Includes bibliographical references (p. -131) and index.
|LC Classifications||Q175 .G632 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||93017319|
About this book. The present book analyses critically the tripartite mimicry model (consisting of the mimic, model and receiver species) and develops semiotic tools for comparative analysis. It is proposed that mimicry has a double structure where sign relations in communication are in constant interplay with ecological relations between species. Multi-constructivism and toolbox Brand: Springer International Publishing. The present book analyses critically the tripartite mimicry model (consisting of the mimic, model and receiver species) and develops semiotic tools for comparative analysis. It is proposed that mimicry has a double structure where sign relations in communication are in constant interplay with ecological relations between species. Repackaged with a new Afterword, this "valuable and entertaining" (New York Times Book Review) book explores how scientists are adapting nature's best ideas to solve tough 21st century problems Biomimicry is rapidly transforming life on earth. Biomimics study nature's most successful ideas over the past million years, and adapt them for human use. . Abstract The present book analyses critically the tripartite mimicry model (consisting of the mimic, model and receiver species) and develops semiotic tools .
This book is collection of information on various aspects of research that fits the lens of bio-mimicry (building systems and technologies in the image of how nature does it). Dont be discouraged if you feel overwhelmed by information and you have an urge to look up, on the internet, names of people, research, molecule, plant names, insects, enzymes and so on.4/5(). The book, Biomimicry, Nature is notably a rich source of inspiration for high performance, resource efficient, and innovative solutions due to its over billion years of evolutionary. Nature as model, measure, mentor “Biomimicry is a new way of viewing and valuing nature, based not on what we can extract from the natural world, but on what we can learnfrom it.” ~ Janine M. Benyus. Mimicry is defined in terms of a tripartite system of living organisms, in which a sensitive signal-receiver (the operator) misidentifies the mimic as the model. It is emphasized that the system developed here is a classification of mimetic-interactions, not .
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