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Bienvenue sur le portail de la cartographie sémantique

Bienvenue sur le portail de la cartographie sémantique
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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.

UbuWeb 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]

Drawing Autism Drawing Autism is an incredible collection of artwork by people diagnosed with autism, from teenage amateurs to established artists. Unlike many of the books I feature on 50 Watts, this one is in print. You should buy it. [Amazon link to the new reprint which comes out April 2, 2014 from Akashic.] This post features a small selection of my favorite images from the book, along with some quotes by the artists. Publisher's description: Over the last decade autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has become an international topic of conversation, knowing no racial, ethnic, or social barriers. Donna Williams, The Outsider What was the inspiration for this piece? "The Outsider" is about joining in from the periphery. An excerpt from the artist's answer to the question, "At what age did the act of creating art enter into your life? I was deeply mesmerized with all things aesthetic and sensory from at least 6 months of age. Felix: Imaginary City Map, Age 11 What was the inspiration for this piece None. D.

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

Les visites virtuelles « LAM L’idée d’un parcours virtuel en ligne du Musée et de ses collections est née, tout d’abord, d’un désir de mettre en place un outil d’accrochage des collections basé sur un développement 3D temps réel, puis de proposer une série de vues virtuelles en 360° , afin de restituer l’accrochage des salles. Depuis 2006 la société Readymade s’est attachée à restituer l’extension de l’architecte Manuelle Gautrand puis de tout l’ensemble du Musée. Doté de cet outil d’accrochage virtuel ainsi que du fonds numérisé du musée, la conservation réalise des accrochages préparatoires des collections permanentes et des expositions temporaires. En septembre 2010, la société Icone-graphique quand à elle, propose une navigation dans les salles du musée au travers de photographies dotées d’un zoom permettant d’approcher au plus prés les oeuvres. © Chloë de lyonMusées et patrimoines virtuels Réalisation & photographie : Chloë de Lyon

Martin J. Eppler Please note: This is a beta version of the new dblp website.You can find the classic dblp view of this page here. Martin J. Eppler data released under the ODC-BY 1.0 license. Works of Art How to Read a Caption A caption gives basic information about a work of art. Title Titles appear in boldface. Date Titles are usually followed by a date or date range. Artist The name and nationality of the artist/maker(s) of the work of art are given, if known. Country or Culture of Origin The country or culture of origin indicates the geographic area where the work of art was made or found and may be followed by a specific city or region. Medium and Dimensions The medium describes the material(s) that the work of art is made of. Credit Line The credit line indicates how a work came into the permanent collection or how it came to be on view at the Metropolitan Museum. Accession Number The accession number for Edgar Degas's A Woman Seated Beside a Vase of Flowers (Madame Paul Valpinçon?) The accession number for the Roman statue Old Market Woman is 09.39. In 1970, a century after the Museum's founding, the style of accession numbers changed. Copyright Description

Roots of visual mapping The first is the Tree of Porphyry - a form of presentation of a taxonomy that embodies a hierarchy, much as a mind map does. Porphyry of Tyre was a Greek philosopher who lived from c.233 to c.309, C.E. . This particular example is from a Philosophy course at the University of Washington. Then there is a facinating business map from the great Walt Disney. Aside from its sparkling clarity of business vision, it is interesting because of its date, 1957: Before Cornell University and Novak did work on concept maps, before Buzan had turned his Mind to Mapping and even before Idea Sunbursting. I came across this on Peter Duke's site, dukeMedia. (Click the image for a full-sized version) Next, my thanks to M.H.F. who commented against my "Who invented mind mapping" article that a novel published in 1931 in England included this conversation: "Mightn't it be a good idea if everyone had to draw a map of his own mind - say, once every five years?

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Best tools and practices for concept mapping Last summer my interest in concept mapping was renewed when I read How Learning Works by Susan Ambrose et al.. At several points in the book they encourage higher educators to use concept maps. It has taken me a while to follow up but, with a little help from the POD List, here we go. Concept map or mind map? Concept mapping and mind mapping are graphic organizers, strategies for visualizing knowledge or graphically representing ideas. A mind map is a creative way to represent an idea or task, while a concept map is a formal attempt to organize or represent knowledge.Mind maps focus on a central idea; concept maps connect multiple ideas.Mind maps are colorful, use wavy lines, and often include pictures. “Mind Map” is a registered trademark, so it may be less problematic to use “concept map” for everything. Uses of concept maps In the video below, Karen Rohrbauck Stout at Western Washington University explains how she uses concept mapping as an assessment technique. Practices to consider

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Publications > Concept Mapping > Concept Systems Incorporated Kane, M. & Trochim, W.M.K. (2007). Concept Mapping for Planning and Evaluation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication. Abstract Concept Mapping for Planning and Evaluation is a thorough, accessible guide to concept mapping for social or organizational researchers in any context. The volume describes the history of structured conceptualization--a most useful form of concept mapping. Trochim, W. (1989a). Abstract Concept mapping is a type of structured conceptualization which can be used by groups to develop a conceptual framework which can guide evaluation or planning. Haque, N., Rosas, S. (2010). This inquiry successfully sequenced and integrated 2 participatory research methods: photovoice and concept mapping. Risisky, D., Hogan, V.K., Kane, M., Burt, B., Dove, C., & Payton, M. (2008). OBJECTIVES: To engage a community to critically examine local health disparities. Ridings, J.W., Powell, D.M., Johnson, J.E., Pullie, C.J., Jones, C.M., Jones, R.L. & Terrell, K.J. (2008). Rao, J.