Análisis del lenguaje controlado en tres bases de datos internacionales

  1. Purificación Moscoso 1
  2. Ana Extremeño 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Alcalá
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    Universidad de Alcalá

    Alcalá de Henares, España

    ROR https://ror.org/04pmn0e78

Journal:
Información, cultura y sociedad

ISSN: 1514-8327 1851-1740

Year of publication: 2000

Issue: 2

Pages: 45-64

Type: Article

More publications in: Información, cultura y sociedad

Abstract

This paper analyses the indexing of three Social Sciencies Internationaldatabases taken into consideration relevance, consistency and exhaustivity ofthe vocabulary used in the controlled languajes. Post-coordinated languaje andpre-coordinated languaje are compared, and results identify the coherence ofthe use of descriptors versus subject headings.

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