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by Michael Hammond, Edith A. Moravcsik, Jessica Wirth
structure-independent, non-intuitive means by which discourse functions can be determined. Further, we must then demonstrate that those suggested functions are consonant with non-impressionistic facts of experimental cognitive psychology ...
Exploratio Philosophica (1900)
Part I[-II] by John Grote
being non-intuitive is that it comes in some way or other ab extra, or stands in a necessary relation with the extra : its posteriority in date is only of importance as it bears witness to this. Hence it is contrary to all reason to call the notion of an ...
by Ghaoui, Claude
In addition to intuitiveness not always being desirable, humans are adaptive creatures, and they adapt to non-intuitive and counter-intuitive designs. Take, for example, the standard keyboard with the QWERTY layout. This was designed in the ...
by Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko
first and then experience the non-intuitive interactive interface (CG), or vice-versa. This achieves four ...
pregnance' shall be understood the manner in which a perceptual experience as sensuous experience contains within itself, at the same time, a determinate non-intuitive 'meaning' and brings it to immediate concrete representation. One is ...
The New Hacker's Dictionary (1996)
by Eric S. Raymond
weird or non-intuitive keystroke command. It may be due for a second inning, however.
Health and Illness in the World's Cultures Topics - Volume 1; Cultures - by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember
Indeed, Mendel's formulation of particulate “factors” and recessive inheritance is such a profoundly non-intuitive insight that even today's genetic counselors have difficulty explaining these concepts to patients. Embedded within the metaphor ...
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