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Hiérarchie de règles en A.S.I. et conceptualisation

Abstract : In this chapter we present an alternative and complementary method to the implicative graph to represent the implicative relationship to present the knotted within the variables qualifying or quantifying either subjects or objects. But here, the data extracted rules are of a superior level and appear as metarules or as rules of rules. We axiomatise those generalized rules and we represent them according to an oriented ascendant hierarchy. In differential psychology and in science didactic (conceptual fields), cognitive complexity seems to appear as a privileged metaphor or avatar for this type of hierarchy. We present two illustrative examples by showing the predictive interest of this representation.
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Régis Gras, Nadja Acioly-Regnier. Hiérarchie de règles en A.S.I. et conceptualisation. Régis Gras, Jean-Claude Régnier, Dominique Lahanier-Reuter, Claudia Marinica, Fabrice Guillet. L'analyse statistique implicative. Des Sciences dures aux Sciences Humaines et Sociales, Cépadues Editions, pp.369-378, 2017, 978.2.36493.577.8. ⟨hal-01618102⟩



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