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Interpretation

[in-tur-pri-tey-shuhn]
Distinguish from interpenetration.
Interpreter, interpreting, interpretation can mean: The term interpretation may refer to:

  • Formal interpretation — an abstract model.
  • Logical interpretation — the assignment of meaning to the symbols used in formal logic.
  • Descriptive interpretation — a type of formal interpretation which deals with non-mathematical objects.
  • hermeneutics — theory of the interpretation of texts.
  • interpreting — facilitation of dialogue between parties who use different languages.
  • conference — Conference interpreting deals exclusively with oral communication: rendering a message from one language into another, naturally and fluently, adopting the delivery, tone and convictions of the speaker and speaking in the first person. See more about Conference interpreting
  • performance — of a work of art (music, drama, etc) is an interpretation by the performers of the work as written by the authors.
  • Interpretation (model theory)

Philosophy

Mathematics

  • Interpretation (model theory) — a formalisation of one structure's being interpreted in another by means of first-order formulae, like the standard interpretation of the field of rational numbers in the ring of integers.

Computing

Science

Arts

  • interpretive dance — seeks to interpret the meaning inherent in music rather than performing specific pre-formatted moves
  • oral interpretation — a dramatic art, also commonly called "interpretive reading" and "dramatic reading"

In music interpretation refers to the process of a performer deciding how to perform music that has been previously composed and notated

Heritage

  • heritage interpretation — developing an understanding of heritage: history, environment, culture
  • interpreter — a person who acts the role of a historical character in a living museum.

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Religion

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