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Chih-Long Lin, Jun-Liang Chen, Si-Jing Chen, Rungtai Lin
National Taiwan University of Arts, New Taipei City, Taiwan
This study used the fuzzy approach to investigate the cognition of emotional responses and visual scenes when turning poetry into painting. In Experiment I, subjects were asked to match a painting with a poetic title based on their emotional responses. Experiment II used a fuzzy rating by which subjects were asked to subjectively evaluate the degree of overall fitness, as well as the degree of fitness between each poem and the emotional responses to and scenes of the paintings. The results show that the fuzzy approach can be applied for the effective evaluation of paintings and can provide artists with an idea of how to concentrate their efforts at the creation stage and improve communication with viewers.
cognitive ergonomics, picturesque, fuzzy evaluation, semantic cognition