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Information is Beautiful

There are plenty of good examples and inspirations of how information can be displayed.  Here are the three most popular collections of information visualization samples.  Many are beautiful, but not many are meaningful to the viewer.  Could KOS structures help … Continue reading

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Theories and Foundations

Here are some general readings on the foundations of concepts, concept representation, and knowledge organization.  Add to the list in the comment if you would like to recommend some other similar readings. Books: Gärdenfors, P. (2000). Conceptual Spaces: The Geometry … Continue reading

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