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Second, it is also a prescriptive model for the design of other iconic languages for human-machine interface. The experience learned from the design of the iconic languages for the Minspeak T M systems has led to some valuable insight in the design of visual languages in general. We could successfully extend its theoretical framework by adding temporal knowledge and a syntactic framework for visual sentences to accommodate the design of general visual languages 14. We think that the extension of this framework to the design of visual languages for multimedia environments 12 will provide in future means to construct more powerful systems for augmentative communication.
16 Albacete, Chang, and Polese We have formalized the semantics of a set of Icon Algebra operators, which can be combined with the primary meanings of the elementary icons composing an iconic sentence, to derive its possible meanings. The derived meanings are submitted to the designer who will decide whether to accept or discard the new meanings. The designer may also perform some actions such as assigning the ~2 parameter or the appropriate slot that should contain the new information. The semantic definition of the iconic operator COM is given below 13.
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