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Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, c1999
xii, 247 s. : il. ; 22 cm

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ISBN 90-272-1634-7 (brož.)
Terminology and lexicography research and practice ; vol. 1
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Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [233]-244, bibliografické odkazy a rejstříky
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Contents // Acknowledgements xi // Chapter One // AN OVERVIEW OF TERMINOLOGY // 1. Social and political aspects 1 // 1.1 Origins 1 // 1.2 Development of the held 2 // 1.3 The evolution of modern terminology 5 // 2. Scientihc and functional aspects 6 // 2.1 The theory of terminology 7 // 2.2 Terminology, a new practice 9 // 2.3 The functions of terminology 10 // 2.4 Schools and working methods in terminology 12 // 3. Organizational aspects 14 // 3.1 Different orientations according to spheres of influence 15 // 3.2 Organization of terminology 20 // 3.3 International cooperation 22 // Chapter Two // TERMINOLOGY, AN INTERDISCIPLINARY FIELD // 1. Terminology and linguistics 25 // 1.1 Theoretical linguistics and applied linguistics 27 // 1.2 Variety of the language system 28 // 1.3 Lexicology 29 // 1.4 Lexicography 30 // 1.5 Terminology 32 // 1.6 The specificity of terminology 33 // 1.6.1 Terminology and lexicology 34 // 1.6.2 Lexicography and terminology 37 // CONTIENI S // vii i // 2. Terminology and cognitive science 39 // 2.1 The analysis of terms 39 // 2.2 Concept formation 42 // 2.3 The relationships between concepts 44 // 2.4 Subject classification 44 // 3. Terminology and communication 45 // 3.1 Specialized communication 45 // 3.2 Terminology and specialized communication 47 // 3.3 Terminology and translation 47 // 3.4 Terminology and language planning 48 // 4. Terminology and documentation 50 // 4.1 The relationship between terminology and documentation 51 // 5. Terminology,
computer science and knowledge engineering 52 // 5.1 Computer science at the service of terminology 53 // 5.2 The usefulness of terminology for computer science 55 // Chaptlr Thrff. // THE FOUNDATIONS OF TERMINOLOGY // 1. Special languages 56 // 1.1 Types of discourse 57 // 1.2 General language and special languages 58 // 1.2.1 The concept and scope of special languages 59 // 1.2.2 General language and special languages 71 // 1.2.3 Variation in special languages 76 // 1.3 Special language documents 78 // 1.4 The role of terminology in special language texts and documents 80 // 2. The terminological unit 80 // 2.1 Terms as systematic units 81 // 2.1.1 The designation 82 // 2.1.2 Concepts 95 // 2.1.3 The term-concept relationship 107 // 2.1.4 Function 111 // 2.2 Terms as pragmatic units 112 // Chapter Four // TERMINOLOGY IN PRACTICE: TERMINOCiRAPHY // 1. The foundations of terminological practice 115 // 1.1 Theoretical principles 115 // 1.2 International standards 116 // CONTENTS // IX // 2. Materials used in terminography 116 // 2.1 Reference materials 117 // 2.1.1 Documentation on documentation 117 // 2.1.2 Documentation on the special subject field 117 // 2.1.3 Documentation on terms 118 // 2.1.4 Documentation on the research method and presentation // of work 119 // 2.2 Specific materials for terminographic work 121 // 2.3 Support materials 121 // 2.3.1 Extraction records 121 // 2.3.2 Terminological records 123 // 2.3.3 Correspondence records 127 // 2.3.4 Query records 127
3. Working methods 129 // 3.1 Systematic searches 129 // 3.1.1 Systematic monolingual searches 130 // 3.1.2 Systematic multilingual searches 151 // 3.2 Ad-hoc searches 152 // 3.2.1 The query 153 // 3.2.2 The search 155 // 3.2.3 General process of ad-hoc searches 157 // Chapter Five // COMPUTERIZED TERMINOLOGY // 1. The concept and scope of computerized terminology 161 // 2. Contribution of computer science to terminology 162 // 2.1 Computer science and terminological methodology 162 // 2.2 Computer science and terminological practice 164 // 2.3 Artificial intelligence and terminology 166 // 3. Terminology and data banks 168 // 3.1 The creation of a data bank 169 // 3.2 The organization of the data 171 // 3.3 Data banks of interest to terminology 172 // 3.4 The evolution and limitations of data banks 173 // 4. Terminological data banks 175 // 4.1 Definition 176 // 4.2 Classification 178 // x // CONTENTS // 4.3 The design of a terminological data bank 181 // 4.3.1 Compilation 181 // 4.3.2 Storage 184 // 4.3.3 Retrieval 186 // 4.4 Limitations and problems 190 // 4.5 The future of terminological data banks 191 // Chapter Six // TERMINOLOGY AND STANDARDIZATION // 1. General standardization 194 // 1.1 Basic features 195 // 1.2 Standardization bodies 197 // 2. Terminological standardization 199 // 2.1 Standardization of terms 199 // 2.2 Standardization of principles and methods of terminology 201 // 2.3 ISO Technical Committee 37 201 // 3. Terminology and neology 203 // 3.1 An overview
of neology 204 // 3.2 Neologisms 205 // 3.3 Linguistic characteristics of neologisms 207 // 3.4 Pragmatic and sociolinguistic aspects of neologisms 207 // 3.5 Standardization of neologisms 209 // 3.6 International criteria for creating terms 210 // Chapter Seven // PROFESSIONAL TERMINOLOGY: THE ROLE OF TERMINOLOGISTS IN A LANGUAGE SERVICE // 1. Linguistic needs and language planning 215 // 2. Planning and language services 216 // 3. The technical tasks of language services 217 // 4. Language services and terminology 219 // 5. The training of terminologists 220 // 5.1 Background assumptions 221 // 5.2 Training in terminology versus training terminologists 222 // notes 225 // REFERENCES 233 // INDEX 245

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