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Communication and Cognition

  • Brigitte Endres-Niggemeyer
  • Kai Haseloh
  • Jens Müller
  • Simone Peist
  • Irene Santini de Sigel
  • Alexander Sigel
  • Elisabeth Wansorra
  • Jan Wheeler
  • Brünja Wollny

Abstract

Summarization is a situationally and communicatively bound cognitive task. In the following, we prepare the discussion of situations where summarization takes place, starting with the communication situation. We proceed from a classic, simple configuration, in which only two communicators appear in a given context. They communicate for the most part, but not exclusively, through language.

Keywords

Mental Model Communication Partner Procedural Knowledge World Knowledge Discourse Processing 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Brigitte Endres-Niggemeyer
    • 1
  • Kai Haseloh
  • Jens Müller
  • Simone Peist
  • Irene Santini de Sigel
  • Alexander Sigel
  • Elisabeth Wansorra
  • Jan Wheeler
  • Brünja Wollny
  1. 1.Fachhochschule Hannover, Information and Communication DepartmentUniversity of Applied SciencesHannoverGermany

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