Laraudogoitia, Jon Pérez: "The Composition and Structure of the Comic." In: Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 16.4 (2009), S. 327–353.
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Collection: Journal of Quantitative Linguistics
In a previous article published in the Journal of Quantitative Linguistics in 2008, I showed how the structure of a comic might be studied mathematically by reducing it to a sequence of binary symbols. Here I show how this binary nature leads to the discovery of a new quantitative law on the composition of comics, which in turn will facilitate, by means of a simple recursion process, improvements in the known law on their structure. Also provided is an explanation of this known law of structure, arrived at by using a type of argument characteristic of statistical physics, which enables us to understand qualitatively purely formal results derived with the help of the theory of runs.
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