Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Seemap Visual Language System for modellingbusiness (and maybe other) forms of complexity.
Looks a little like the globe interface that a company called "ububu"
(like, you-be-you-be-you) was working on for a while. It was interesting,
but it didn't really provide significant advantages and was kind of hard
to use. (01)
Apparently that didn't pan out, because they're doing something else
altogether now... (02)
I went through the "PC Solution" walk through; it's heavily laden with
business-speak and doesn't look too appealing. Hm. (04)
On Sat, 12 Oct 2002, ADM Staff wrote: (06)
> Hi there,
> Is anyone familiar with the Seemap software and methodology for
> modelling business or other social processes. The website - which
> includes a quickview demo - is at: http://www.seemap.com
> I have only given a cursory examination but this system strikes me as an
> unusually interesting - and potentially effective - use of visual
> language to model, grasp, and work with complexity.
> Cordially, Eric Sommer
> Advanced Data Management Systems
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