Conzilla

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Company / Author[edit]

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Screenshots[edit]

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What they say[edit]

“Conzilla is a first prototype of what we call a concept browser, which is a tool for the organization and exploration of electronically stored components of information. An efficient concept browser creates an overview of the different concepts under study by supporting a separation between their context and their content.

Conzilla2 – our second generation concept browser – is a knowledge management tool with many purposes. Among other things, it aims to be

  • an efficient collaborative knowledge environment / modeling tool.
  • a versatile interface for editing and styling RDF.

Conzilla presents knowledge in terms of specific maps, Context-maps. The Context-maps displays nodes and arcs, from now on referred to as concepts and concept-relations, in a styled manner.”

Observations[edit]

Concept Browser. This is fascinating modelling software that produces a form of concept map but has other capablities – many of the examples are used to describe Conzilla itself. I would like to see other, real-world examples.

This is written in Java. It uses ‘Collaborilla’ (see http://sourceforge.net/projects/collaborilla/) to make it collaborative.

Their website[edit]

http://www.conzilla.org/wiki/Overview/Main

Operating System(s)[edit]

browser based | Linux | Mac | Windows


Price: Free  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2002-02-27

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