Primary Metaphors Describe Standard Meanings of Topological Arrangements

  • Julius-Maximilians-Universität Oswald-Külpe-Weg
  • Published 2014


Primary metaphors are basic mental representations that arise from repeatedly experiencing the co-occurrence of physical properties and abstract judgements. At the example of ethnographic studies several spatial/topological primary metaphors are reviewed and their usefulness for designing ubicomp systems is discussed along with some caveats that concern the… (More)


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