Rephrasing the research question

1. Does providing the message receiver with emission information, i.e., the history of locations, enable the receiver to infer more effectively the meaning of the message?
a) By which cognitive processes this happen?
b) Does it lead to more economical communication?
c) What is the relation between inference and social meaning? What is the connection between a successful inference and the meaning assigned by the group to the place connected with that inference?

2. How can we build a computational model of a message context, namely the emitter/receiver location history?
a) How does it articulate the semantic description of the message content?
b) Is this able to maximise contextual spatial cues through providing this semantic description of the ‘spatialised’ communication between peers?

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