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{{Definition|The goal of a '''knowledge crystallization'''–process is to get the most compact description possible for a set of data relative to some task without removing information critical to its execution. Knowledge that is proven effective, useful, and objective is maintained — knowledge irrelevant ''in this case'' is removed.}}
 
{{Definition|The goal of a '''knowledge crystallization'''–process is to get the most compact description possible for a set of data relative to some task without removing information critical to its execution. Knowledge that is proven effective, useful, and objective is maintained — knowledge irrelevant ''in this case'' is removed.}}
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{{Quotation|The goal of a knowledge crystallization process is to get the most compact description possible for a set of data relative to some task.The authors affirm that information visualization can help most parts of knowledge crystallization.|[Bederson, 2004]}}
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== References ==
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[Bederson, 2004]: Benjamin B. Bederson, ''Zoomable User Interfaces'', 2004
  
 
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Revision as of 12:09, 23 June 2005

The goal of a knowledge crystallization–process is to get the most compact description possible for a set of data relative to some task without removing information critical to its execution. Knowledge that is proven effective, useful, and objective is maintained — knowledge irrelevant in this case is removed.
The goal of a knowledge crystallization process is to get the most compact description possible for a set of data relative to some task.The authors affirm that information visualization can help most parts of knowledge crystallization.
[Bederson, 2004]


References

[Bederson, 2004]: Benjamin B. Bederson, Zoomable User Interfaces, 2004