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2014 | 49 |
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Роль термінів-непрямих номінацій у тезаурусі інформаційно-пошукової системи славістичного мовознавства

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UK
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The role of terms-indirect nominations in the thesaurus of information retrieval system of the Slavic linguisticsThe article examines some of the problems of modern information retrieval systems in the Slavic studies, in particular, one of the most representative – Bibliographic Database World Slavonic Linguistics, created in the Institute of Slavic Studies of PAS under the leadership of Dr. Z. E. Rudnik-Karwatova. The author focuses on the ways to improve the linguistic support of such systems and increase the efficiency of image for information searching. They are connected with the study of the keywords in the annotations of scientific publications within database, as well as in the whole of modern Slavic linguistic terminology. This study enables us not only to select a comprehensive number of terms for each linguistic discipline, school, or problem, but also to determine their variability as well as their relationship with other terms of modern-­day Slavic linguistics. The result of such study should be information retrieval thesaurus of modern Slavic linguistic terminology.Special attention in the article is paid to the role of indirect nomination in modern Slavic linguistic terminology, system-organizing function of the terms with indirect semantics, resources and modes of their creating in different Slavonic languages, the correlation between indirect nomination and figurative one as well as the terms which indicate the place of object in some classifications (see Ukrainian середній рід) or gradual opposition (see Polish semileksem).
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49
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2014
online
2014-12-31
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Publication order reference
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_11649_sfps_2014_015
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