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TOC: Terminology Vol 9, No 2 (2004)

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  1. paul, Terminology 9:2 (2004)

Message 1: Terminology 9:2 (2004)

Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 09:57:53 -0500 (EST)
From: paul <>
Subject: Terminology 9:2 (2004)

Publisher: John Benjamins
Journal Title: Terminology
Volume Number: 9
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2004

Main text:

Terminology during the past decade (1994-2004): An Editorial statement
Marie-Claude L' Homme, Ulrich Heid and Juan C. Sager 151-161 

Theories of terminology: Their description, prescription and
M. Teresa Cabr� Castellv� 163-199 

Automatic term recognition based on statistics of compound nouns and
their components
Hiroshi Nakagawa and Tatsunori Mori 201-219 

A corpus comparison approach for terminology extraction
Teresa Mihwa Chung 221-246 

Intralinguistic analysis of medical research papers and abstracts:
Rhetorical and phraseological devices in scientific information
Beatriz M�ndez-Cend�n and Bel�n L�pez-Arroyo 247-268 

Historical Readings in Terminology 

Historical readings in terminology: The Wording of the World presented
graphically and terminologically
Juan C. Sager 269-297 

Book Reviews 

Review of "Working with Specialized Language: A Practical Guide to
Using Corpora" by Bowker, Lynne and Jennifer Pearson
Jean Quirion 299-303 

Review of "Socioterminologie : une approche sociolinguistique de la
terminologie" by Fran�ois Gaudin
Sophie Ballarin 303-307 

Review of "Spinning the Semantic Web" by Dieter Fensel, James Hendler,
Henry Lieberman and Wolfgang Wahlster (eds)
Guy Lapalme 307-311 

Review of "Terminolog�a y cognici�n : II Simposio Internacional de
Verano de Terminolog�a (13-16 de julio de 1999)" by Maria Teresa Cabr�
and Judit Feliu (eds)
Sylvie Vandaele 311-316 

Report of meeting 

Workshop on the Theory of Terminology: XVIIth International Congress
of Linguists Prague, Czech Republic, July 28, 2003
Judit Freixa 317-319 

Books received 321 

Index to Volume 9 325
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