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Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis (SCA)
I am developing a formalisation of semiotics called Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis (SCA)
which starts with a definition of a sign as a triadic relation of a representamen,
denotation and interpretation so that the interpretation and representamen uniquely
determine the denotation. The definition is inspired by C. S. Peirce but from a
more modern perspective with, for example, applications in formal and programming
languages. The purpose of SCA is to provide methods for investigating and
evaluating signs and their usage.
Some of my Publications related to SCA
- "Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis: A Proposal", International Journal of General
Systems, Vol. 46, 5, 2017, p. 569-585.
- "A Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis of Conceptual Development in Learning Mathematics."
In: Presmeg; et al. (eds.), Signs of Signification, ICME-13 Monograph, Springer 2018,
- "Learning Thresholds in Formal Concept Analysis." In: Bertet; et al. (eds.), Formal
Concept Analysis. Proceedings of ICFCA'2017, Springer Verlag, LNCS 10308, 2017, p.
- "A Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis of Conceptual Learning." In: Haemmerle;
Stapleton; Faron-Zucker (eds.), Graph-Based Representation and Reasoning,
Proceedings of ICCS'16, Springer Verlag, LNCS 9717, 2016, p. 122-136.
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