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Burger, Andrew M., Meyer, Barry D., Jung, Cindy P. and Long, Kevin B. (1991): The Virtual Notebook System. In: Walker, Jan (ed.) Proceedings of ACM Hypertext 91 Conference December 15-18, 1991, San Antonio, Texas. pp. 395-401.

 
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Styblinski, M. A. and Meyer, Barry D. (1991): Signal Flow Graphs vs Fuzzy Cognitive Maps in Application to Qualitative Circuit Analysis. In International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 35 (2) pp. 175-186.

The Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCM) introduced by Kosko represent a novel way of fuzzy causal knowledge processing, using the net rather than the traditional tree knowledge representation. In this paper similarities between the Fuzzy Cognitive Maps and Signal Flow Graphs are pointed out and the inference process use in Fuzzy Cognitive Maps is compared and paralleled with a fixed point iterative solution of the equations describing the Signal Flow Graph. Then, applications to the qualitative circuit analysis for a class of feedback amplifiers and active resistive circuits, using a combination of the Signal Flow Graph and Fuzzy Cognitive Map concepts are discussed. Several examples are given.

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Gorry, G. Anthony, Long, Kevin B., Burger, Andrew M., Jung, Cynthia P. and Meyer, Barry D. (1991): The Virtual Notebook System: An Architecture for Collaborative Work. In Journal of Organizational Computing, 1 (3) pp. 233-250.

We have developed the Virtual Notebook System (VNS) to facilitate information acquisition, sharing and management in groups. The VNS allows teams to create shared electronic notebooks upon whose pages they can place text and images and, in certain cases audio and video entities. Members of a team can interconnect the pages of a notebook with navigational links, making the notebook shared hypertext. Additionally special links, called action links, can be used to tie pages of a notebook to external programs. Here we discuss the architecture of the VNS and give a number of examples of its use. We also identify those aspects of the VNS development that seems to have been most important in its success.

© All rights reserved Gorry et al. and/or Ablex Publishing

 
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