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DPSIR—Two Decades of Trying to Develop a Unifying Framework for Marine Environmental Management?

Joana Patrício, Michael Elliott, Krysia Mazik, Konstantia-Nadia Papadopoulou, Christopher J. Smith
2016 Frontiers in Marine Science  
of holistic regulations (e.g., European framework Directives).  ...  This comprehensive review, with lessons learned after two decades of use, shows that the approach is needed and there has been a convergent evolution in approach for coastal and marine ecosystem management  ...  This comprehensive review, with lessons learned after two decades of use, shows that the approach is needed and there has been a convergent evolution in approach for coastal and marine ecosystem management  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00177 fatcat:pamtd2qc45cnznxbw3h554qhwe

Croatian Public Relations Terminology – Overview and Guidelines for Terminological Regulation

Lana Hudeček, Igor Ćutuk
2017 Communication Management Review  
Using examples of synonymous pairs and sequences in public relations terminology currently used in Croatian they demonstrate in detail the application of basic and supplemental principles of terminology  ...  In this paper, the authors give an overview of Croatian terminology in public relations and point out its functional stratification and the need for its regulation, for which they present specific guidelines  ...  Croatian to be awarded the title research associate and for each higher title one paper in Croatian published after the last title awarding. 3 The great need for the regulation of professional terminology  ... 
doi:10.22522/cmr20170222 fatcat:r5ybaf54fbdohgiytwreoh3izq

Advancing Smart Manufacturing in Europe: Experiences from Two Decades of Research and Innovation Projects

Paul Grefen, Irene Vanderfeesten, Kostas Traganos, Zuzanna Domagala-Schmidt, Julia van der Vleuten
2022 Machines  
In the past two decades, a large amount of attention has been devoted to the introduction of smart manufacturing concepts and technologies into industrial practice.  ...  To organize these experiences, we place them in the context of the well-known RAMI4.0 reference framework for Industry 4.0 (covering the ISA-95 standard).  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines10010045 fatcat:hexpmjix7zdtnjzb2mx5mlf2fa

Biosimilars—why terminology matters

Martina Weise, Marie-Christine Bielsky, Karen De Smet, Falk Ehmann, Niklas Ekman, Gopalan Narayanan, Hans-Karl Heim, Esa Heinonen, Kowid Ho, Robin Thorpe, Camille Vleminckx, Meenu Wadhwa (+1 others)
2011 Nature Biotechnology  
a) Terminology The Latin name of the homeopathic stock described in the marketing authorisation application dossier must be in accordance with the Latin title of the European Pharmacopoeia or, in absence  ...  in the European Community, or for at least two years after formal discontinuation of clinical development of the investigational product.  ...  of the product; (b) evidence of conformity of the medical device part with the essential requirements laid down in Annex I to Council Directive 93/42/EEC ( 1 ), or of conformity of the active implantable  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt.1936 pmid:21822237 fatcat:nfa77psqgrbbvenvh3h2dg6y7u

Theories of terminology: Their description, prescription and explanation

M. Teresa Cabré Castellví
2003 Terminology  
During the past decade, the theory of terminology has been a subject of debate in various circles. This article examines some of the reasons why this topic has been receiving so much interest lately.  ...  Finally, I will present my own definition of a theory of terminology, by examining important issues such a theory should take into account and see what I can offer to this debate.  ...  The third reason which may explain the anomalous evolution of terminology is the fact that two decades ago the discussion of theory became reduced to simple conjecture without accepting that a theory is  ... 
doi:10.1075/term.9.2.03cab fatcat:zaqou43ikvfodlaiapyrd4pvia


N. Bidnenko, Alfred Nobel University
2018 Vìsnik Unìversitetu ìm. A. Nobelâ: Serìâ Fìlologìčnì Nauki  
The author of the article investigates the main stages of origin of world terminology through formation of practical and theoretical terminological foundations, analyzes problems of systematization of  ...  The questions of theory and practice of modern terminology are considered in the article.  ...  Most European countries work within this framework, where specialists from different fields of science and technology work on systematizing terms.  ... 
doi:10.32342/2523-4463-2018-0-15-213-224 fatcat:rqgvzmi6u5e73nf6awtq37ik4m

The evolution of regulatory thought in the UK over the last two decades: How does this reflect regulatory and academic thinking more widely?

