Language and connection by Yvonne Sturtivant

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Published by Middlesex University in [London] .

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Thesis and project submitted in partial fulfilment of the MA in Computing in Design, Middlesex University, 1993.

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StatementYvonne Sturtivant.
ContributionsMiddlesex University. Centre for Advanced Studies in Computer Aided Art and Design.
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