Computational terminology and filtering of terminological information
Special issue of Terminology 24:1 (2018)
[Terminology, 24:1] 2018. v, 147 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Computational terminology and filtering of terminological information: Introduction to the special issuePatrick Drouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Kyo Kageura & Koichi Takeuchi | pp. 1–6
NWJC2Vec: Word embedding dataset from ‘NINJAL Web Japanese Corpus’Masayuki Asahara | pp. 7–22
Distributed specificity for automatic terminology extractionEhsan Amjadian, Diana Inkpen, T. Sima Paribakht & Farahnaz Faez | pp. 23–40
Clinical sublanguages: Vocabulary structure and its impact on term weightingLeonie Grön & Ann Bertels | pp. 41–65
Recognition of irrelevant phrases in automatically extracted lists of domain termsAgnieszka Mykowiecka, Małgorzata Marciniak & Piotr Rychlik | pp. 66–90
HYPHEN: A flexible, hybrid method to map phenotype concept mentions to terminological resourcesPaul Thompson & Sophia Ananiadou | pp. 91–121
Improving term candidates selection using terminological tokensMercè Vàzquez & Antoni Oliver | pp. 122–147
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