Paper: Some Informational Languages And Models - A Semantic View

ACL ID C82-2068
Title Some Informational Languages And Models - A Semantic View
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1982
Authors

episemia (elementary and complex), and thus as elementary models, only for an (advised) recipient capable of usin~ certain -elgorithm8 m for replse- lng symbols by constant signs or of transferring them into signs of natural language. The icon and symptom act as episemia for an advised recipient • We can imagine a number of logical or arithmetical languages which can operate - each with regard to all others - as metala.nguages. At the same time, translation algorithm may sometimes be rather complex in view of tyDolozica~ differences between such systems, e•g. in the bicipher (two- figure) numeral notation, syntactical synergy and line~ arrangement of plemes are encountered in a very profuse mea- sure when compared to, for example, the decimal notation where the symbol O when placed to ...