Thomas W. Jensen

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This article argues for a view on languaging as inherently affective. Informed by recent ecological tendencies within cognitive science and distributed language studies a distinction between first order languaging (language as whole-body sense making) and second order language (language as system like constraints) is put forward. Contrary to common(More)
In 1965, Shepard introduced a general interpolation formula for arbitrarily spaced data over any finite dimensional Euclidean space. The deficiencies in his initial results have been corrected and later derivations have been widely applied to surface fitting problems in aviation design and geology. This paper describes a new research direction in Shepard's(More)
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