Excerpt from G. Sauberer THERE IS NO KNOWLEDGE WITHOUT TERMINOLOGY. HOW TERMINOLOGICAL METHODS AND TOOLS CAN HELP TO MANAGE MONOLINGUAL AND MULTILINGUAL KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION

Paper read at the Spring 4th International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Communication and Management, on April 8th, 2010, in Orlando

The proceedings of the conference, including TermNet´s paper, are available in electronic / printed form:

ISBN-13:978-1-934272-89-3 / ISBN-13:978-1-934272-87-9 (Volume I)

1: IMPROVE YOUR TECHNICAL AND CORPORATE COMMUNICATION AND DOCUMENTATION

2: ORGANIZE FLEXIBILITY AND CHANGES WELL

3: ASSURE THE QUALITY AND LIABILITY OF YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

4: BE PART OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY: BENEFIT FROM STANDARDS

5: SHOW, SHARE AND SELL YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND PRODUCTS IN COMMON CLASSIFICATIONS

6: THINK GLOBAL, ACT LOCAL: USE TRANSLATION AND LOCALIZATION

7: BENEFIT FROM TERMINOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN THE PUBLIC AND SOCIAL SECTOR

8: THERE IS NO EDUCATION AND SCIENCE WITHOUT TERMINOLOGY

9: MAKE BETTER USE OF WHAT IS THERE ALREADY

10: YOU ARE NOT ALONE: JOIN THE TERMINOLOGY COMMUNITY TO GET HELP AND ADVICE

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