Communicating Through Pictures
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In this article we present design consideration for a visual language which may allow users with different linguistic backgrounds to communicate freely. This cross language communication uses icons which are graphically clear, semantically unambiguous, adaptable and, above all, simple.
Key wordsicon conceptual dependency cross language communication grammar spelling language
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