Langual 2000 Documentation of changes from Version 0 (Working group on food description, terminology and nomenclature)
LanguaL stands for 'langua aLimentaria' or 'language of food'. It is an automated method for describing, capturing and retrieving data about food. The work on LanguaL was started in the late 1970 by the Centre for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an ongoing cooperative effort of specialists in food technology, information science and nutrition. Since then, LanguaL has been developed in collaboration with the US National Cancer Institute (NCI), and, more recently, its European partners, notably in France, Denmark, Switzerland and Hungary. Since 1996, the European LanguaL Technical Committee has administered the thesaurus. This report presents the documentation of the changes and additions from the previous version of LanguaL, version 0 (1995) to the present version of the LanguaL 2000 thesaurus.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR: 19541 EN (2000), 108pp, Euro: 16.00
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ISBN: ISBN: 92-828-9839-3
Record Number: 200013080 / Last updated on: 2001-01-31
Original language: en
Available languages: en