Accepted Papers

Aayu PandeyThree Solutions to the Liar Paradox
Richard Lowe and Jean-Michel BoucheixAncillary diagrams: A substitute for text in multimedia resources?
Tuomo Hiippala and John BatemanIntroducing the diagrammatic semiotic mode
Dimitra Bourou, Marco Schorlemmer and Enric PlazaEuler vs Hasse Diagrams for Reasoning About Sets: A Cognitive Approach
Lorenz Demey and Hans SmessaertFrom Euler Diagrams to Aristotelian Diagrams
Kherian GracherTetrahedron of Oppositions: a study in non-classical logics
Alexander Dobler and Martin NöllenburgOn Computing Optimal Linear Diagrams
Simon WeisgerberVisual Proofs as Counterexamples to the “Standard View” of Informal Mathematical Proofs?
Peter Cheng, Aaron Stockdill, Grecia Garcia Garcia, Daniel Raggi and Mateja JamnikRepresentational Interpretive Structure: Theory and Notation
Reetu Bhattacharjee and Jens LemanskiCombing Graphs and Eulerian Diagrams in Eristic
Pedro FalcãoVisualizing polymophisms and counter-polymorphisms in propositional S5
Sean McGrath, Andrew Blake, Gem Stapleton, Anestis Touloumis, Peter Chapman, Mateja Jamnik and Zohreh ShamsEvaluating Colour in Concept Diagrams
Dirk SchlimmTables as powerful representational tools
José Martín Castro-ManzanoMixing colors, mixing logics
Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre FreitasWhy scholars are diagramming neural network models
Atsushi Shimojima and Dave Barker-PlummerA Formal Model of Aspect Shifting: The Case of Dot Diagrams
Axel BarcelóHow to visually represent structure
Daniel MuzzuliniTaming the irrational through musical diagrams – from Boethius to Oresme and Nemorarius
Michał SochańskiRepresenting Formulas of Propositional Logic by Cographs, Permutations and Tables
Sumanta S. SharmaThe Notion of Diagrammatic Isomorphism in Venn-Peirce Diagrams
Javier AntaFraming Gibbsian Diagrammatic Approach to Thermodynamics
Lorenz Demey and Hans SmessaertA Database of Aristotelian Diagrams: Empirical Foundations for Logical Geometry
Erica de VriesDiagrams for learning to lead in salsa dancing
Matteo Pascucci and Claudio E. A. PizziNormatively determined propositions
Francesca Ferrara and Giulia FerrariOrigami and the emergence of hybrid diagrams
Emmanuel Manalo and Laura OhmesThe Use of Diagrams in Planning for Report Writing
Stef FrijtersGeneralizing Aristotelian Relations and Diagrams
Hans Smessaert and Lorenz DemeyAspect Shifting in Aristotelian Diagrams
Henrik Kragh Sørensen and Mikkel Willum JohansenThe epistemic roles of diagrams in short proofs
Dave Beisecker and Amirouche MoktefiJohn Cook Wilson’s hanging plants: A contribution to the history of early logic trees
Reetu Bhattacharjee and Amirouche MoktefiPeirce’s complex diagrams
Theodor BerweOn Lambert quadrilateral and why they cannot be diagrams (according to Lambert)
David Barter and Peter CoppinA Diagram Must Never be Ten Thousand Words: Text-Based (Sentential) Approaches to Diagrams Accessibility Limit Users’ Potential for Normative Agency
Greta Coraglia and Ivan Di LibertiThe diagrammatic calculus of a 2-category
Elektra Kypridemou, Michele Zito and Marco BertaminiPerception of node-link diagrams: the effect of layout on the perception of graph properties
José David GarcíaA Diagrammatic Language to Formalize Aristotle’s Topics: The Case of Contraries
Timon Georg BoehmTopology as textology. How semantic diagrams can contribute to a modern hermeneutics
Yuri Uesaka, Tsubasa Kurosawa, Kazumasa Furuya, Shigeru Yanagimoto, Mengshi Liu, Satomi Shiba and Nao UchidaExplaining with Diagrams for Promoting Deeper Learning: School Practice to Integrate Knowledge Across Subjects
Yuri Sato and Koji MineshimaVisually analyzing universal quantifiers in photograph captions
Chenmu Xing, Megan Bender and Leticia Cossi de SouzaComparison of diagram use for visualizing probability problems in U.S. and Chinese textbooks
Marcos Bautista López AznarHow to build and convert complex propositions in the  Marlo diagram