Expanding concept mapping to address spatio-temporal dimensionality. Brewer, I. & McNeese, M., D. 2004.
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Concept mapping has been used in multiple research domains for a variety of purposes such as brainstorming,knowledge elicitation, student testing and evaluation. Our work has applied the technique with pilots, emergency managers,emergency responders, and image analysts. Indeed, concept mapping has proven to be valuable both as an end state to representand in turn understand knowledge, as well as the means to acquire knowledge from experts or users. This paper explores one pathin the history of concept mapping use as a knowledge elicitation device, emphasizing its application in frameworks of knowledgeacquisition. We conclude with proposed perturbations that help researchers account for spatio-temporal factors in task and eventelicitation.
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