13.1083, Software: Development of Chronological Terms

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-13-1083. Fri Apr 19 2002. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 13.1083, Software: Development of Chronological Terms

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Date:  Tue, 9 Apr 2002 11:33:35 -0500
From:  "Alliance for the Advancement of Technology (AAT)" <aat at aatideas.org>
Subject:  Development of Chronological Terms

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Date:  Tue, 9 Apr 2002 11:33:35 -0500
From:  "Alliance for the Advancement of Technology (AAT)" <aat at aatideas.org>
Subject:  Development of Chronological Terms


Linguists,

A nonprofit Alliance for the Advancement of Technology (AAT) is
pursuing development
of a metric-time standard, the Integrated Chronological Applications
System (ICAS),
that is based on a premise that learning to use a system of metric
time is similar
to learning a second language. Uses of ICAS are integrated relative
the use of various
ICAS or non-ICAS measures in large part via the use of term sets.
Certain guidelines
and options for the development of various term sets are described in
the ICAS standard.
AAT ICAS in Brief version 6.01 is available in both HTML and PDF versions from
AAT ICAS Itinica on the aatideas web at
http://www.aatideas.org/itinica via Internet.

As the technology is emerging, the term sets in ICAS version 6.01 are
not fully delimited.
In addition, term sets for users of metric time in languages other than English
may also be developed.
-
Ronald L. Stone, programs manager
Alliance for the Advancement of Technology (AAT)

aat at aatideas.org
http://www.aatideas.org

AAT
PO Box 141155
Mpls., MN 55414-1155
USA

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