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22nd Japanese Terminology Symposium

Toyohashi-City, Aichi Province, Japan
27 November 2009

At the one day Symposium, held at the Aichi University and organized by Japan Terminology Association, Dr. Christian Galinski spoke about

Standards-based certification of content and content-related services and made a presentation of the ISO Content DataBase (ISO/CDB), which met with great interest among the participants and attracted new people into the ranks of the Japan Terminology Association.

The Japan Terminology Association is a section of the Japan Society of Information and Knowledge (JSIK), which was established in April 1988 upon the requests from three research liaison committees of the Science Council of Japan related to the sciences of information and many other specialists in various fields. JSIK, through its continuous research activities for over 10 years, has been taking the lead in tackling a range of the problems on information and knowledge. Basic posture of JSIK's activities is to find new directions in those problems such as development of information technology, establishment of the sciences of information and knowledge, methodology for effective utilization of information, and establishment of social norms.

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