O.V. Nesterenko, I.E. Netesin

Èlektron. model. 2022, 44(4):105-120


A new methodological approach to the terminological systematics and support of the con­ceptual apparatus based on the electronic glossary is proposed. A metamodel of data and a glossary structure using the conceptual apparatus of set theory have been developed. A formalized description of procedures, as well as technology (methodology) of expert content and support of e-glossary content is given. Decision-making criteria have been developed for use by experts in including terms in the glossary and searching for their definitions. In contrast to the procedure for forming the terminological resources of existing e-glossaries, the approval voting algorithm of experts for evaluation and selection of the "best" options for determining the terms of the e-glossary has been implemented. Possibilities of web tools of support of technology of expert filling and support of e-glossary are shown. The proposed tools are universal and can be used in various fields. Further development of the methodological apparatus of the e-glossary is associated with the construction of an ontological model of the subject area, which will help experts to determine consistent terms for each concept and relationship, as well as for interrelated terms.


terminological resource, glossary, expert voting, web tools.


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