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DESCRIPTIONS MULTIPLES ET CATÉGORISATION : LE JOURNAL DANS TOUS SES ÉTATS
No. 113, Aux sources de la polysémie nominale (MARS 1997), pp. 79-91
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41558809
Page Count: 13
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Little research has yet been done, except in theory of perception, on the multiple ways physical objects are represented when they are used. By showing how the same object affords several various descriptions that capture diverse components of its use, Marr shed light on the semantic role of intermediary representations. This analysis shows when an object is used, visual properties are represented in a specific way without requiring object recognition and object naming.
Langue Française © 1997 Armand Colin