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Title: Karta Siebenundzwanzig User s Manual
Authors: Lim, Eunice
Sedach, Vladimir
Fraser, Kurtis
Kremer, Rob
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2006
Abstract: The basic use of a concept map is to illustrate and gain insight about the relationships between certain ideas or concepts . Concept maps are very useful visual aids; they are often helpful for understanding complex relationships very quickly. A basic concept map usually consists of some combination of nodes and arcs. A node represents a certain concept and an arc represents a relationship between two or more nodes. Arcs are also used to show relationships between relationships (arcs can be connected to arcs). Using nodes and arcs, very complex relationships can be demonstrated visually.
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