Representations of Knowledge
- For knowledge to be shared it needs to be represented in forms which are accessible
to all those who might share it.
- Increasing standardisation of representations increases the risks of cultural
- Most often, knowledge has to be represented in human language.
- Mathematical representations are often idealised (in both senses).
- Knowledge can also be represented by schematic diagrams and computer simulations.
- Much knowledge can be clarified through embodied references to its context.