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Pronunciation: \ˈmem-rē, ˈme-mə-\
Function: noun
1: A spacial structured prism through which we perceive landscape [1]. Memory follows the traceable grid [2] associations
2: An organism's ability to store, retain, and subsequently retrieve information

1. topographic memory - Bruce Lindsey, who claims that topography of memory correspond with memory of landscape
2. Re-envisioning landscape/architecture- Catherine Spellman: the traceable grid: a conceptual space of juxtapositioned image/word

(agata kycia, 09/12/07)
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