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By Juan C. Sager

Because the creation of the pc, terminology administration could be performed by means of virtually someone who has learnt to take advantage of a working laptop or computer. Terminology administration has proved to be a good instrument in overseas communications in undefined, schooling and foreign enterprises. software program programs are on hand and foreign businesses frequently have their very own terminology database. Following those advancements, translators and terminologists are faced with a specialized type of details administration regarding compilation and standardisation of vocabulary, garage, retrieval and updating.A functional path in Terminology Processing offers the foremost to equipment of terminology administration for the English language, for normal and particular reasons. This precise path has been built at the foundation of years of educating adventure and examine on the collage of Manchester Institute of technological know-how and expertise (UMIST, united kingdom) and is very compatible for translation classes, freelance translators, technical writers, in addition to for non-linguists who're faced with terminology processing as a part of their occupation.

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Program, pause, instruction. The definitions of the other types of concepts identified by Pugh appear to have also a broader validity. g. data processing, corrective maintenance, programming. - QUALITY = a quality, property, condition or disposition attributable and/ or attributed to one or more concepts, which is not quantified in 'data pro­ cessing'. g. stable state, flexible disk. - QUANTITY = a measurable quantity or a quality, property, condition or disposition which is quantifiable and which is not a predefined relational value.

Detailed classification schemes like the Universal Decimal Classification or the Dewey Decimal Classification provide for many small subsets of knowledge in hierarchical order which have been used by various authors for arranging terms in systematic order. The structures that can be obtained in this way represent a great improvement on the alphabetical order of traditional dictionaries and glossaries, but they are limited by the fact that they cannot reflect the relationships that pertain between individual terms.

In such dictionaries words are usually explained by means of other words the understanding of which is taken for granted. Because of the polysemous nature of many words and the overlapping of types of meaning, general language words are often defined by listing of synonyms so that the meaning of the item to be defined can be interpreted as the common features of all the synonyms given. Thus, an impression may be gained that general language definitions are confined to giving sense relations only; this would permit a distinction to be made be­ tween the 'linguistic' nature of many lexicographic definitions in contrast to 'terminological' definitions.

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