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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In the last few years, we have analyzed the best alternatives for acquiring and processing visual knowledge with the goal of supporting problem solving. We call visual knowledge the set of mental models that support the process of reasoning over information that comes from the spatial arrangement and visual aspects of entities. Also, visual knowledge is implicit, meaning that it is difficult to be explicitly represented solely with propositional constructs. In this paper, we describe adoi:10.1007/978-3-642-16138-4_1 fatcat:pcvnv5fg4fatnpm7yflotkimte