Difference between revisions of "Category:Interface Terminology"

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{{Definition|An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry, without necessarily exposing or employing the structure or diction of a reference terminology.}}
 
{{Definition|An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry, without necessarily exposing or employing the structure or diction of a reference terminology.}}
 
{{Reference Definition|An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry.|HL7 SAIF-IF}}
 
{{Reference Definition|An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry.|HL7 SAIF-IF}}
{{Reference Definition|A maintained set of unique identified terms designed to be compatible with the natural language of the user, used to mediate between a user’s colloquial conceptualizations of concept descriptions and an underlying reference terminology.
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{{Reference Definition|A maintained set of unique identified terms designed to be compatible with the natural language of the user, used to mediate between a user’s colloquial conceptualizations of concept descriptions and an underlying reference terminology. |ISO TC 215 | Grain
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Abbreviation: IT
Definition: An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry, without necessarily exposing or employing the structure or diction of a reference terminology.
Reference Definition: An Interface Terminology assists entry and display of information and provides consistent data entry. (HL7 SAIF-IF)
Reference Definition: A maintained set of unique identified terms designed to be compatible with the natural language of the user, used to mediate between a user’s colloquial conceptualizations of concept descriptions and an underlying reference terminology. (ISO TC 215) - Grain
Category: Terminology
See also: Reference Terminology

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