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Medical education A format for acquiring knowledge based on rote memorization of large blocks of information–eg, the findings of a particular disease. Cf Socratic method.
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The main idea is to create a knowledge domain that is organized around a set of key concepts and to represent those concepts as virtual objects that can be navigated with interactive computer visualization techniques.
Internally, learning and development may best be accomplished within communities organized around knowledge domains.
For example, a course developer (knowledge domain expert) need not have any specialist knowledge of the pedagogical strategies that may be applied to the knowledge domain they are developing.
48) was perceived as the most important knowledge domain.
When creating a knowledge profile of a concept, project or a knowledge domain, the first thing to do is to consider the most general level that has an influence on the concept.
While focusing on water, the project is expected to inspire a much broader environmental and societal knowledge domain and many different end-users.
Knowledge Domain Importance Preparedness Discrepancy t-value M (SD M-(SD) Medical Treatment 2.
General topics include sonification, haptics/touch and multimodal interfaces, knowledge visualization in organizations, cognitive information visualization, knowledge domain visualization, the interreg IIIB NEW Special European Project, knowledge visualization applications, calligraphy applications, graph theory, AVR, image recognition techniques, web visualization and VSW, animation, visual data mining, geometric modeling, DART, knowledge domain visualization.
Order within these tools may take a variety of forms depending on the knowledge domain (or domains) represented, the anticipated usage of the tools, and their structure.
Thomson Scientific,part of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) and leading provider of information solutions to the worldwide research and business communities, today announced that The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR) has purchased Thomson Scientific's ISIWeb of Knowledge platform to substantiate their research excellence & knowledge domain.
The specific project that has been a vehicle for evolving these ideas is an effort to map the terminology of a marginalized knowledge domain to a mainstream classification, the Dewey Decimal Classification.
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