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I thought some of the underlying assumptions - simple iconic similarity to realworld entities- for the seemap program were of interest. However, I must admit I may have been a victem of my own enthusiasm - I didn't really check it out. So thanks for the more sober assessment below, and I'll have a look at your links.
John Maloney <email@example.com> wrote:
Eric -Thanks for the message.I had a look at the Seemap software. It was not very compelling.I am an avid practioners in the use of simulation for KM, persuasion and change.Here is page for some background.My personal favorite, recommendation and tool I've been using for more than a decade is Stella/iThink.For pure cognitive mapping, my preferred tool is MindJet ---jtm-----Original Message-----
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of ADM Staff
Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 3:43 PM
Subject: [ba-unrev-talk] Seemap Visual Language System for modelling business (and maybe other) forms of complexity.
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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