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terminology

 [ter″mĭ-nol´ah-je]
1. the vocabulary of an art or science.
2. the science that deals with the investigation, arrangement, and construction of terms.

terminology

Informatics
(1) A set of concepts, designations and relationships for a specialised subject area.
(2) In the context of clinical trials, terminology refers to a standardised, finite set of terms (e.g., picklists, MedDRA codes) used to denote patient findings, circumstances, events and interventions.

terminology

Vox populi A body of names assigned to or used for a particular type of thing. See Current procedural terminology, Dictionary, Lexicon, Nomina Anatomica, Terminologia Anatomica.
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The titles of "certified translator," "certified interpreter," and "certified terminologist" are now recognised by legislation in New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia.
In addition, MultiTerm helps translators and terminologists to store and manage their terminological knowledge in flexible, customizable databases.
To ensure the quality of the individual contributions, a change in the database automatically launches a validation cycle, whereby terminologists in the translation departments validate new and modified information.
(2) As Heid (1994) points out, collocations are central for lexicographers, corpus linguists and terminologists.
If you don't know what the going rate is, call the Association of Swiss Translators, Terminologists, and Interpreters (ASTTI) and find out.
You should bring aboard linguists, language analysts, terminologists, graphical specialists, or information engineers according to the scope and category of content.
A general opinion shared by Finno-Ugric terminologists in Russia is that in the field of humanities and social sciences terms should be created in the vernacular, whereas in technical and natural sciences they are more permissive and accept international terminology through Russian mediation.
The FIT Congress is a unique opportunity for translators, interpreters, terminologists, and industry professionals from all over the world to network and attend educational sessions on topical issues.
Whether variation in terminology is anything to go by or not, that may be quite a different issue; but it may well indicate, as many terminologists would argue, that the concept is yet to be properly stabilised.
In a sense these are what the terminologists of modern art would call 'prepared' or 'assisted' ready-mades.