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Message 1: 2nd International Terminology Conference - CIT 2003

Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 16:18:58 +0000
From: m.rutecosta <m.rutecostamail.telepac.pt>
Subject: 2nd International Terminology Conference - CIT 2003

2nd International Terminology Conference
Short Title: CIT 2003

Date: 11-Dec-2003 - 13-Dec-2003
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact: Raquel Silva
Contact Email: raq.silvafcsh.unl.pt 
Meeting URL: http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/termip
	
	
Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
	
Meeting Description:
2nd International Terminology Conference - CIT 2003
�Terminology: the state of the theories �
Lisbon, 11th , 12th and 13th December 2003
With the support of: EAFT, Instituto Cam�es, Union Latine, NL-Term
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/termip
2nd International Terminology Conference - CIT 2003
�Terminology: the state of the theories �
Lisbon, 11th , 12th and 13th December 2003
With the support of: EAFT, Instituto Cam�es, Union Latine, NL-Term
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/termip

Artificial Intelligence, knowledge acquisition, concept structure and
representation, ontologies, data modelling, as well as management and
reuse of terminological resources, are the centre of new
terminological applications and also the consequence of a deep
methodological renovation. The enthusiasm shown over the past years
towards methodological principles allied to a period of a certain slow
down of the theoretical reflection - not being able to cope with the
flourishing of technological innovation in constant mutation - clearly
show that Terminology as a science is, at present, performing a
turning point, not only methodologically but also theoretically, and
that requires an urgent state-of-the-art. Consequently, we would like
to encourage the participants to share their own experiences and
reflections concerning these matters.

CONTACTS
Rute Costa m.rutecostamail.telepac.pt
Raquel Silva raq.silvafcsh.unl.pt

TERMIP / Centro de Linguistica da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Avenida de Berna, 26 - C
1069 - 061
Tel et Fax: 21 797 16 56
__________________________________________________________________
	
2�me Conf�rence Internationale de Terminologie - CIT 2003
�Terminologie: l'�tat des theories�
Lisbonne, 11, 12 et 13 d�cembre 2003
Appuis Institutionnels : AET, Instituto Cam�es, Union Latine, NL-Term
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/termip
La deuxi�me Conf�rence Internationale de Terminologie (CIT 2003) est
consacr�e au th�me Terminologie : l'�tat des th�ories.

L'intelligence artificielle, l'acquisition des connaissances, la
structuration et repr�sentations notionnelles, les ontologies, la
mod�lisation des donn�es, entre autres, ainsi que la gestion et
r�utilisation des ressources terminologiques sont, au centre des
nouvel= les applications en Terminologie et sont aussi le reflet d'une
r�novation m�thodologique profonde.

L'enthousiasme m�thodologique des derni�res ann�es, alli� � une
p�riode d'un certain ralentissement du point de vue de la r�flexion
th�orique - de venue peu capable de suivre l'effervescence de
l'innovation technologique en mutation constante - fait aujourd'hui
appara�tre clairement que la Terminologie en tant que science est �
l'heure actuelle � un tourna= nt m�thodologique et th�orique dont il
semble urgent de faire un �tat de l'art. Par cons�quent, nous
proposons aux conf�renciers de partager avec nou= s leurs exp�riences
et leurs r�flexions sur cette probl�matique.
	
CONTACTS
Rute Costa m.rutecostamail.telepac.pt
Raquel Silva raq.silvafcsh.unl.pt
	
TERMIP / Centro de Lingu�stica da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Avenida de Berna, 26 - C
1069 - 061
Tel et Fax: 21 797 16 56
________________________________________________________________
	
2a Confer�ncia Internacional de Terminologia - CIT 2003
�Terminologia: o estado das teorias� Lisboa, 11, 12 e 13 Dezembro 2003
Apoios institucionais: AET, Instituto Cam�es, Uni�o Latina, NL-Term
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/termip A segunda Confer�ncia Internacional de
Terminologia (CIT 2003) � dedicada ao tema Terminologia : o estado
das teorias.

A intelig�ncia artificial, aquisi��o de conhecimentos, a estrutura��o
e representa��es conceptuais, as ontologias, a modeliza��o dos dados,
entre outros, assim como a gest�o e reutiliza��o dos recursos
terminol� gicos est�o no centro das novas aplica��es em Terminologia e
tamb�m s�o o reflexo de uma renova��o metodol�gica profunda. O
entusiasmo metodol�gico dos � ltimos anos, aliado a um periodo de um
certo abrandamento do ponto de vista da reflex�o te�rica - com pouca
capacidade de acompanhar a efervesc�ncia da ino va��o tecnol�gica em
constante muta��o - evidencia claramente a viragem metodol�gica e
te�rica pela qual esta a passar a Terminologia enqua nto ci�ncia,
sendo urgente fazer o estado de arte. Assim, propomos aos
conferencistas que partilhem connosco as suas reflex�es e as suas
experi�ncias.
	
CONTACTOS
Rute Costa m.rutecostamail.telepac.pt
Raquel Silva raq.silvafcsh.unl.pt

TERMIP / Centro de Lingu�stica da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Avenida de Berna, 26 - C
1069 - 061
Tel et Fax: 21 797 16 56
	
	
	
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