Information in human societies is conveyed, transmitted, disseminated, stored, and transformed using signs and sign processing as vehicles. These vehicles can be natural or artificial language texts, utterances, traffic signs, trademarks, gestures, etc. Hence, there should be a strong and natural interplay between the science of signs or semiotics and information science .
KeywordsPolar Bear Traffic Sign Information User Informative Text Semiotic Analysis
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