Designing Signs that Build the Required Semantics into the Needed Syntax
Building signs on purpose is a challenge of a special kind. It calls for something more than a descriptive analysis of sign systems. Practical choices, sometimes very delicate choices, must be made so that the right properties will be combined to serve the right purposes.
KeywordsTruth Table Symmetry Operation Roman Numeral Basic Transformation Decimal System
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