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Why we don’t suffer from information overload when taking a walk on a mountain University of Oslo Information Design Polyscopy – main idea
High-level and low-level information University of Oslo Information Design
Scopes and views A scope is the viewpoint. The view is what is seen from it. Polyscopy is information representation in terms of multiple consciously selected scopes and views
Information overload revisited Information overload may be understood as information fragmenting. University of Oslo Information Design
Polyscopic information University of Oslo Information Design
References Guescini, Rolf B.; Karabeg, Dino; Nordeng, Tommy. A Case for Polyscopic Structuring of Informaiton. In: Charting the Topic Maps Research and Applications Landscape: Springer Verlag 2006. ISBN 3540325271. s. 125-138. BookBook Karabeg, Almira; Karabeg, Dino. Polyscopi - a New Paradigm in Design for the Web: IEEE Computer Society 2005. 6 s. ArticleArticle Karabeg, Dino; Hamnes, Egil. Ut av informasjonsjungelen. Flux 2004(37/38):34-35
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