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Situation Theory: a survey

Lee, Jacob. 2011. Situation Theory: a survey. Master’s Thesis, Fresno, California: California State University Fresno. Abstract Situation semantics was developed as an alternative to possible-worlds semantics. While possible-worlds semantics defines the informational content of sentences in terms of complete descriptions … Continue reading

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Introduction to Channel Theory

The channel theory of Jeremy Seligman and Jon Barwise [1] is intended to help us understand information flows of the following sort: a‘s being F carries the information that b is G. For example, we might want a general framework … Continue reading

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Some information flows in a Samoan fono

Idealized spatial organization of the fono The fono, politics and space A fono is a political meeting in the Western Somoan village. The fono is a spatially organized event: high ranking orators are seated in the front, low ranking orators … Continue reading

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Lattice Model of Information Flow

I am caught in a maelstrom of work and so I decide to play. I have an excellent textbook on discrete mathematics on my shelf from a course I took as a student a few years ago [1]. Its always … Continue reading

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