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Depiction is a form of non-verbal representation in which two-dimensional images (pictures) are regarded as viable substitutes for things seen, remembered or imagined. Basically, a picture maps an object to a two-dimensional scheme or picture plane. Pictures are made with various materials and techniques, such as painting, drawing, or prints (including photography and movies) mosaics, tapestries, stained glass, and collages of unusual and disparate elements. Occasionally pictures may occur in simple inkblots, accidental stains, peculiar clouds or a glimpse of the moon, but these are special cases. Sculpture and performances are sometimes said to depict but this arises where depiction is taken to include all reference that is not linguistic or notational. The bulk of research in depiction h

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  • Darstellung (Wiedergabe)
  • Depiction
  • 図解
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  • 図解(ずかい)とは、図を用いて説明を行うことや、その書物のこと。ウィキペディアでも数学・物理分野の記事を中心に、図が記事に挿入され説明に用いられている。 図があることで文章のみに頼らないことから、説明が容易になり、読者が内容を理解しやすくなる。さらに適宜、色分け(白黒の場合は網掛けなど)を用いることもある。 他言語の使用者や、非識字者、漢字が読めない段階の子どもなどにも伝わる可能性を持つ。
  • Depiction is a form of non-verbal representation in which two-dimensional images (pictures) are regarded as viable substitutes for things seen, remembered or imagined. Basically, a picture maps an object to a two-dimensional scheme or picture plane. Pictures are made with various materials and techniques, such as painting, drawing, or prints (including photography and movies) mosaics, tapestries, stained glass, and collages of unusual and disparate elements. Occasionally pictures may occur in simple inkblots, accidental stains, peculiar clouds or a glimpse of the moon, but these are special cases. Sculpture and performances are sometimes said to depict but this arises where depiction is taken to include all reference that is not linguistic or notational. The bulk of research in depiction h
  • Unter Darstellung (zur semantischen Wurzel dar- „öffentlich übergeben“, vergleiche Darbietung, Darlehen, darreichen) versteht man die Umsetzung von Sachverhalten, Ereignissen oder abstrakten Konzepten mittels Zeichen, performativer Handlungen oder Modellen. Historisch reicht die Darstellung von der mündlichen Überlieferung über das Schauspiel bis zur Computergrafik und schließt zahlreiche Vermittlungsmethoden zwischen Text, Bild und künstlerischer Aufführung ein.
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  • Unter Darstellung (zur semantischen Wurzel dar- „öffentlich übergeben“, vergleiche Darbietung, Darlehen, darreichen) versteht man die Umsetzung von Sachverhalten, Ereignissen oder abstrakten Konzepten mittels Zeichen, performativer Handlungen oder Modellen. Historisch reicht die Darstellung von der mündlichen Überlieferung über das Schauspiel bis zur Computergrafik und schließt zahlreiche Vermittlungsmethoden zwischen Text, Bild und künstlerischer Aufführung ein. Für Zeichen, die eine erkennbare Ähnlichkeit mit dem Bezeichneten haben, hat der Philosoph Charles S. Peirce den Begriff Ikon vorgeschlagen.
  • Depiction is a form of non-verbal representation in which two-dimensional images (pictures) are regarded as viable substitutes for things seen, remembered or imagined. Basically, a picture maps an object to a two-dimensional scheme or picture plane. Pictures are made with various materials and techniques, such as painting, drawing, or prints (including photography and movies) mosaics, tapestries, stained glass, and collages of unusual and disparate elements. Occasionally pictures may occur in simple inkblots, accidental stains, peculiar clouds or a glimpse of the moon, but these are special cases. Sculpture and performances are sometimes said to depict but this arises where depiction is taken to include all reference that is not linguistic or notational. The bulk of research in depiction however deals only in pictures. While sculpture and performance clearly represent or refer, they do not strictly picture their objects. Pictures may be factual or fictional, literal or metaphorical, realistic or idealised and in various combination. Idealised depiction is also termed schematic or stylised and extends to icons, diagrams and maps. Classes or styles of picture may abstract their objects by degrees, conversely, establish degrees of the concrete (usually called, a little confusingly, figuration or figurative, since the 'figurative' is then often quite literal). Stylisation can lead to the fully abstract picture, where reference is only to conditions for a picture plane – a severe exercise in self-reference and ultimately a sub-set of pattern. But just how pictures function (i.e. how they can be viably substituted for three-dimensional objects etc.) is disputed. Philosophers, art historians and critics, perceptual psychologists and other researchers in the arts and social sciences have contributed to the debate and many of the most influential contributions have been interdisciplinary. Some key positions are briefly surveyed below.
  • 図解(ずかい)とは、図を用いて説明を行うことや、その書物のこと。ウィキペディアでも数学・物理分野の記事を中心に、図が記事に挿入され説明に用いられている。 図があることで文章のみに頼らないことから、説明が容易になり、読者が内容を理解しやすくなる。さらに適宜、色分け(白黒の場合は網掛けなど)を用いることもある。 他言語の使用者や、非識字者、漢字が読めない段階の子どもなどにも伝わる可能性を持つ。
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