Definition of Internal representation
1. Noun. A presentation to the mind in the form of an idea or image.
Specialized synonyms: Convergence, Intersection, Overlap, Instantiation, Antitype, Stereotype, Schema, Scheme, Image, Mental Image, Interpretation, Reading, Version, Phantasmagoria, Psychosexuality, Percept, Perception, Perceptual Experience, Memory, Example, Model, Appearance, Blur, Fuzz, Abstractionism, Unrealism, Concrete Representation, Concretism
Generic synonyms: Cognitive Content, Content, Mental Object
Derivative terms: Represent, Represent
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Literary usage of Internal representation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Pragmatic Legal Expert System by James Popple (1996)
"The DUMPER is invoked to dump that internal representation to the dump file. The CHECKER is used to check for attribute dependence. ..."
2. Exploring the Moon and Mars: Choices for the Nation (1992)
"internal representation — When communications delays become longer than a ... Hence, if the robot has the capability to form an internal representation of ..."
3. Feminism by Correa Moylan Walsh (1917)
"Its advocates now agitate to pass an amendment requiring all States, not only in their national representation, but in their internal representation, ..."
4. Beneath the Surface: The Experience of Learning about Information Systems by Christopher J Cope (2006)
"According to Jonassen (1991) knowledge and meaning exist in reality (an outer world) and learners seek to develop an internal representation of this ..."
5. Mastering C++ by K. R. Venugopal, Rajkumar Buyya, T. Ravishankar, Shaduli Vanimal (muhammad Ali Shaduli) (1997)
"Its instances cannot be created. abstract data type It is a data type whose internal representation is fully transparent to the user. ..."
6. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton (1866)
"Thus I have a distinct consciousness, that, in the internal representation of visible objects, the same organs are at work which operate in the external ..."