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Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
Concept maps, memory & PHRs
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Concept maps, memory & PHRs
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Concept maps, memory & PHRs

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Presentation by Peter Pennefather in KMD1001, October 1, 2012

Presentation by Peter Pennefather in KMD1001, October 1, 2012

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  • 1. Concept Maps, Memory & PHRs http://www.w3.org/History/1989/proposal.html
  • 2. Design as an Open and Augmentable Autonoetic Cultural MemoryAutonoetic consciousness: Schema:The human ability to mentally place an organized pattern of thought orourselves in the past, in the future, behaviour; a framework or system ofor in counterfactual situations, and representing or organizing andto and to analyze our own thoughts perceiving new information.Coherent Analytical Parsing Design FrameworksKnow-Nothing (data) ElementsKnow What (information) WrappersKnow How (knowledge) ArchitectureKnow Why (wisdom) Intentions Design as a signal of human intentions can support consensual transformation
  • 3. • When is raw data information?• When is process information data?• Does it matter?

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