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Iconicity as structure mapping

K. Emmorey
2014 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
[42] for a structure-mapping account of how metaphors change over time from novel to conventional).  ...  If iconicity is conceived of as a comparison process between a semantic representation and a visual or acoustic representation of a linguistic form, then structure-mapping theory can provide a cognitive  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2013.0301 pmid:25092669 pmcid:PMC4123680 fatcat:xmm6i6yk35gi7pvtxbp7gqgji4

Mapping theory without argument structure

Jamie Yates Findlay
2017 Journal of Language Modelling  
Of course, this is no criticism of Kibort; any theory of mapping will have to model such regularities (indeed, in many senses that is what a theory of mapping is).  ...  Predicates have open to them a universal subcategorisation frame, from which they select a certain number of arguments.  ... 
doi:10.15398/jlm.v4i2.171 fatcat:maqu4uuqkngrthoqgjphhf4uj4

Unsupervised Word Mapping Using Structural Similarities in Monolingual Embeddings [article]

Hanan Aldarmaki, Mahesh Mohan, Mona Diab
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The proposed method exploits local and global structures in monolingual vector spaces to align them such that similar words are mapped to each other.  ...  We propose an unsupervised approach for learning a bilingual dictionary for a pair of languages given their independently-learned monolingual word embeddings.  ...  Using samples of 100 words randomly extracted from each dataset, we estimated the quality of word translations in terms of semantic similarity and relatedness. 2 As seen in Figure 5 , over 60% of translations  ... 
arXiv:1712.06961v2 fatcat:jrjwoiqhfbff5ptwbrhsqlhpp4

Constructing Personality Maps, Mapping Personality Constructs: Multidimensional Scaling Recovers the Big Five Factors from Internal and External Structure

David Bimler, John Kirkland
2007 The Spanish Journal of Psychology  
This report examines the structure of similarities underlying the lexicon of personality-trait description, when "similarity" is defined and measured in terms of (a) semantic judgment and (b) covariance  ...  A lexicon of 60 trait adjectives was examined, using several procedures for collecting semantic judgments.  ...  The structure underlying an inventory of descriptors can be made explicit in a variety of ways. Following Wiggins (1973) , it is convenient to distinguish between internal and external structure.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1138741600006326 fatcat:lqwd3uqqfzer5lo7txszhlizjm

Differentiable Mapping Networks: Learning Structured Map Representations for Sparse Visual Localization [article]

Peter Karkus, Anelia Angelova, Vincent Vanhoucke, Rico Jonschkowski
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Mapping and localization, preferably from a small number of observations, are fundamental tasks in robotics.  ...  The DMN constructs a spatially structured view-embedding map and uses it for subsequent visual localization with a particle filter.  ...  [2] , which encodes the map as a H×W ×D latent image without using explicit spatial structure.  ... 
arXiv:2005.09530v1 fatcat:ffwwxekwdbhg7gf5fjgu7ue5ji

M-Evolve: Structural-Mapping-Based Data Augmentation for Graph Classification [article]

Jiajun Zhou, Jie Shen, Shanqing Yu, Guanrong Chen, Qi Xuan
2020 arXiv   pre-print
However, the limitation of scale in the benchmark datasets makes it easy for graph classification models to fall into over-fitting and undergeneralization.  ...  , to generate more weakly labeled data for small-scale benchmark datasets via heuristic transformation of graph structures.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank all the members in the IVSN Research Group, Zhejiang University of Technology for the valuable discussions about the ideas and technical details presented  ... 
arXiv:2007.05700v2 fatcat:m3marhsgljemxflwydlqjwyk3i

A Framework for Building Mapping Operators Resolving Structural Heterogeneities [chapter]

Gerti Kappel, Horst Kargl, Thomas Reiter, Werner Retschitzegger, Wieland Schwinger, Michael Strommer, Manuel Wimmer
2008 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Hence, a multitude of modeling tools is available supporting different tasks, such as model creation, model simulation, model checking, model  ...  Interoperability between modeling tools. With the rise of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) [20] models become the main artifacts of the software development process.  ...  A mapping operator takes as input elements of the source model and produces as output semantically equivalent elements of the target model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-78942-0_18 fatcat:2a6q2va25zcetamuotclartga4

Representing Spatial Structure Through Maps and Language: Lord of the Rings Encodes the Spatial Structure of Middle Earth

