3 edition of Exonyms and the international standardisation of geographical names found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter Jordan, Milan Orozen Adamic and Paul Woodman.|
|Series||Wiener Osteuropa Studien -- Bd. 24, Wiener Osteuropastudien -- Bd. 24.|
|Contributions||Jordan, Peter, 1949-, Orožen Adamič, Milan., Woodman, Paul.|
|LC Classifications||G104.3 .E96 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|ISBN 10||3700005873, 3825800350|
|ISBN 10||9783700005872, 9783825800352|
|LC Control Number||2007468390|
The technical committee to examine the standardization of geographic information was established in Now, the Drafts of International Standard is examined by experts of 54 countries represented in Table 2. The International Standard classified 20 work items, is discussed in 5 working groups. The work items increased 5 items or more Size: KB. Bartha G.-Kocsis S./ European Journal of Geography 2 2 84 Standards for encoding of geographic information. Standard for specific thematics. The ISO series of standards was adopted as the technical base for INSPIRE by the European standardization organization Comité Européen Normalisation - CEN TC/
Names placement in maps. Chapter 18 Toponymic data files - Gazetteers, G.I.S. and digital cartography. Appendix A National Standardization: Resolution No. 4 of the UN Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names, Appendix B Statute of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names. An exonym or xenonym is an external name for a geographical place, a group of people, an individual person, or a language or dialect. It is a common name used only outside the place, group, or linguistic community in question. An endonym or autonym is an internal name for a geographical place, a group of people, or a language or dialect.
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Exonyms and the International Standardisation of Geographical Names Peter JORDAN, Milan OROŽEN ADAMIČ, Paul WOODMAN (eds.) (): Exoyms and the International Standardisation of Geographical Names. Exonyms and other geographical names.
In international relations, standardization only became possible in are the most numerous semantic type of exonyms and completely translated names ( JORDAN P, OROŽEN ADAMIČ M., WOODMAN P. (eds.) (), Exonyms and the International Standardisation of Geographical Names.
Approaches towards the Resolution of an Apparent Contradiction (= Wiener Osteuropa Studien, 24). Wien – Berlin, LIT. The Session aims to increase awareness of geographical names standardization, share the benefits that names provide to the daily functions in.
of Geographical Names Standardization, from Botswana, Cyprus, the Republic of Korea and Ukraine. There are the usual divisional and working group reports and a few articles from Geographical names Authorities in Member States. A must read article is that It is a 20 module program, subdivided in chapters, complete on ―How Surface.
Manual for the national standardization, of geographical names Contents Page Foreword Hi Contents v Introduction 1 • The present manual 1 • Advantages of standardization 2 • Training courses 3 • Contacts 3 Part one. Organization of a national programme for geographical names standardization DonaldJ.
Orth (United States of America. between exonyms and international standardisation and bilinguality, resp. Béla POKOLY (Hungary) referred to country names as exonyms.
The sequence of general and principal observations on exonym versus endonym use was continued by Rainer DORMELS (Austria), who spoke about practice and policies of endonym use in the naming of sea bodies, Sungjae.
United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN), Working Group on Exonyms 10th Meeting, Tainach/Tinje, Austria, AprilEndonyms versus Exonyms: A Case Study in Standardization. With a List of Names of Arab Countries and Their Major Cities by Bogusław R.
Zagórski, Commission on Standardization of Geographical Names. Anić, Silić ), the way in which one has to write geographical names is as follows: “Names of the continents, states and countries, islands, peninsulas and other geographical names are basically written in their adopted and transcribed way: Europa, Azija, Sjeverna Amerika, Južna.
the IHB co-operate with the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names with the object of achieving international standardization of names of maritime and undersea features.
This association can be traced back to when the first UN Conference on the International Standardization of Geographical Names was Size: KB. Report of the Working Group on Exonyms Submitted by the Working Group on Exonyms** International Standardisation of Geographical Names.
Approaches towards the Resolution of an will probably be the last in the "Name and Place" book series that is. Africa, geographical names authorities of member nations of the UN, and other international agencies concerned with the standardisation of geographical names.
What geographical names are covered by the SAGNC. Geographical names of national concern including, but not limited to, towns, suburbs and any form of human settlement, post of.
Geographical Names 17th Meeting: Zagreb, May, hosted by the Miroslav Krleža Institute of Lexicography, Zagreb WG proceedings published JORDAN Peter, OROŽEN ADAMIĆ Milan, WOODMAN Paul (eds.) (), Exonyms and the International Standardisation of Geographical Names. Approaches towards the Resolution of.
In book: Criteria for the Use of Exonyms. Proceedings of the 17th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Zagreb, May (pp) Publisher: Dr. Kovač Verlag, Hamburg. Paper presented at the UN/ICA Week of Geographical Names in Timi şoara Timi şoara (Romania), SeptemberEXONYMS IN THE ARAB WORLD - IN ARABIC AND INTERNATIONAL CARTOGRAPHY Bogusław R.
Zagórski, Commission for the Standardization of Geographical Names Beyond Polish Borders, Chief Office of Geodesy and Cartography. The report highlights the activities of the UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms (WGE) since the 10th United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names (UNCSGN) in In this period, the Working Group held three business meetings and four workshops and published four books.
The naming of any geographical territory, which is not directly under a country’s political control is known as Exonymy.I was not aware until following up on this article on getting home that the United Nations has an entire sub-organization entirely dedicated to the Standardization of Geographical names, which meets in conference every five : Roger Derham.
Technical Reference Manual for the Standardization of Geographical Names Paperback – June 1, by United Nations (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, June 1, "Please retry" First published: 01 Jun, Conferences on the Standardization of Geographical Names (II/28, II/29, II/31, II/38, III/18, III/19, IV/20, V/13, VIII/4); Further recalling the general intention of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names to reduce the use of exonyms in international communications.
Peter Jordan, Irena Švehlová & Paul Woodman (eds.), Verlag Dr. Kovač Proceedings of the 19th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Prague [Praha], April The Working Group (WG) on Exonyms of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names. Every geographical name refers to a strictly defined geographical item; however, this does not mean that several identical geographical names can be used.
They are created at a specific point in time on a specific language territory. All of the world’s geographical names in all languages can be divided into endonyms and exonyms.The role of international professional associations is increasing in this matter; such as the UNGEGN (United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names), founded inwhich guides.
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