Graphic Representation and Drawing†
AbstractGraphic representation is one of the main systems of signs designed by man with the aim of preserving, understanding, and communicating information deemed essential. As a language for eyes, graphic representation benefits from the properties of visual perception. The effectiveness of graphic language has been recognized and studied by many theorists and communication professionals. The contribution represents in the form of notes some initial explorations in the field of infographic and graphic visualization as knowledge processing tools for analyzing and present data as information. There are some remarkable references, definitions and examples, of researchers and information professionals, from which there are extensive considerations that attempt to bring the principles of visual communication to the science of representation and to the drawing discipline for engineers and architects.
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Bocconcino, M.M. Graphic Representation and Drawing. Proceedings 2017, 1, 1086.
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Bocconcino, Maurizio Marco. 2017. "Graphic Representation and Drawing." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 1086.
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