Max M. Louwerse, Nick Benesh
2012 Cognitive Science  
These findings suggest that language encodes spatial structure of cities, and that human cognitive map representations can come from implicit statistical linguistic patterns, from explicit non-linguistic  ...  In a human study, we showed that human spatial estimates of the location of cities were very similar regardless of whether participants read Tolkien's texts or memorized a map of Middle Earth.  ...  How could the linguistic structure reveal spatial information, such as the location of cities? The answer might lie in semantic context.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cogs.12000 pmid:23033971 fatcat:fobqko4ztbadzcjxtvxnijzyda

Map updates in a dynamic Voronoi data structure

Darka Mioc
2006 2006 3rd International Symposium on Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering  
Another problem with existing GISs, is that the semantics of map topology construction [46] are lost. This problem is better known under the term of "long transactions in GIS" [38] .  ...  When a map is processed in batch mode, its topology is built, and it is not possible to go back to previous states, nor to reuse the past map states, because the information about spatio-temporal objects  ...  Furthermore, a spatio-temporal structure that combines events and past map states is essential to answer queries about map changes over space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/isvd.2006.25 dblp:conf/isvd/MiocAGM06 fatcat:fcy3j66gz5bcva24oagnlabvna

Map Updates in a Dynamic Voronoi Data Structure [chapter]

Darka Mioc, Francois Anton, Christopher M., Bernard Mouli
2012 Application of Geographic Information Systems  
Furthermore, a spatio-temporal structure that combines events and past map states is essential to answer queries about map changes over space and time.  ...  over time.  ...  The discrimination of map commands by means of their changes in topology, from [32] Voronoi or Quad-Edge edges, (see Table 7 ).  ... 
doi:10.5772/50279 fatcat:kbmkesoj5beetmkyqxxse5622i


Shusaku Kida, Joe Barcroft
2017 Studies in Second Language Acquisition  
the mapping condition over the semantic and structural conditions, providing qualitatively new evidence for TOPRA model predictions.  ...  The type of processing–resource allocation (TOPRA) model predicts that increasing one type of processing (semantic, structural, or mapping oriented) can decrease other types of processing and their learning  ...  The results indicated higher L1 free recall scores for the semantic task over the structural task, a typical LOP effect, but also higher L2 free recall scores for the structural task over the semantic  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0272263117000146 fatcat:ggvzktqtvndylpijb5uaaf2zai

Faithful mapping of model classes to mathematical structures

Ádám Darvas, Peter Müller
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Specification and verification of component-based systems 6th Joint Meeting of the European Conference on Software Engineering and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering - SAVCBS '07  
Faithfulness means that a given model class semantically corresponds to the mathematical structure it is mapped to. Our approach enables reasoning about programs specified in terms of model classes.  ...  The main contribution of our work is a technique for proving that the mapping of a model class to a mathematical structure defined by the theorem prover is faithful.  ...  In step 1(a), the postcondition gets universally quantified over the parameters of insert, this and elem.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1292316.1292320 dblp:conf/sigsoft/DarvasM07 fatcat:4oiv2ecudncqzjnwuey4kg7uli

Structure-mapping: A theoretical framework for analogy

1983 Cognitive Science  
the information it conveys is semantically novel or implausible (e.g.  ...  We would like chain (2) to be favored over chain (1) information [e.g., (2)] will usually be repiesented in a more deeply embedded structure than simple stative information [e.g., (1)].  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(83)80009-3 fatcat:ek5r6eiyhrdofffcuwi4pd2o3e

Structure-Mapping: A Theoretical Framework for Analogy [chapter]

1988 Readings in Cognitive Science  
the information it conveys is semantically novel or implausible (e.g.  ...  We would like chain (2) to be favored over chain (1) information [e.g., (2)] will usually be repiesented in a more deeply embedded structure than simple stative information [e.g., (1)].  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-4832-1446-7.50026-1 fatcat:7x5rgqb7lbe6rb5riwyqzn4gc4

The Need to interoperate: structural comparison of and methodological guidance on mapping discipline-specific subject authority data to wikidata [chapter]

Andreas Oskar Kempf
2018 Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Organization in the Digital Age  
Employing WD as a central hub for mapping could lead to a stronger convergence of conceptual modeling within the different sources of authority information, which should be undertaken as a constant endeavor  ...  .) , when conducting conceptual control, two aspects are of particular practical importance with regard to the semantic frame of a concept: first, the implicit and explicit meaning of a term, second, the  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956504211-644 fatcat:ak6vpxahz5a4nj4mxiuym5m5tu
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