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  Information - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Information is a term with many meanings depending on context, but is as a rule closely related to such concepts as meaning, knowledge, instruction, communication, representation, and mental stimulus.
Information may indeed be characterised as a pattern; it is a necessary condition, but not sufficient.
Information is usually thought of as, in a strict sense, a subset of data.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Information   (3277 words)

 Learn more about Information in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Information is a term with many meanings depending on context, but is as a rule closely related to such concepts as meaning, knowledge, negentropy, communication, truth, representation, and mental stimulus.
Although many people speak of the advent of the "information age," the "information society," and information technologies, and even though information science and computer science are often in the spotlight, the word "information" is often used without careful consideration of the various meanings it has come to acquire.
Information is a message, something to be communicated from the sender to the receiver, as opposed to noise, which is something that inhibits the flow of communication or creates misunderstanding.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /i/in/information.html   (1048 words)

 Information - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Information is a word which has many different meanings in everyday usage and in specialized contexts, but as a rule, the concept is closely related to others such as data, instruction, knowledge, meaning, communication, representation, and mental stimulus.
Many people speak of the advent of the information age, the information society, and information technologies, and even though information science and computer science are often in the spotlight, the word "information" is often used without careful consideration of the various meanings it has acquired.
Information is a message, something to be communicated from the sender to the receiver.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/i/n/f/Information.html   (1931 words)

 Information mapping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Information mapping is a technique of dividing and labeling information for easy comprehension, use and recall.
Information Mapping is a structured approach to creating clear, concise and highly usable information focused on the target audience.
Information Mapping is both subject matter and media independent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Information_mapping   (132 words)

 Learning Skills Program - Concept Mapping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Both Mapping and brainstorming may be used to encourage the generation of new material, such as different interpretations and viewpoints: however, Mapping relies less on intentionally random input, whereas, during brainstorming, one may try to think up wild, zany, off-the-wall ideas and connections.
Mapping can be a productive way to study for an exam, particularly if the emphasis of the course is on understanding and applying abstract, theoretical material, rather than on simply reproducing memorized information.
Mapping is a particularly powerful tool to use during the early stages of writing an essay, before you write the first rough draft.
www.coun.uvic.ca /learn/program/hndouts/map_ho.html   (1864 words)

 Geographic information system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If you could relate information about the rainfall of your state to aerial photographs of your county, you might be able to tell which wetlands dry up at certain times of the year.
Map information in a GIS must be manipulated so that it registers, or fits, with information gathered from other maps.
A projection is a mathematical means of transferring information from a model of the Earth, which represents a three-dimensional curved surface, to a two-dimensional medium—paper or a computer screen.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/GIS   (5684 words)

 An Atlas of Cyberspaces - Information Space Maps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The aim of these maps is to provide a sense of the "lie of the land" of an information domain to aid browsing and document retrieval.
The map is an example of the innovative information mapping work being undertaken by André Skupin, Department of Geography, University of New Orleans.
This example is the UK clickable map and provides a map directory of the websites of all universities and colleges in the United Kingdom.
www.cybergeography.org /atlas/info_maps.html   (1214 words)

 Information Mapping®   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Information Mapping is a method for presenting information so that it is easy to read and understand.
Information Mapping was developed by Robert E. Horn while at Harvard and Columbia Universities in the 1960s.
Information Mapping enables writers to break complex information into its basic elements and then present those elements in a graphical format that reflects the meaning back to the reader.
www.communicare.com /services/im.htm   (510 words)

 NewsMaps - Mappa.Mundi Magazine - Map of the Month
These maps are, of course, using the hills and valleys metaphorically to represent the volume of textual information.
The spatial properties of location and elevation in the maps are used to encode key characteristics of the form and structure of the information space in a single visual snapshot.
In an email interview for Map of the Month with David B. Lantrip, one of Cartia's cofounders, I asked him whether he thought maps were the right approach to the problems of searching and browsing the Web.
mappa.mundi.net /maps/maps_015   (1345 words)

 Information Mapping [TechScribe software documentation]
Information Mapping® (www.infomap.com) is a proprietary methodology for the analysis, organisation and presentation of information.
Information Mapping formalises what any good technical writer does.
It uses the concepts of 'typed topics', which is similar to 'information types' in the Information Mapping methodology.
www.techscribe.co.uk /techw/information_mapping.htm   (252 words)

