№1, 2016

Gurbanova Afruz M.

The article describes the history of the formation and the state of the art of computational terminology. The stages of the development process of computational terminology management are described. In particular, specific principles and methods of terminology theory influenced by the technology of the sphere are explained in details. Besides, the article shows how the terminological methods change over the time. The studies conducted in this field are analyzed. And the development tendencies of computational terminology are specified (pp.63-68).

Keywords:computational terminology, computational linguistics, Natural Language Processing, ontology, semantic relations, terminology database.
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