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Here we have a graph depicting the Logical Tree of our ICT, Information, Computing, and Telecommunications Map, a prototype of a HKM,Human Knowledge Map. As you may see in more detail reading our White Papers, this Logical Tree or ICT Curricula, has been built with two complementary parts, the ACM 2001 Curricula and the RW, Rest of the World Curricula, based on the IFIP-UNESCO complemented by adding some themes extracted from some other prestigious academic centers.

The RW Curricula is organized in three sections: G, General Interest and Contextual Subjects; LT, The basic RW Curricula from the technical point of view; and U, the logical union of ICT with its basic founding disciplines. As a whole, the Logical Tree of our first Version of an ICT Map opens in 34 "branches" or collections of Cognitive Objects we name as "baskets". In the ACM part our users could "zoom" up to a fourth level of detail, as we show magnified in the figure for ACM=>NC=>NC3=> where we get to leaves that could be considered either specific topics or keywords.

We provide attached to the branches their derived keywords, only a global sample of the ICT Thesaurus which has more than 50,000 keywords. You are now invited to proceed browsing the Logical Tree by baskets. For each basket you will find "intelligent summaries" of Websites that were pre selected by our Agents and considered either Authorities or Hubs by our Staff of Editors, named i-URL's because they point to and describe the Websites contents located in their respective URL's. You may get these i-URL's with only a click of your mouse once you query our ICT Map database with a pair (k, s), keyword, subject.

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