Category talk:Terminology Binding

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The assertion of a relationship between the information model and the terminology. Binding can define the semantics of elements and of their value domains (“element” and “value” binding, respectively), and it can be accomplished with natural language or with controlled terminologies (“name” and “semantic” binding).

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--Anneke Goossen 06:14, 22 February 2012 (EST)From a presentation of L. Sato and D. Markwell (NHS)

  1. Terminology binding (noun): an instance of a link between a terminology component and an information model artefact.
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  3. Terminology binding (verb): is the process of establishing links between elements of a terminology, for example Snomed CT, and an information model (Benson, 2010).

--Anneke Goossen 06:14, 22 February 2012 (EST)term binding – a node of an archetype is given meaning by reference to an external terminology. Source: Erik Sundvall*1, Rahil Qamar2, Mikael Nyström1, Mattias Forss1, Håkan Petersson1, Daniel Karlsson1, Hans Åhlfeldt1 and Alan Rector2, (2008). Integration of tools for binding archetypes to SNOMED CT. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2008; 8(Suppl 1): S7. Published online 2008 October 27. doi: 10.1186/1472-6947-8-S1-S7

Is term binding a synonym of terminology binding?