On perception of size: Comparing gigantic mice and tiny elephants

@article{Taylor2008OnPO,
  title={On perception of size: Comparing gigantic mice and tiny elephants},
  author={J. M. Taylor and L. J. Mazlack},
  journal={NAFIPS 2008 - 2008 Annual Meeting of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-6}
}
Human computer interaction and communication is becoming more and more frequent. This means that computers must understand the meanings of words used to describe objects and events, as well as comprehend the meaning of modifiers used to describe them. This is often a difficult task: the word large means two different things when describing a chair and a building. This paper investigates the use of size-adjectives for objects of different physical proportions and proposes a method for deriving… CONTINUE READING

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