Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective viewer
Looks like very interesting material to pursue. Mechthild Maczewski's PhD
program is shared between child & youth care and computer science. Her focus
is on social effects more than augmentation effects, but it is my sense
(from reading Ceci's "On Intelligence") that social effects themselves can
enhance intellectual performance. (02)
This is just one of many interesting leads to pursue for the e-journal. Hope
that one day we have the hands to pursue them. (03)
Peter Jones wrote: (05)
> On a surf from that link for Shrimp I came across
> Of interest might be the one at the bottom of the page:
> Children, Youth, and Internet Use: Exploring the social and individual
> implications of technologically (digitally) mediated interactions on
> children and youth.
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> Subject: [ba-ohs-talk] Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective viewer
> "While SHriMP (Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective) was originally
> designed for visualizing and exploring software architecture, it is
> language independent and can be used for browsing any information space.
> this manual we first demonstrate how SHriMP can be used to visualize and
> explore Java programs and a knowledge base.We then later discuss how
> can be used for browsing a knowledge base in the Protégé knowledge
> management tool."
> "As mentioned above, SHriMP can also be used for viewing knowledge
> The knowledge base example provided in SHriMP was produced using
> Protégé, created at Stanford University, is a tool for the creation,
> editing, and querying of frame-based ontologies. This example shows how
> Shrimp can plug into Protégé and read data from it. In this case, Shrimp
> visualizes the hierarchy based on the slot chosen by the user. To
> illustrate the flexibility of Shrimp, this demo will show how the
> of the hierarchy can be changed dynamically."
> "Jambalaya is the keyword we use to describe a project to integrate
> with the Protege tool. "
> It's free for academic use. I do not know if source code is included. (06)