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Ideogram 2005

1 <Ideogram> is a unit for <frame> of language.
2 <Ideogram> is a figure which has two parts, <meaning> and <grammar>.
3 As a figure, <ideogram> is recognized in an instant.
4 <Ideogram> generates <quantum> in <system>.
5 Now there are 5 <ideogram>s, namely, [ I, meet, he, library, yesterday].
6 There becomes <quantum>, namely, / I meet he library yesterday. /
7 New <quantum> returns to <ideogram> .
8 New <ideogram>s are 6, [ I, meet. he. library, yesterday, I meet he library yesterday ].
9 There add 3<ideogram>s. [met, him, at].
10 New <quantum> is generated, / I met him at library yesterday. / .
11 <Ideogram> is static and fixed but <quantum> is dynamic and changeable.
12 <Quantum> needs energy for its dynamism but does not need dynamic devices.
13 <Ideogram> resembles Nintendo’s FAMICON, but differs in the following 14-18.
14 <Ideogram> is a source of <language>.
14 <Ideogram> is a part of automatic language generating machine.
15 <Ideogram> is a figure which is scanned and reproduced easily.
16 <Ideogram>’s inputting devices are various, such as typing, voice inputting, manual writing, pictograph and so forth. 
17 <Ideogram> can install to language-answering-devices, such as telephone, vending machine, showing-way-machine and so forth. Answer is always individually different for the most adequate purpose.
18 <Ideogram>’s <grammar> is possible to be written as a sophisticated figure which is transformed to easy-readable style.
19 <Ideogram>’s <meaning> is enlarged by the adding-from-old-to-new system. See upper No.5-10.
TOKYO March 4, 2005
Sekinan Research Field of Language

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