTINA NOVODRANOVA
MARGARET ROGERSSUE ELLEN WRIGHT
BASSEY E ANTIA RICHARD KAMAI
ELIZABETH SCHLOMANN LOWE SUE ELLEN WRIGHT
ANA MARÍA MONTERDE
NATASCIA RALLI ISABELLA TIES
MARIA GIOVANNA NIGRO
Notes on Contributors
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