ⓘ Terminology model. A terminology model is a refinement of a concept system. Within a terminology model the concepts of a specific problem or subject area are de ..


ⓘ Terminology model

A terminology model is a refinement of a concept system. Within a terminology model the concepts of a specific problem or subject area are defined by subject matter experts in terms of concept definitions and definitions of subordinated concepts or characteristics. Besides object types, the terminology model allows defining hierarchical classifications, definitions for object type and property behavior and definition of casual relations.

The terminology model is a means for subject matter experts to express their knowledge about the subject in subject specific terms. Since the terminology model is structured rather similar to an object-oriented database schema, is can be transformed without loss of information into an object-oriented database schema. Thus, the terminology model is a method for problem analysis on the one side and a mean of defining database schema on the other side.

Several terminology models have been developed and published in the field of statistics:

  • Terminology model for statistical variables
  • Terminology model for classifications
  • Reference model for statistical metadata
  • It implements concepts defined in a terminology model Compared with object - oriented databases, the terminology - oriented database requires some minor
  • with titles beginning with Terminology All pages with titles containing terminology Terminology planning policy Terminology model Terminology extraction
  • Frame - based terminology is a cognitive approach to terminology developed by Pamela Faber and colleagues at the University of Granada. One of its basic
  • etc. The development of terminology extraction is also essential to the language industry. One of the first steps to model a knowledge domain is to collect
  • concepts defined in a terminology model ODABA supports typical standards and technologies for object - oriented databases, but also terminology - oriented database
  • Terminology for the Description of Dynamics TEDDY aims to provide an ontology for dynamical behaviours, observable dynamical phenomena, and control
  • assertion has been widely challenged, and led to criticism of the model In the terminology of the threefold, the goals of drama, simulation and game have
  • of the terminology and the best practices used in the application domain A modeling paradigm for MDE is considered effective if its models make sense
  • by different approaches, differing in the degree of statistical modelling Terminology is inconsistent, but three major types can be distinguished, following
  • standardized model is referred to as off - model Model sheets are also used for references in 3D modeling to guide proper proportions of models Model sheets