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Confs: Semiotic Machines Workshop

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  1. Gerd Doeben-Henisch, SEMIOTIC MACHINES Workshop - preliminary program

Message 1: SEMIOTIC MACHINES Workshop - preliminary program

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 1996 20:13:31 +0200
From: Gerd Doeben-Henisch <doebinm.de>
Subject: SEMIOTIC MACHINES Workshop - preliminary program
Announcement

(for a more detailed information see:
http://www.inm.de/kip/SEMIOTIC/semiotic_machines.html):

 WORKSHOP
 SEMIOTIC MACHINES
 Theory, Implementation, Semiotic Relevance
 at the
 8th International Semiotic Congress
 organized by
 the german and the netherlands semiotic societies
 in Amsterdam, Aug 5-9 1996


 Preliminary Program
 (Last changes Febr-22 1996)

 Semiotic Machines - an Introduction
 by
 Gerd Doeben-Henisch (Frankfurt, Germany)

 Creativity - Ability to Define Something Well
 by
 Gabriele Gramelsberger (Muenchen, Germany)

 Semiotic machines and endophysics
 by
 Markus Fix (Frankfurt, Germany)

 The Evolutionary Development of Semeiotic Capacities
 by
 Edwina Taborsky (Toronto, Kanada)

 Some considerations about Semiotic Machines in the point
 of view of the Charles S. Peirce's Philosophy
 by
 Lauro Frederico Barbosa da Silveira (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

 Becoming Oneself: A Sign Process
 by
 Roland Posner (Berlin, Germany)

 KIP II - A Case Study in Semiotic Machines
 by
 G.Doeben-Henisch (Frankfurt a.Main, Germany)

 A 'signal' in the speaker's presuppositions and a 'future'
 meaning in a 'present' meaning - Two detection tasks in
 language understanding
 by
 Horst Kock (Bielefeld, Germany)

 ``Putting Channels on the Map'': a formal semiotics for
 (Geo)graphical Information Systems
 by
 Oliver Lemon/ Ian Pratt (Manchester, Greatbritain)


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