 Information Mapping Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mapping Hypertext by Robert E. Horn, illuminates the promise and reality of hypertext and information management, bringing hypertext together with a complementary methodology critical to its success - Information Mapping.
It is Information Mapped, which provides a visual, easy-access format that allows you to find and absorb the information you need quickly.
Examining the Evidence on Information Mapping's method of High-Performance Communication was written by Information Mapping's founder, Robert E. Horn.
www.communicare.com /services/im_pubs.htm   (315 words)

 business mapping Resources & Information - business process mapping
Information businesses generate profits primarily from the resale of intellectual property and include movie studios, publishers and packaged software companies.
Transportation sample business curriculum mapping businesses deliver goods and individuals business process mapping tools from location to location, generating a profit on the transportation costs.
Most legal business process value stream mapping jurisdictions specify the forms that a business can take, and a body of commercial law has developed for each type.
www.bizhisto.com /Biz-Services-Bu---Ce/business-mapping.html   (622 words)

 Concept Mapping Homepage
The difference between concept maps and mind maps is that a mind map has only one main concept, while a concept map may have several.
More concept mapping information may be found at the Classroom of the Future site or at the site of the Misconceptions Seminar.
Information about mind mapping is also available on the Creativity Web pages.
users.edte.utwente.nl /lanzing/cm_home.htm   (581 words)

 Concept Based Information Representation and Retrieval - Infomap
The goal of the Information Mapping project is intelligent, concept-based information retrieval.
The information mapping technique is naturally adaptible and has been succesfully applied to German and Japanese with little adaptation.
Ultimately, if we can request information in one language and retrieve articles written in another, information retrieval will be freed from the constraints of a particular language and users will be able to draw from a rich pool of untranslated materials previously unavailable to them.
www-csli.stanford.edu /semlab/infomap.html   (773 words)

 Map Information
The National Map is a consistent framework for geographic knowledge needed by the Nation.
The USGS provides a wide variety of maps, from topographic maps showing the geographic relief and thematic maps displaying the geology and water resources of the United States, to special studies of the moon and planets.
This page focuses on traditional paper maps, but information about digital map data can also be found at some of these sources.
www.usgs.gov /pubprod/maps.html   (1180 words)

 Information Mapping - Precision Documents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Information Mapping method is a research-based approach to the analysis, organization, and visual presentation of information.
The result is a set of precisely defined information modules that are consistent from author to author and document to document.
However, Information Mapping is not appropriate for every problem; we're not biased, and will recommend the best solution for your specific situation.
www.precisiondocs.com /doc/information_mapping.php   (217 words)

 The Information Mapping® Method
The Information Mapping (or short: IMAP®) methodology enables organisations to manage information strategically and tactically to ensure their business goals are met.
The Information Mapping method is a way of thinking and communicating that has a wide range of business applications.
It is a systematic approach to analysing, organising, and presenting information based on your audience's needs and the purpose of the information.
www.imap.dk /imap.htm   (168 words)

 Information Mapping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
While at Harvard and Columbia Universities, Robert E. The Information Mapping method is a research-based approach to the analysis...
Information Mapping enables your employees to create and use knowledge more efficiently, resulting in increased productivity and job satisfaction.
The underlying information mapping technology is called Visual Net and is being developed by...
www.gislinx.com /informationmapping.html   (187 words)

 Information Mapping Europe
Information Mapping's founder to receive Professional Achievement Award
The founder of Information Mapping, Inc., Robert E. Horn, has been chosen as the 2004 recipient of the Thomas F. Gilbert Distinguished Professional Achievement Award from the International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI) (read more)
Information Mapping Europe and Byelex, a leading software development company of fully computerised web-enabled management control systems, announce a partnership to offer the Byelex IMAP® Publicator (BIP).
www.imap.dk   (235 words)

 Welcome to the USGS - U.S. Geological Survey
As an unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information, and water, we are dedicated to the timely, relevant, and impartial study of the landscape, our natural resources, and the natural hazards that threaten us.
A new USGS animation shows walrus movements in the northern Bering Sea—the USGS led an effort to tag walruses with transmitters and track their movements remotely with satellites during a spring 2006 population abundance survey.
USGS scientists work to improve information on mercury sources, cycling, and toxicity, which will help land and resource managers understand what can be done to reduce mercury hazards to people and the environment.
www.usgs.gov   (374 words)

 mapping programs information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
USGS Geography (formerly Mapping) provides scientific information to describe and interpret America's landscape...
USGS Mapping Information: Educational Resources USGS Mapping Information: Educational Resources Educational Resources for Cartography, Geography, and Related Disciplines Mapping Applications Center, Information Services Branch, Publications...
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property-gd.com /articles/12/mapping-programs.html   (443 words)

