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Learning from technical documents: the role of intermodal referring expressions.

Bibliographic reference Dupont, Vincent ; Bestgen, Yves. Learning from technical documents: the role of intermodal referring expressions.. In: Human factors, Vol. 48, no. 2, p. 257-64 (2006)
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