notational system

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a technical system of symbols used to represent special things

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Identifying such chreods might provide the basis for a notational system through which to interpret an emergent natural world.
Working with existing notational systems is not only important to the utility of Sensory Notation, it also recognizes the continuing role of the conventional drawing apparatus in urban design projects.
Then a 7-based notational system is used to invert [([a.
Visual representation in urban planning can be conceptualised not only as a purely visual expression, but also as a text and as interlinked visual and textual notational systems.
Unlike the scores of state sacrificial music and court assembly music, the scores of these three genres contain no specific instrumental part and gongchepu is the only notational system used.
Using this method, each symbol in notational system with an odd base will be carried by a group of pixels, and, at most, only one pixel is increased or decreased by 1.
By examining how the societies viewed resources, we can see that this notational system comprised a form of accounting.
Encourage students to develop their own notational system and analytical symbols.
A notational system for description of behavioral processes.
5 and Table B I in Appendix B outline the notational system for the variables and parameter of the model.
It may indeed have been the first known notational system alternative to the traditional one that largely governed pictorial representation from the early Renaissance onward.
The reader is thus required to make adjustments to new symbols when moving from one article using a certain notational system to another with a different system altogether.
Most of what people commonly think of as writing is glottographic - a notational system for recording and reproducing human speech.
In a more technical vein, however, the notes present a significant barrier to the book's use: following a bizarre format which leaves the page "free" of little numbers, the notational system forces readers to guess at what, beyond quotations, has been noted, and search the pages in back to find out if they were correct.
According to his account, paintings are `autographic', and works of music, since they are recorded by means of a notational system, are `allographic'.