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02 Concept Mapping

02 Concept Mapping

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A HipBone games document
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Published by: hipbone6551 on Aug 16, 2011
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ipBone tools and Conflict Resolution
 oncept Mapping and the HipBone Tools
forAmos Davidowitz,Director, Education, Training & Special ProgramsInstitute of World Affairs1321 Pennsylvania Ave., SEWashington, DC 20003All materials © Charles Cameron 1995-2006Charles Cameron3059 East Ave R-4Palmdale, CA 93550Phone 661 575-9930hipbone@earthlink.net
 arieties of concept mapping diagrams:
Diagrams that map aspects of a system can express many different things in a way that'seasily grasped, when a verbal explanation would require many pages of cumbersome andhard to comprehend text.
PERT Charts:
A PERT chart lays out the different chains of events required to arrive at a given goal:
Process Diagrams:
Diagrams of this kind are not limited to events – they can also illustrate the workinglogic of a complicated mechanism – in this case, a washing machine:
Argumentation Maps:
Professor Robert Horn of Stanford is the originator of 
 argumentation maps
.The image above shows one of a series of maps presenting the debate overthe question
Can computers think?
Here is a detail from another map inthe series...

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