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1 Why we don’t suffer from information overload when taking a walk on a mountain University of Oslo Information Design Polyscopy – main idea

2 High-level and low-level information University of Oslo Information Design

3 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

4 Information overload revisited Information overload may be understood as information fragmenting. University of Oslo Information Design

5 Polyscopic information University of Oslo Information Design

6 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 ISBN s BookBook Karabeg, Almira; Karabeg, Dino. Polyscopi - a New Paradigm in Design for the Web: IEEE Computer Society s. ArticleArticle Karabeg, Dino; Hamnes, Egil. Ut av informasjonsjungelen. Flux 2004(37/38):34-35


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