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Fig. 2 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

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From: Color inference in visual communication: the meaning of colors in recycling

Fig. 2

Bipartite graphs illustrating color-object assignments. a In encoding, the designer determines optimal assignments between colors and objects, given the merit scores. Here, there are more colors than objects. Black edges represent assigned color-object pairs and gray edges represent unassigned color-object pairs. b In decoding, observers try to infer how the designer encoded color-object assignments. Dashed black edges represent inferred assignments that match the encoded assignments

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