Unraveling The Complexity: The Cognitive-Semantic Analysis Of Texts In Ict Discourse


  • Ibragimova Nayira Anvarovna Associate professor, PhD, Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi, Department of Foreign Languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan


Cognitive-semantic analysis, ICT discourse, authentic texts, technical terms, manuals, technical specifications, software documentation.


Cognitive-semantic analysis refers to the examination and interpretation of texts in the field of ICT discourse. This approach involves analyzing the cognitive processes and the underlying meaning structures of the text in order to gain insights and understanding of its content and context within the realm of ICT.


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How to Cite

Ibragimova Nayira Anvarovna. (2023). Unraveling The Complexity: The Cognitive-Semantic Analysis Of Texts In Ict Discourse. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE LEARNING AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS, 2(9), 27–29. Retrieved from https://inter-publishing.com/index.php/IJLLAL/article/view/2502