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

  1. 1.
  2. 2. ©<br />Map © New York Times <br />Photos : © Wikimedia<br />
  3. 3. That mapisusing a <br />Color Model to giveanother perception of trafic jam <br />in N.Y city<br />©<br />Map © New York Times <br />Photos : © Wikimedia<br />
  4. 4. Yellow = Light traffic<br /> Orange = Heavytraffic<br />Red : Overloadedtraffic :-(<br />©<br />Map © New York Times <br />Photos : © Wikimedia<br />
  5. 5. Changingrepresentation<br />isusinganother ’Graphic ’Model<br />©<br />Map © New York Times <br />Photos : © Wikimedia<br />
  6. 6. Just keep the new model <br />
  7. 7.
  8. 8. It’sanotherway to apprehend the problem, to understandit.<br />
  9. 9. Some people wouldprefer the first one. Some the second one.<br />
  10. 10. Much more important !<br />People whoprefers the first one couldfind ‘ideas’ by viewing the second one<br />
  11. 11. Changingrepresentationislike... <br />
  12. 12. Making a mental trick for having a new «look» on problems.<br />
  13. 13. Otherpossibilities<br />
  14. 14. Walt Disney characters ©<br />Walt Disney ™ . For illustration. <br />
  15. 15. This representationcouldbetter ‘talk’ to someyoung people or adults:-)<br />Walt Disney characters ©<br />Walt Disney ™ . For illustration. <br />
  16. 16. Please note the introduction of a 4th element, Horace. With Disney © charactersyoucanadd new ‘info’.<br />Walt Disney characters ©<br />Walt Disney ™ . For illustration. <br />
  17. 17. You caneven mix severalrepresentationslikehere :<br /><ul><li>Characters – Toys
  18. 18. Movies – Video Game</li></ul>Nintendo. Lucasfilms . <br />Konami .Lego. Sasuki.©<br />
  19. 19. Changingrepresentationcouldbedonedirectly by working on the image. Like black holeeffect, shrinking, cutting, etc ..<br />
  20. 20. Anotherway to represent a black holeeffect.<br />
  21. 21. Changingrepresentationcouldbedone by changing the graphic style of the image. Hereis a fakeweft of printing.<br />
  22. 22. Seehere how the orange lanes are much more appealingthan the others. Theyrepresenthere the main information in thisrepresentation.<br />
  23. 23. A simple ‘night vieweffect’ canbringanother look at the problem<br />
  24. 24. A ‘thermal’ effectadded to the ‘night view’ addother informations.<br />
  25. 25. A mere Black & White or copy machine canreveal the key points<br />
  26. 26. Do not hesitate to do again and again. Sooner or later a representationwill ‘talk’ to you.<br />
  27. 27. Changingrepresentationcanalsobedone on the shape of the original image!<br />
  28. 28. 3D viewscanbeusedtoo<br />
  29. 29. Changingrepresentation in a Knowledge Model is an almostendlessprocess.<br />
  30. 30. Whichcanbring :<br /><ul><li>Ideas
  31. 31. Intuition
  32. 32. Serendipity</li></li></ul><li>

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