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Early adoption of Internet by young people A revolution They are changing the languages . Reducing the size of words . Avoiding complex sintax . A new and efficient way to interchange ideas. This revolution is part of the Generational GAP. Introduction.

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Earlyadoption of Internet byyoungpeople

  • A revolution
      • They are changingthelanguages.
      • Reducingthesize of words.
      • Avoidingcomplexsintax.
      • A new and efficientwaytointerchange ideas.
  • Thisrevolutionispart of theGenerational GAP
  • Introduction

GenerationalGap: Differencesbetweenyoung and oldpeople

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Presentation

  • Propose Extended Human Communication Model
  • Internet and Social Networks Impacton Extended Human Communication Model
  • Methodtotakeadvantage of ScientificFacts
  • Example of takingadvantage of ScientificFacts
  • Conclusions and FutureWork
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Extended Human Communication Model

  • Integrate data network and linguistictheory
  • Is a new waytoundestandthecommunicationprocess
  • It has elementsfrom medicine, psychological, and otherfields of science
  • It has thewellknownsender, channel and receiver elements.
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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Communication beginswithan idea (X) onsender’sbrain

X

X = Idea onsender’sbrain

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Next, the idea isfilteredbythephysical & psychological status

P

X

P = physical & psychological status

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Next, the idea isfilteredbythephysical & psychological status

X

P, S

P = physicalstatus

S = psychological status

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Thesender’s culture

X

C

P, S

C = sender’s culture

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Theexpressionframework: vocabulary, semantics, bodylanguage, speakingskills…

X

C

P, S

E

E = Expressionframework

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • Time and theDiscourseContext

X

C

P, S

E

t = time when idea born, a DiscourseContextisdeveloped

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Extended Human Communication ModelSenderSubsystem

  • M = Meaning of
  • Y = M(X,t,P,S,C,E) + T

X

C

P, S

E

T = DiscourseContextisdeveloped

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Extended Human Communication Model

ChannelSubsystem

  • Channelwith
  • I = Interference
  • N = Noise

X

C

P, S

E

N,I

Z = M(Y, N, I)

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Extended Human Communication Model

Receiver Subsystem

  • Similar toSenderSubsystem
  • U = M( Z, tr , Pr , Cr , Sr, Er) + Tr

U

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Extended Human Communication Model

Sender and Receiver Ideas

  • Sender Idea = Y
  • Receiver Idea = U
  • Itisalmostimpossiblethat Y = U
  • (Unlesstelepathyisinvented)