3 edition of Terminology and knowledge engineering supplement found in the catalog.
Terminology and knowledge engineering supplement
International Congress on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering (1987 University of Trier)
|Statement||edited by Hans Czap, Christian Galinski, organized by the International Information Centre for Terminology (INFOTERM) and the Association for Terminology and Knowledge Transfer.|
|Contributions||Czap, Hans., Galinski, Christian., Infoterm., Association for Terminology and Knowledge Transfer|
|LC Classifications||Z699A1 I677 1987 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|ISBN 10||3886722031, 3886722023|
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Define the Combining Form exercises, new to this edition, let students apply their new knowledge of combining forms to an example of how a combining form fits into a term.; Visual reinforcement of basic A&P.
Image labeling frames, new to this edition, actively engage students with anatomical illustrations to bolster their knowledge in this area and draw connections.