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Knowledge Quadrants

We can divide knowledge into four general categories: Known knowns – this describes knowledge we have and we are aware that we have it Known unknowns – this describes knowledge we don’t have and we are aware that we don’t have it Unknown knowns – this describes knowledge that have but we are not aware …

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Metacognition and Knowledge Engineering

The word “cognition” implies using thinking to achieve a status of knowing something. METAcognition uses the reflexive prefix “meta” to imply using thinking to achieve a status of knowing about using thinking to achieve a status of knowing. It can be used to describe methodologies for thinking or solving problems or learning. When we study …

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