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{{definition|A reference terminology is a set of formally-defined concepts that function as a 'hub' to which codes from different systems can map, without regard to the requirements of a particular use case.
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*A terminology in which every concept designation has a formal, machine-usable definition supporting data aggregation and retrieval.
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*A terminology designed to uniquely represent concepts.  It does this by listing the concepts and specifying their structure, relationships and, if present, their systematic and formal definitions.
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*A set of atomic level designations structured to support representations of both simple and compositional concepts independent of human language (within machine)
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Revision as of 15:09, 24 February 2012


Abbreviation: RT
Definition: A reference terminology is a set of formally-defined concepts that function as a 'hub' to which codes from different systems can map, without regard to the requirements of a particular use case.
Reference Definition:

  • A terminology in which every concept designation has a formal, machine-usable definition supporting data aggregation and retrieval.
  • A terminology designed to uniquely represent concepts. It does this by listing the concepts and specifying their structure, relationships and, if present, their systematic and formal definitions.
  • A set of atomic level designations structured to support representations of both simple and compositional concepts independent of human language (within machine)
(ISO TC 215 - Grain

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Category: Terminology
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