PictNet : Semantic Infrastructure for Pictogram Communication

@inproceedings{Takasaki2006PictNetS,
  title={PictNet : Semantic Infrastructure for Pictogram Communication},
  author={Toshiyuki Takasaki},
  year={2006}
}
PictNet is an online pictogram communication system designed for children from any country that accomplishes equitable communication by reflecting each user’s cultural background with multilingual support. There were issues with search accuracy and the consistency of manageability of the PictNet pictogram repository. Online pictogram surveys and experimental pictogram-creation activities for children indicated that users should be able to search for pictograms more easily when the pictogram… CONTINUE READING
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