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Bienvenue sur le portail de la cartographie sémantique

Bienvenue sur le portail de la cartographie sémantique
Related:  Knowledge Models / Concept Mapping

Christophe Tricot - Cartographie Sémantique : des connaissances à la carte. News Création d'un portail sur la cartographie sémantique : "Cartographie Sémantique : des connaissances à la carte." Le 24 novembre 2006, j’ai présenté ma thèse intitulée : « Cartographie sémantique : des connaissances à la carte ». Voici quelques ressources associées : La présentation au format powerpoint et pdf : Le mémoire au format pdf : Le jury était composé de : Jean-Paul Barthès : Professeur des Universités, Président du jury Guy Melançon : Professeur des Universités, Rapporteur Xavier Briffault : Chargé de recherche CNRS HDR, Rapporteur Anne Dourgnon‑Hanoune : Ingénieur recherche EDF R&D, Membre invité André Manificat : Directeur du GRETh INES-RDI, Membre invité Christophe Roche : Professeur des Universités, Directeur de thèse Daniel Beauchêne: Maître de Conférences, Codirecteur de thèse Encore merci à tous ceux qui étaient présents ce jour important.

Créativité.Net - Consultation, coaching, formation, gestion d'équipe, animation des réunions, techniques de créativité et mindmapping The Work of Edward Tufte and Graphics Press Edward Tufte is a statistician and artist, and Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Statistics, and Computer Science at Yale University. He wrote, designed, and self-published 4 classic books on data visualization. The New York Times described ET as the "Leonardo da Vinci of data," and Business Week as the "Galileo of graphics." He is now writing a book/film The Thinking Eye and constructing a 234-acre tree farm and sculpture park in northwest Connecticut, which will show his artworks and remain open space in perpetuity. He founded Graphics Press, ET Modern gallery/studio, and Hogpen Hill Farms LLC. Visual Display of Quantitative Information 200 pages Envisioning Information 128 pages Visual Explanations 160 pages Beautiful Evidence 214 pages Same paper and printing as in original clothbound editions. All 4 clothbound books, autographed by author $150 Available directly from Graphics Press. Die visuelle Darstellung quantitativer Informationen, (200 Seiten), $12 数量情報の視覚的表示, (200 ページ)、$12

all streets All of the streets in the lower 48 United States: an image of 26 million individual road segments. No other features (such as outlines or geographic features) have been added to this image, however they emerge as roads avoid mountains, and sparse areas convey low population. This began as an example I created for a student in the fall of 2006, and I just recently got a chance to document it properly. Alaska and Hawaii were initially left out for simplicity's sake, but I felt guilty because of the sad emails received from zipdecode visitors. Unfortunately, the two states don't "work" because there aren't enough roads to outline their shape, so I left them out permanently. More technical details can be found here and additional updates here. San Francisco A detail of the West shows the relative lack of roads in mountainous areas, punctuated by the densely populated Bay Area. Kansas City The Great Lakes Appalachian Mountains

Approaches to Knowledge Organization by Birger Hjørland Courtesy of Maria Teresa Biagetti: Presentation of the talk by Birger Hjørland on "Approaches to Knowledge Organization (KO)" at the School for Archivists and Librarians, University of Rome "La Sapienza", on 20 April 2007 is available at "I believe the best way to prepare students for the future in KO is to provide a critical review of approaches available and cooperate in the discipline to establish the best possible theoretical ground for evaluating existing technologies and providing excellent KO. I have tried to demonstrate that approaches are associated with theories of knowledge such as positivism, rationalism, empiricism, pragmatism and post-modernism. I believe that debate and further study of the approaches mentioned (as well as new ones) is urgent."

Concept map An Electricity Concept Map, an example of a concept map A concept map or conceptual diagram is a diagram that depicts suggested relationships between concepts.[1] It is a graphical tool that designers, engineers, technical writers, and others use to organize and structure knowledge. A concept map typically represents ideas and information as boxes or circles, which it connects with labeled arrows in a downward-branching hierarchical structure. The relationship between concepts can be articulated in linking phrases such as causes, requires, or contributes to.[2] Overview[edit] A concept map is a way of representing relationships between ideas, images, or words in the same way that a sentence diagram represents the grammar of a sentence, a road map represents the locations of highways and towns, and a circuit diagram represents the workings of an electrical appliance. Concept maps were developed to enhance meaningful learning in the sciences. Differences from other visualizations[edit]

MindMappeur Enquête de sens SpatialKey Data Visualization and Mapping - Home Hjørland’s Semantics and Knowledge Organization, pt. 1 Hjørland, Birger. “Semantics and Knowledge Organization.” ARIST 41 (2007): 367-405. Originally read 18 June 2007 because it was cited by Zhang, J. (2007). Ontology and the Semantic Web. Proceedings of the North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization. Re-read 28-29 Sep 2007 for two reasons: (1) Seems vastly relevant to my CAS project and (2) it is one of two articles referenced for Dr. I will not be explicating this article as such here. While some of my questions will be more directly to myself, please feel free to chime in on any of them. I think my primary complaint about this article revolves around just what does Hjørland mean by “semantics?” So, semantics is broader than just the word. I will add section headings along with page numbers to help give a better idea of where I am in the text. Introduction: The Importance of Semantics for Information Science Just a few months ago I would have taken this to be completely acceptable. Quote from Soergel on thesauri (368). On KOS: Amen!

Knowledge and Information Visualization [, 2005] Type: SoftcoverEditors: S. O. Tergan and T. KellerPages: 385Publisher: SpringerPublication Date: 2005 Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3426 This book presents current research and development work in the fields of knowledge visualization and information visualization. Extensive book source list on Wikipedia

- Lettres et Cartes Heuristiques Déc 15 Je me mets doucement à jour au niveau de mes lectures en retard, et parmi les ouvrages que je viens de finir il y a l’avant dernier de Xavier Delengaigne, Organisez votre temps avec le Mind Mapping. Comme à son habitude, l’auteur nous propose un livre efficace, pratique et concret ; joliment illustré par l’incontournable Luis Garcia, il se décompose en 10 chapitres : 1 Le mind mapping à votre secours ! 2 Se fixer des objectifs (et les tenir !) 3 Piloter ses activités annuelles à l’aide d’un cockpit 4 Découper ses actions 5 Piloter son quotidien 6 Optimiser son temps grâce à un logiciel 7 Inspirez-vous de Toyota : créer votre Kanban 8 Rédiger des procédures graphiques 9 Mieux gérer son stress 10 Harmoniser sa vie personnelle et professionnelle Le tout est accompagné d’un cahier central de cartes en couleurs, comme celle-ci : Le style est clair, les conseils donnés sont directement applicables, et au-delà du mind mapping, l’auteur nous présente d’autres techniques, comme le Kanban. Déc 08 Déc 07

Knowledge organization The term knowledge organization (KO) (or "organization of knowledge", "organization of information" or "information organization") designates a field of study related to Library and Information Science (LIS). In this meaning, KO is about activities such as document description, indexing and classification performed in libraries, databases, archives etc. These activities are done by librarians, archivists, subject specialists as well as by computer algorithms. KO as a field of study is concerned with the nature and quality of such knowledge organizing processes (KOP) as well as the knowledge organizing systems (KOS) used to organize documents, document representations and concepts. There exist different historical and theoretical approaches to and theories about organizing knowledge, which are related to different views of knowledge, cognition, language, and social organization. Traditional human-based activities are increasingly challenged by computer-based retrieval techniques.

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