Concept image and concept definition in mathematics with particular reference to limits and continuity

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Tall, David; Vinner, Shlomo;
(1981)

The concept image consists of all the cognitive structure in the individual's mind that is associated with a given concept. This may not be globally coherent and may have aspects which are quite different from the formal concept definition.\ud The development of limits ... View more
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