CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF PERCEPTUAL INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE CROSS MEDIA: COMMUNICATION BASED ON COGNITIVE SYSTEMS PATTERN

Dr. Mainak Ghosh

Abstract


The overwhelming abundance of information need to follow a structure for its

meaningful organization and hence perception and cognition and recognition by

human beings for various utilization as the case may be. However a holistic

approach towards information architecture cross media following systems

approach is absent. Hence this paper aims at fulfilling this gap by evolving a

conceptual model for information architecture. The conceptual model has been

visualized as a fundamental for information structuring, processing,

representation, and dissemination irrespective of the medium and its variations.

It also adapts the systems approach towards information and defines a

dimensional structural system for the same. In order to justify the workability of

the model an information and knowledge dissemination model has been designed

using computer based interactive education medium.


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