Dorota Galeza
2013 IALS Student Law Review  
Over the last two decades, regulatory thought in the UK has not fitted the strict deregulatory and regulatory dichotomy and has taken a more mature approach that is apparent in the adoption of recommendations  ...  An interesting aspect of regulatory initiatives adopted over this period is that they are both of an 'integrative' and 'diffusive' in character.  ...  Over the last two decades, there have been instances of Dorota Galeza The evolution of regulatory thought in the UK over the last two decades … IALS Student Law Review | Volume 1, Issue 1, Autumn 2013  ... 
doi:10.14296/islr.v1i1.1704 fatcat:td3zhxum3bftxbmkzzzz2eckk4

Organising terminology work in Sweden from the 1940s onwards

Nina Pilke, Niina Nissilä, Hans Landqvist
2021 Terminology  
Thereafter, we discuss models for building a new infrastructure for terminology work after the closure of the TNC in 2018/2019.  ...  A new main actor is the government agency known as the Institute of Language and Folklore (Isof). Finally, we discuss future visions for terminology work in Sweden.  ...  The demands placed on John Wennerberg during the TNC's first two decades were considerable.  ... 
doi:10.1075/term.00059.pil fatcat:5bb3dsskcrbcjh53hgdyvtlt7q

Terminology in Inclusive Education: Its Evaluation in Ukraine [chapter]

Natalia Andriichuk
2021 Searching for Identity: Personal Experiences and Methodological Reflections  
support from the University of Warsaw.  ...  Proofreading and Editing JAKUB OZIMEK Cover Design ZBIGNIEW KARASZEWSKI Cover Photos of the Authors AUTHORS' PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Layout IWONA MIŚKIEWICZ Typesetting DARIUSZ GÓRSKI Published with fi nancial  ...  Of course, for decades researchers have preferred diff erent ways of collecting data.  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323548157.pp.361-374 fatcat:dcpb4tijzjbopjsmntczbgor3m

Healthcare Terminology Management and Integration in Italy: Where we are and What we need for Semantic Interoperability

Elena Cardillo, Maria Teresa Chiaravalloti, Erika Pasceri
2016 European Journal for Biomedical Informatics  
systems through the use of standardized models of terminology services.  ...  services framework, to achieve also in Italy semantic interoperability.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the project "Realizzazione di servizi della infrastruttura nazionale per l'interoperabilità per il Fascicolo Sanitario Elettronico" funded by the Agency of Digital  ... 
doi:10.24105/ejbi.2016.12.1.14 fatcat:dyrpmavhkbdejnq4sefu4bvwum

What's in a name? Variations in terminology of third-party reproduction

Diane Beeson, Marcy Darnovsky, Abby Lippman
2015 Reproductive Biomedicine Online  
She has authored numerous articles in professional journals and anthologies on prenatal diagnosis, genetic testing, and social challenges of new reproductive technologies.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the following scholars and patient advocates for review of our tables and for suggesting additions: Diane Allan, Sonia Allan, Kate Bourne, Ayesha Chatterjee  ...  This depends in part on how effectively the framework of the gift relationship is adopted in discourses regarding for-profit surrogacy, and whether terminology develops to distinguish between children  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rbmo.2015.09.004 pmid:26526414 fatcat:4u7odmqjgfgcnh37x34fsie4ke

Language endangerment and revitalisation as elements of regimes of truth: shifting terminology to shift perspective

James Costa
2013 Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development  
Language endangerment and revitalisation as elements of regimes of truth: shifting terminology to shift perspective.  ...  Through the example of how this discourse is becoming dominant in France, I then suggest that there are alternative ways of looking at minority language processes, and draw on works developed in France  ...  For example, languages are described as 'purveyors of life' (the title of Chapter 1) that need to be resurrected.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01434632.2013.794807 fatcat:ut4b5xlcwbdr5n2roa7nknkdze

Mind the (terminological) gap: 10 misused, ambiguous, or polysemous terms in linguistics

Evelina Leivada, Elliot Murphy
2021 Ampersand  
The birth of a new, vibrant field of research often brings with it certain challenges such as the initial absence of an uncontroversial canon and a certain lack of terminological clarity.  ...  We then attempt to transition towards terminological clarity, providing specific recommendations for a more transparent use of these terms.  ...  Funding information This work received support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement n • 746652 (to EL) and from the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amper.2021.100073 fatcat:c6gcvhsprzdmje4wvpshxe4p54

Terminological equivalence and variation in the EU multi-level jurisdiction: a case study on victims of crime

Katia Peruzzo
2014 The Interpreter and Translator Trainer  
Given the shift in focus from langue to parole, it comes as no surprise that in the last two decades interest has grown for terminological phenomena that in the GTT framework were considered an impediment  ...  In this regard, it should be noted that the notion has been the object of much critical debate in the last two decades in the terminology field.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1750399x.2014.937566 fatcat:hmxklsueq5anhbnukmi4ybwie4

Transformations for climate change mitigation: A systematic review of terminology, concepts, and characteristics

Brendan Moore, Caroline Verfuerth, Angela Mae Minas, Christianne Tipping, Sarah Mander, Irene Lorenzoni, Claire Hoolohan, Andrew J. Jordan, Lorraine Whitmarsh
2021 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change  
Although the use of transformation terminology has increased rapidly, there are few shared definitions, which arguably constitutes a serious challenge to scholarship and evidence-based policy making.  ...  Deep, broad, and rapid society-wide changes are urgently required to limit global temperature rise in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.  ...  CONFLICT OF INTEREST The authors have declared no conflicting interests.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcc.738 fatcat:nhspsfygzndodczziwecfxymf4
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