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Edited By Sonia Berbinski
Du „non-dit” à l’indicible, en terminologie
Abstract: This paper explores, in a Relevance Theoretic general frame, the topic of the unsaid in conceptual terminology (Wüster, Felber), at the level of data and at the level of metadata. It will focus on both conceptualization and designation, on noise and silence, on relations between data about the concept in the terminology article and object recognition, as well as on the standard article structure and the spatiotemporal pathways from field to field, as nonverbal information per se, or on the graphic representation of concept systems (according to ISO 704:2000) and their relation to explicit verbal information in the terminology article, specifically in the field of “correlates” (hyperonyme, hyponyme, co-hyponyme etc.).
Keywords: conceptual terminology, unsaid, procedural knowledge, declarative knowledge, Relevance Theory
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