Advances in Smart Systems Research

Publisher Future Technology Publications
Vol. 4 No. 1 Workshop Papers from KES Conferences 2014-15
Journal ISSN 2050-8662
Article TitleA Diagram Museum 2015.09: A TUT-KOSEN Cooperation Project
Primary AuthorYoshiteru Ishida, TUT (Japan)
Other Author(s) Mio Kobayashi; Masahiro Tokumitsu; Yuji Katsumata; Masayuki Ueda; Yoshikazu Hata
Pages 76 - 82
Article ID isrp15-006
Publication Date 10-Nov-16

Diagrams have been used to elicit, organize, and communicate knowledge. Well organized diagrams can support even discovery of new knowledge. This note explores many diagrams presented in DIAGRAM VISUALIZATION DOJO (DOJO is a place to learn or practice martial arts such as JUDO, KENDO, etc.), which is a collaborative project involving TUT (Toyohashi University of Technology) and KOSENs (KOSEN is a college of technology). Involving ICT in presenting diagrams will lead to a new mode of interactive knowledge transfer, applicable to education. Several attempts of applying diagrammatic reasoning to engineering problems will be presented.
This note introduces three diagrams from the Diagram Visualization Dojo which has been involved Akashi, Akita, Anan, Kochi, Okinawa, Sendai, Tokuyama, Ube, Yonago KOSEN. Among three diagrams, one from AntSAT (Autonomous Networked Tiny Satellites) is shared with another TUT-KOSEN cooperation project: TINY NETWORK SATELLITES KOBO (KOBO is a workshop) which has been involved Akashi, Kochi, Nara, Okinawa, Tokuyama, Tokyo Metropolitan, Yonago KOSEN.

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