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This paper examines problems of semiotic approach to the theory of text comprehension. These problems originate from U. Eco’s book Lector in Fabula. The object of discussion are C.S. Pierce’s ideas of interpretant, semiosis, and abduction employed in the theory of text comprehension developed by...
The problem of defining the primary forms of information objects is considered. It is proposed to include messages, algorithms, and models in this class.
This paper presents an expert opinion on the possible methods of developing information work for a more effective transition to an information society.
This paper describes a procedure for thematic searches on the Internet, including query generalization, restriction, and decomposition. Query decomposition using semantic indexation schemes is considered.
The history, state, and promise of the development of phraseological computer-aided translation of natural language texts into other natural languages is considered. This is described as the most promising way to overcome the barriers between countries and peoples and to achieve high-quality...
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