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By Mary Hegarty (auth.), Alan F. Blackwell, Kim Marriott, Atsushi Shimojima (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 3rd foreign convention, Diagrams 2004, held in Cambridge, united kingdom, in March 2004.

The 18 revised complete papers and forty two revised poster papers provided including a survey article and the abstracts of two posters have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of ninety one submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on basic concerns, logical elements of diagrammatic illustration and reasoning, computational elements of diagrammatic illustration and reasoning, cognitive points of diagrammatic illustration and reasoning, visualizing info with diagrams, diagrams in human-computer interplay, and diagrams in software program engineering.

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However, it did not receive the attention paid to Frege's purely logical innovations. This fact was partly due to the common opinion, informed by logicians like Venn, Schröder and Peano, and heavi ly influenced by Russell's overstatement that the symbolism was ‘unfort unately so cumbrous as to be very difficult to employ in practice' [1]. This was rather ironic, I believe, as Frege devised it exactly for the purpose of assisting our inferential practice: ‘i ts chief purpose should be to test in the most reliable manner the validity of a chain of reasoning' [2].

26–28, 2004. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004 Psychological Foundations for Concept Modeling 27 Event/Thing/Place/... [Entity] Token/Type F(>>) Fig. 1. A general structure for Conceptual Constituents conceptual categories. These include [Event], [Thing], [Place], [Path]. Lexical items serve as functions which map their arguments into one of the ontological categories. For instance in the sentence John is tall, the verb be is a state-function that maps its arguments (found in the subject and predicate adjective position) into a [State].

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