This page brings together some concepts that we have found particularly useful for handling knowledge.
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Some useful concepts
Constraints and affordances: What can’t you do, and what can you do?
Design rationale: A systematic approach to design
Facet theory: Thinking about more than one set of features
Graph theory: Mapping and analysing knowledge
Knowledge modelling: How people organise their knowledge
Levels of abstraction: How people organise their knowledge into structured hierarchies
Significant absences: What’s not there can be as important as what is there
User/Person centred design: What does this really look like?
Verifier: Finding errors in research
Verifier: More on this approach