Manage Shared Information and Their Shared Concepts

Some of the assumptions that drive shared information and the shared concepts that underly them:

  • There exists cognitive patterns (also called processes, structures, templates, metaphorical structures, relationships, frames, cognitive models, etc.) that are repeatedly used across across a variety of contexts, i.e. disciplines, domains or fields.
  • That there is no single body of knowledge that explicitly captures and specifies these patterns and their related contexts, and by implication there is no discipline which owns them.
  • That more often than not, we are unaware that these patterns exist and that we use them.
  • And most importantly: that there is some (as yet unrealized) benefit to the intentional reuse of these patterns, and their relationships to contexts.

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