 Information Mapping - Knowledge-based support for user interface design (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The task consists in mapping (a) information from the task domain of the artefact being designed as well as other relevant constraints on the design process, onto (b) a set of input/output modalities which, when fully specified, will constitute the user interface of the artefact.
Interface designers thus essentially solve information mapping problems whether or not they think of themselves in those...
4 A methodology for mapping information from task domains to i..
citeseer.ist.psu.edu /624128.html   (452 words)

 ^^^ betacity / Links / Archiv / Information
Mapping the dynamics of Information Diffusion in Blogspace
Information from tiger magazine: The issue 31 has come out.
Free Flows of Information and the Politics of the Commons
www.betacity.de /links/suche/information   (923 words)

 Geographical Information Systems (GIS) WWW Resource List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It is maintained by Bruce M. Gittings and Anup Pradhan at the Department of Geography in the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with the Association for Geographic Information.
British Historical Geographical Information System Program This major research programme is constructing a historical GIS covering the changing administrative units of Great Britain over the last 200 years combining computerised boundary information with a wide range of statistics.
GIS data for Connecticut, USA MAGIC, the Map and Geographic Information Center at the University of Connecticut, is the geodata library for the State of Connecticut.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk /home/giswww.html   (7562 words)

 Site Diagrams: Mapping an Information Space - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design
When we retrieve a file from our computer, we are browsing through an information space; when we use a search engine we are sifting through an information space; and when we visit a website we are moving through yet another information space.
By mapping this future development a site diagram can help predict long-term user interface needs and serves to guide interface design towards a more scalable layout (e.g., a layout that will easily accommodate the four new global navigation buttons that will be added over the span of six months).
The decision to minimize information about the file (such as the file name, the number of PDFs linked from the page, and any other relevant data) within the diagram is to reduce visual clutter.
www.boxesandarrows.com /view/site_diagrams_mapping_an_information_space   (4290 words)

 information - mapping a dyson sphere   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
For mapping purposes, the Sphere has been divided into twenty equal areas, roughly triangular, with an entrance...
By default, the mapping sphere will be centered on the model's geometry and would give undesired results in this case.
The basis of this mapping technique is to treat the object as if it were a sphere, and mapping coordinates based by determining the position on a sphere by angular displacement.
www.modisch-einkleiden.de /mapping_a_dyson_sphere.html   (279 words)

 Information Mapping -
Information Mapping Inc. delivers information Life Cycle solutions that bring order to the complexity of managing corporate information.
Information Mapping, Inc. (IMI) announces that Vice President and General Manager of Learning Solutions, Deborah Kenny, has been invited to present two sessions at Training Magazine's annual Training Solutions Conference.
Information Mapping helps organizations leverage information and communications to improve performance.
www.infomap.com   (219 words)

 U.S. Census Bureau Maps and Cartographic Resources
Ordering information for printed maps and PDF maps on CD-ROM and DVD is also provided.
BOUNDARY FILES - Provides access to generalized, digital files suitable for use with a Geographic Information System (G.I.S.) as a base for medium to small-scale thematic mapping.
ON-LINE MAPPING - Links to two mapping applications derived from Census Bureau base map data - American FactFinder, State and County QuickFacts, and the TIGER Map Server.
www.census.gov /geo/www/maps   (143 words)

 Concept Based Information Representation and Retrieval - Infomap   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The goal of the Information Mapping project was to understand the meanings of words based on the way they are used in text.
The model works by mapping words to points in a high-dimensional space, by recording the frequency of co-occurrence between words in the text; for example, the number of times two words appear in the same document.
Using LSA and Noun Coordination Information to Improve the Precision and Recall of Automatic Hyponymy Extraction.
infomap.stanford.edu   (1187 words)

 Information Mapping, Inc. information and related industry information from Hoover's
Information Mapping provides specialized consulting services to help businesses and other organizations manage information.
Information Mapping operates through offices in Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington, DC, and through partners in more than 30 countries.
The company was founded as Information Resources in 1967 by chairman Robert Horn.
hoovers.com /information-mapping/--ID__114175--/free-co-factsheet.xhtml   (381 words)

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