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We are describe the concept of dedicated Multilingual Preterminological Graphs MPGs, and some automatic approaches for constructing them by analyzing the behavior of online community users. A Multilingual Preterminological Graph is a special lexical resource that contains massive amount of terms related to a special domain, and can be used as raw material(More)
—Software Engineering (SE) practices deals with business requirements that continue to operate in dynamically changing and turbulent environments. SE practitioners must confront the business need for persistent innovation and build appropriate future workforce culture. Agile software development approaches view change from a perspective that reflects(More)
In this paper we are proposing a contribution scheme for multilingual (preterminology). Preterminology is a lexical resource of unconfirmed terminology. We are explaining the difficulties of building lexical resources collaboratively. And we suggest a scheme of active and passive contributions that will ease the process and satisfy the Contribution Factors.(More)
We are describing methods for compiling domain-dedicated multilingual terminological data from various resources. We focus on collecting data from online community users as a main source, therefore, our approach depends on acquiring contributions from volunteers (explicit approach), and it depends on analyzing users' behaviors to extract interesting(More)
This paper presents a method to discover possible terminological relationships from tweets. We match the histories of terms (frequency patterns). Similar history indicates a possible relationship between terms. For example, if two terms (t1, t2) appeared frequently in Twitter at particular days, and there is a 'similarity' in the frequencies over a period(More)
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