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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)

http://www.ububu.com/    (03)

I went through the "PC Solution" walk through; it's heavily laden with
business-speak and doesn't look too appealing.  Hm.    (04)

dan    (05)

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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