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Gani Pllana, Sadete Pllana


One of the fundamental problems of standardization of every terminology, and in particular of a knowledge area, is the systemization of terms, i.e., the adjustment and their insertion into the system by aiming to accomplish as a final goal the equivalence: one term-one concept. The implementation of this process relates to the construction of a terminology as a system of forms and contents, where the system of forms (terms) will be adequately adapted to the system of the contents (concepts). The creation of this system is affected by two semantic phenomena observed in it, like the absolute synonymy, which causes an overloading of signs, as well as the polysemy (homonymy), which leads to its incompleteness with sufficient signs, where not each one responds to the relevant concepts.

Keywords: standardization, term, terminology, theoretical mechanics.

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