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Representations of domain knowledge range from those that are ontologically formal, semantically rich to those that are ontologically informal and semantically weak. Representations of knowledge are important in many tasks, one of which is the support of travel around information spaces through the identification and linking of concepts in a field. In this paper we explore how representations of ontologically informal, semantically weak domain knowledge as captured by the Simple Knowledgedblp:conf/swat4ls/JuppSBYK08 fatcat:fmyef7io4varfcj36z3rpby3mq