MIA: Multimodal Information Architecture

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This paper presents ways toward a Multimodal Information Architecture with possible strategies for designing models of representation for meaning construction.

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Kuroki, George Hideyuki, Jr. & Gottschalg-Duque, Cláudio November 9, 2018.

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This paper presents ways toward a Multimodal Information Architecture with possible strategies for designing models of representation for meaning construction.

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Abstract: The construction of meanings is based on Multimodal constructions. The objective existence of things is Multimodal. It is not conceivable the idea that an object is expressed by means of only one Mode – several Modes are required, several syntactic layers (stimuli) are necessary to obtain certain semantics (meaning). The existence of these various Modes is the extreme opposite to the incessant search for relevance by the human mind: it always adapts to the world it’s inserted through the selection of stimuli that are relevant to signification. The work here presented sets ways towards a Multimodal Information Architecture (MIA), that presents possible strategies for designing models of representation for meaning construction by selection of stimuli and its Modes translating them into logical constructions. It gives a whole new meaning for what Information Architecture can stand for: transcending from a technicist paradigm to a theory of meaning construction. In this sense, modal logic contributes to the qualification of truths, and it is no longer imperative that a proposition be qualified as true or false: it may be possible, when one becomes aware that there is a configuration of World that makes it true; or necessary, when all possible Worlds settings make it true. At last, is proposed that this new paradigm for Information Architecture can be utilized as a meta-theory for Deep Learning Neural Networks.

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Kuroki, George Hideyuki, Jr. & Gottschalg-Duque, Cláudio. MIA: Multimodal Information Architecture, paper, November 9, 2018; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1393827/: accessed November 30, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.

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