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What is changing representation in Knowledge Models? How to do that? What are the benefits? ...

What is changing representation in Knowledge Models? How to do that? What are the benefits?

Some examples are proposed in that presentation.
They are based on a Trafic jam representation model.
More infos on Knowledge Models on en.alpharis.com

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    Changing representation in Knowledge Models Changing representation in Knowledge Models Presentation Transcript

    • ©
      Map © New York Times
      Photos : © Wikimedia
    • That mapisusing a
      Color Model to giveanother perception of trafic jam
      in N.Y city
      ©
      Map © New York Times
      Photos : © Wikimedia
    • Yellow = Light traffic
      Orange = Heavytraffic
      Red : Overloadedtraffic :-(
      ©
      Map © New York Times
      Photos : © Wikimedia
    • Changingrepresentation
      isusinganother ’Graphic ’Model
      ©
      Map © New York Times
      Photos : © Wikimedia
    • Just keep the new model
    • It’sanotherway to apprehend the problem, to understandit.
    • Some people wouldprefer the first one. Some the second one.
    • Much more important !
      People whoprefers the first one couldfind ‘ideas’ by viewing the second one
    • Changingrepresentationislike...
    • Making a mental trick for having a new «look» on problems.
    • Otherpossibilities
    • Walt Disney characters ©
      Walt Disney ™ . For illustration.
    • This representationcouldbetter ‘talk’ to someyoung people or adults:-)
      Walt Disney characters ©
      Walt Disney ™ . For illustration.
    • Please note the introduction of a 4th element, Horace. With Disney © charactersyoucanadd new ‘info’.
      Walt Disney characters ©
      Walt Disney ™ . For illustration.
    • You caneven mix severalrepresentationslikehere :
      • Characters – Toys
      • Movies – Video Game
      Nintendo. Lucasfilms .
      Konami .Lego. Sasuki.©
    • Changingrepresentationcouldbedonedirectly by working on the image. Like black holeeffect, shrinking, cutting, etc ..
    • Anotherway to represent a black holeeffect.
    • Changingrepresentationcouldbedone by changing the graphic style of the image. Hereis a fakeweft of printing.
    • Seehere how the orange lanes are much more appealingthan the others. Theyrepresenthere the main information in thisrepresentation.
    • A simple ‘night vieweffect’ canbringanother look at the problem
    • A ‘thermal’ effectadded to the ‘night view’ addother informations.
    • A mere Black & White or copy machine canreveal the key points
    • Do not hesitate to do again and again. Sooner or later a representationwill ‘talk’ to you.
    • Changingrepresentationcanalsobedone on the shape of the original image!
    • 3D viewscanbeusedtoo
    • Changingrepresentation in a Knowledge Model is an almostendlessprocess.
    • Whichcanbring :
      • Ideas
      • Intuition
      • Serendipity