Influenced by the boom of intercultural communication in a globalized world, a change is going on from the study of foreign laguages to the study of linguocultures, embracing all verbal and non-verbal channels of communication. This paper is devoted to the problems of signality in linguocultures.
1 Introduction Spread spectrum communications refers to the technique of taking an information bearing signal of a particular bandwidth and deliberately spreading it out on the frequency domain such that the signal now occupies a much wider
Banuett, F.: Signalling in the yeasts: An informational cascade with links to the filamentous fungi. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 62 , 249 (1998).
Signalling in the yeasts: An informational cascade with links to the filamentous fungi
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