Sapir–Whorf vs Boas–Jakobson. Enunciation and the Semiotics of Programming Languages
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Programming languages represent a class of semiotic systems that has mostly escaped semiotic literature, as they have been typically regarded as mechanical and, thus, far from the complexity of man–made systems. The contribution aims at introducing some general aspects of programming language by proposing a theoretical semiotic framework.Enunciation is taken into account and its effects are investigated in relation to three programming language paradigms.
pagine: 501-521
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ISBN: 10.4399/978882550876525
data pubblicazione: Gennaio 2015
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