- Architecture development
- Citizen's Initiative Review
- Creating a common vision
- Knowledge Conversion
Semiotic interactions are related to the capturing by an interpretant (for instance a person, or a computer with sensor) of (properties of) real-world phenomena and situations as content (i.e. words, drawings, numbers), or to the interpretation of content as (future or past) real-world phenomena or situations. A semiotic interaction involves a person, or a sensing/actuating system (the interpretant), a sign (often content on an information carrier), and a referent (that is denoted by the sign).
These are some of the interactions to be included:
- modelling, researching, learning;
- socializing, externalizing, combining, internalizing (The SECI Model, on which more details are provided in .)