Chapter 5. Concept maps

Table of Contents
Functional requirements
Design Discussion


A concept map is a presentation of a part of the abstract world of interconnected neurons. A concept map is designed to emphasize certain associations between certain concepts, and this way provide a limited view of how the neurons relate to each other, without adding any actual information to the contextual network that the neurons constitute. There are many sorts of views possible, but the one described here is the one implemented - the standard two-dimensional UML-like view.