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  1. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica 125 1-3 (1999) Special Issue: Notational Engineering

Message 1: Semiotica 125 1-3 (1999) Special Issue: Notational Engineering

Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:14:16 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica 125 1-3 (1999) Special Issue: Notational Engineering


Semiotica
Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies
Revue de l'Association Internationale de S�miotique

Editor-in-Chief: Thomas A. Sebeok
ISSN 0037-1998

Volume 125 - 1-3 (1999)

Special Issue: Notational Engineering
Guest Editor: Jeffrey G. Long



JEFFREY G. LONG
 Editor's note


Evolution and effects of notational systems

ROBERT K. LOGAN
 The social, economic, and educational impacts of notational systems

JEFFREY G. LONG
 How could the notation be the limitation?


Foundations of notation

JACK ENGSTROM
 G. Spencer-Brown's Laws of Form as a revolutionary, unifying
 notation

PETER WINIWARTER
 A periodic system of system concepts

J. RICHARD McFERRON
 Information theory in notational systems: A review of a
 dissertation proposal


Biology and notation

W. C. WATT
 How to recognize extraterrestrial symbols, when and if

HANS FRIINDT
 Echolocation: The prelinguistic acoustical system

JERRY L.R. CHANDLER
 Semiotics of complex systems and emergence within a simple cell


Logic and images as notational systems

NOBUHIRO INUZUKA
 A study of descriptions from a viewpoint of finite awareness

TIZIANO TELLESCHI
 The image and its own symbolic logic


Mathematics and notation

VLADISLAV A. SHAPOSHNIKOV
 Mathematical notational systems and the visual representation of
 metaphysical ideas

WOLFRAM KAHL
 Explicit graphs and computer-aided notation

CHARLES R. LEAKE
 Hidden symbolism in verbal problems taught to students in
mathematics
 classes

W. DOUGLAS MAURER
 The influence of the computer upon mathematical notation


Knowledge and rule notation

MICHAEL MOHAMMED
 Meta-principles of business knowledge representation

FELIPE LARA-GARCIA and FELIPE LARA-ROSANO
 Visual art and metaphors in complex knowledge representation

GARY OVERGARD
 An Object-Oriented variation on Ultra-Structure

ALEXANDER SHOSTKO
 Design of an automatic course-scheduling system using
 Ultra-Structure


Proposed new notational systems

JEFFREY G. LONG
 A new notation for representing business and other rules

WOJCIECH M. JAWORSKI
 Representing processes, schemata, and templates with jMaps


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