may be ( VAGUE, ) 1 2 3 Logical Modalities: will necessarily be if…( GENERAL, ) actually is ( SPECIFIC, ) feeling thought action-reactionideashabits brute events necessity actuality possibility
may be ( VAGUE, ) Vagueness: Logical Modalities: will necessarily be if… ( GENERAL, ) actually is ( SPECIFIC, ) may be could be can be may be ( VAGUE, ) :
possibility necessity actuality UNIVERSAL: feeling thought action-reaction EXISTENTIAL: vague specific general LOGICAL:
Weathervane: analytical vector —as a single sign of the wind’s direction A propositional assertion— —by means of an index—
Semeiosis: determination vector —the sign— —for an interpretant. The object determines—
representation vector —creates a painting/diagram— An artist/logician— —which stands for some object/relationship.
aspiration vector...to achieve its goals. A virtual community......develops the means (theories, methods, tools, etc.)...
semeiotic grammar Sign Elements sign (representamen) interpretant object
9 -adic Sign Relations qualisign (tone) legisign (type) sinsign (token) as to the sign itself: icon symbol index in relation to the object: in relation to the interpretant: rheme (propositional function) dicisign (proposition) argument
Further Prospects aspiration vector F u r t h e r P r o s p e c t s |>*K in virtual community development:... tends to achieve its purposes. A virtual community...... through its use of stakeholder-selected theories, methods, tools, etc....
In Relation to Testbeds: Hypotheses are formed as to possible goals, tools, projects which might be of value to a community...... so that decisions to actually test particular tools, projects, etc. are put into effect and tests are made.... by use of a suite of meta-tools like |>*k/GRASS, the implications for testing are argumentatively laid out... de Moor, Keeler, Richmond ICCS02 paper process vector F u r t h e r P r o s p e c t s