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Geometric foundation and quantification of the flow in a verbal expression

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU (2001) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 81.
Abstract
This article shows that language must be conceived of as a natural system that becomes structured through rhythmic driving forces. This gives weight to the hypothesis that rotatio¬nal dynamics is basic to the effects that selective textual movement patterns have on the evolution of texture, i.e. a text surface. The experimental procedure has been focused on the manipulation of text translation, asymmetries, and phase transition. The studied text example shows that the dynamics, induced through translations, is producing a deeply ingrained commonalty. Since the established symmetries in shape are the consequences of processing, apparent contour similarity has important theoretical implications.
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Ring structure, magnitudes, phase transition, expansion, quantification, layered composites, experimental validation, phase-dependent flows
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
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81
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27 pages
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Copenhagen University & Lund University
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0281-9864
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English
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  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard},
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  title        = {Geometric foundation and quantification of the flow in a verbal expression},
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