Network semantics was developed late 1950s which was just a basic theory in order to understand the demonstrations of how human beings develop learning. This concept was made by Quillian and Dr. Collins in the early times of the 1960s. Dr. Collins was considered as the Father of Modern Mapping because of his extensive commitment to publish researches about his creativity, graphical thinking and learning.
A famous psychologist, Tony Buzan, claimed that he have invented a modern way of mapping out the mind. According to his claims, his idea was due to the inspiration he got from semantics which are popularized in novels of science fiction. He stated that instead of scanning an entire page “traditionally”, one can scan it in a non-linear new fashion way. Buzan was the one responsible for assumptions about the different hemispheres of the brain that needs to be utilized in order to promote an exclusive form of taking dire notes.
This concept is used in some aspects of applications though sometimes others don’t recognize it. Fields include education and learning, engineering, and even planning. If compared with the usual concept map, the structure is quire radial but is more simplified by having just one keyword put in the center and let all the patent information to rush around it.
Some of its important uses are concerned primarily in business (brainstorming and note-taking), education and family and even in your personal aspect of life. General clarification of thought, summarizing and even revising of figures is also within the scope of mapping. People can use this as a structuralized system of involving one topic to a central idea and let the flow of associated information line along it.
Mind mapping is created around a single text, word or idea that is placed in the center of the page. Then, ideas, concepts and words associated to it will be added. This shows that everything is connected with one another under a single idea. It’s more like deriving from one truth with several leaks.