Domain Classification for Terminology Management: Principles of Compilation

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Kudashev , I 2011 , Domain Classification for Terminology Management: Principles of Compilation . in N Nissilä & N Siponkoski (eds) , Kieli ja etiikka = Språk och etik = Sprache und Ethik = Language och ethics : Vakki Symposium XXXI, Vaasan yliopisto 11.-12.2.2011 . University of Vaasa , Vaasa , pp. 176-187 , VAKKI Symposium - Theory of Translation, LSP and Multilingualism , Vaasa , Finland , 11/02/2011 . < http://www.vakki.net/publications/2011/VAKKI2011_Kudashev.pdf >

Title: Domain Classification for Terminology Management: Principles of Compilation
Author: Kudashev, Igor
Editor: Nissilä, Niina; Siponkoski, Nestori
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Palmenia, Kouvola
Publisher: University of Vaasa
Date: 2011
Language: eng
Number of pages: 12
Belongs to series: Kieli ja etiikka = Språk och etik = Sprache und Ethik = Language och ethics Vakki Symposium XXXI, Vaasan yliopisto 11.-12.2.2011
ISBN: 978-952-476-377-6
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/29988
Abstract: Users consider domain labels one of the most important data categories in LSP collections, especially multi-domain ones. In the 1980s, the need for a domain classification specifically designed for the purposes of terminology management has been discussed actively, but such a classification seems to have never been created or at least made public. In the TermFactory project which is aimed at creating a platform and a workflow for collaborative ontology-based terminology work, it has been decided to create a dedicated domain classification that would be multilingual, generic (not too culture- and language-specific), based on widely acknowledged divisions, simple, user-friendly and extensible. In my paper, I discuss the reasons for using a domain classification in a term bank, consider some general problems in the compilation of domain classifications, and describe the principles of compilation of the TermFactory core domain classification.
Subject: 6121 Languages
domain classification, classification system, terminology management, terminology management system, term bank
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