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DIN ISO 26162:2016-04

DIN ISO 26162:2016-04

Systems to manage terminology, knowledge and content - Design, implementation and maintenance of terminology management systems (ISO 26162:2012); Text in German and English / Note: Date of issue 2016-03-18

Systèmes de gestion de la terminologie, de la connaissance et du contenu - Conception, mise en oeuvre et maintenance des systèmes de gestion de la terminologie (ISO 26162:2012); Texte en allemand et anglais / Attention: Date de parution 2016-03-18

Systeme zur Verwaltung von Terminologie, Wissen und Content - Gestaltung, Einrichtung und Pflege von Terminologieverwaltungssystemen (ISO 26162:2012); Text Deutsch und Englisch / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2016-03-18

Fecha Anulación:
2016-12 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

ISO 26162 (2012-08)

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Reemplazada por: DIN ISO 26162:2016-12

Terminological data are collected, managed and stored in a wide variety of terminology management systems (TMS). TMSs employ a variety of database management systems, ranging from personal computer applications for individual users to client server applications or Web-based applications operated by major companies and governmental agencies. Terminological data collections (TDCs) are based on various kinds of data models and consist of different sets of data categories (Data Category Selections, DCS). To facilitate co-operation and to prevent duplication of work, it is important to develop standards and guidelines for creating and using terminological data collectionsTDCs as well as for sharing and exchanging data. ISO/TC 37 has published the following standards in order to facilitate the exchange of terminological data and to create an integrated approach to be used in analysing an existing terminological data collection (TDC) and in designing new ones: ISO 704, ISO 12620, ISO 16642. For the user familiar with the German language DIN 2330 and DIN 2342 are also recommended Having some acquaintance with these documents before reading this International Standard would be beneficial. This International Standard gives guidance on choosing the relevant data categories, as well as designing and implementing a data model and a user interface for a TMS, taking into account the intended user group. The guidelines described in this International Standard are indispensable for the successful development of a TMS and for avoiding costly errors. This International Standard may be used for choosing the appropriate TMS for a certain purpose.
Applications, Computer applications, Computers, Data, Data processing, Definitions, Design, Developments, Electronic systems, Information sciences, Management, Management systems, Software, Technical vocabulary, Terminology, Use, Vocabulary
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