Overview of relevant literature on semiotic modeling (subject to change).


Theory of modeling systems of Tartu-Moscow School:

Lotman Yu. M. 1976. The modelling significance of the concepts "end" and "beginning" in artistic texts. (Rosslyn, Wendy, trans.) In: O'Toole, Lawrence Michael; Shukman, Ann (eds.), General Semiotics. (Russian Poetics in Translation 3.) Oxon Publishing, 7-11.

Lucid, Daniel P. (ed.) 1977. Soviet Semiotics: An Anthology. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press.
[This includes:]
      Lotman Y. 1977. Primary and secondary communication-modelling systems. In: ibidem, 95-98.
      Lotman Y. 1977. Two models of communication. In: ibidem, 99-101.

Lotman Jurii 1977. The dynamic model of a semiotic system. - Semiotica 21(3/4): 193-210.

Peeter Torop 2005. Semiosphere and/as the research object of semiotics of culture - Sign Systems Studies 33.1, pp. 159-173.

General theory

Anderson, Myrdene; Merrell, Floyd (eds.), 1991. On Semiotic Modeling. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Thomas Albert Sebeok, Marcel Danesi 2000. The Forms of Meaning: Modeling Systems Theory and Semiotic Analysis. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Frederik Stjernfelt 2010. Diagrammatology: an Investigation on the Borderlines of Phenomenology, Onthology, and Semiotics. Springler.

Kull, Kalevi 2010. Umwelt and modelling. In: Cobley, Paul (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Semiotics. London: Routledge, 43-56.

Skagested, Peter 2004. Peirce's Semeiotic Model of the Mind. Misak, Cheryl (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Peirce. Cambridge University Press, 241-256.