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  • 1. concept mapping s1190125 Tsubasa Omori
  • 2. What is Concept Mapping? A concept map is a diagram that depicts suggested relationships between concepts. 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. The technique for visualizing these relationships among different concepts is called concept mapping. Concept maps define the ontology of computer systems, for example with the object role modeling or Unified Modeling Language formalism.
  • 3. Key words to be used in concept map First, pick up the key concepts from the literature , such as , summarize , and give the hierarchy and relationships between them . Generation of new knowledge . In other words , is converted into resources organizational tacit knowledge , to map the sharable knowledge . Preservation of institutional knowledge . For example , by using a concept map of the expertise of the employee before retirement and sharable . I could transfer of expertise and collaborative knowledge modeling . Finaly, I to facilitate the sharing of understanding and vision of the organization and team .
  • 4. 3 most important sentences used in concept map Concept map or concept map (in English : Concept map) and is a diagram illustrating a relationship between concepts . It is organized in a hierarchy of layers connected by arrows labeled and concepts concept , will continue to branch from the top to the bottom as a whole . Coupling concept together represents a relation " A increase B " , " A causes B " , " A is required for B " , " A contributes to B " and . Concept mapping or concept mapping method (concept mapping), is ( creating technique of concept map ) technique to visualize the relationship between the various concepts .
  • 5. Definition of 5 key words used in concept map Pick up the key concepts from the literature , such as , summarize , and give the hierarchy and relationships between them . Generation of new knowledge . In other words , is converted into resources organizational tacit knowledge , to map the sharable knowledge . Preservation of institutional knowledge . For example , by using a concept map of the expertise of the employee before retirement and sharable . I could transfer of expertise and collaborative knowledge modeling . Finaly, I to facilitate the sharing of understanding and vision of the organization and team .

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