Research on the Types of Intelligence Participation

Li XU

Abstract


The thesis summarizes the characteristics and effects of intelligence participation in order that the hearer can master the ability of judgment and inference better. The characteristics which are mentioned in this thesis are immediacy, initiative, extensibility, concealment and foreseeability. The recognition of the characteristics of intelligence participation may understand and control intelligence participation better.


Keywords


Intelligence participation; Characteristics; Speech; Communication

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