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A perceived regularity or pattern in events or objects, or records of events or objects, designated by a label.
A (hierarchical) network comprised of concept-terms (nodes) and directed lines linking pairs of nodes; the linking lines are labeled with explanations of the relationship between node pairs.
A specified sphere of activity or knowledge. For example:
Labels used to identify various components of a concept map. Names must contain one or more words with each word beginning with either an uppercase letter, a number, or a symbol such as '&', '$', '@', etc.
The Concept to which a statement or proposition is directed. For example, given the statement "Square is a Polygon", "Polygon" is the Object.
A predicate is the verb that links concepts to form a proposition. Predicates must contain one or more words composed entirely of lowercase letters. For example:
Propositions are formed by linking two concepts with a predicate. These become the fundamental units of meaning stored in the concept map.
The Concept about which a statement or proposition is made. For example, given the statement "Square is a Polygon", "Square" is the Subject.