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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,
p. 173-188.
- "Learning Thresholds in Formal Concept Analysis." In: Bertet; et al. (eds.), Formal
Concept Analysis. Proceedings of ICFCA'2017, Springer Verlag, LNCS 10308, 2017, p.
198-210.
- "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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