Design thinking has a significant influence on innovation in business,
education, health, and other vital fields. This involves human-centered approaches lijke
fast prototyping, and abductive reasoning. There are many parallels and contrasts
between design visualized and a path to the innovative design of Human-Computer
Interaction (HCI). In this chapter, we will discuss the method of Hasse diagrams for
structured learning domains visualizing the progress of a learner through this domain
and reducing attrition through early risk identification, improving learning performance
and achievement levels, enabling more effective use of teaching time, and enhancing
performance learning design/instructional design.
Keywords: Empirical analyses, Grammar-based methods, Hasse diagrams, HCIKDD, Hashing method, Hyperbolic network trees, Internet slang, Linguistic detection techniques, LDA, Opinion mining, Parallel processing, Radar charts, Recommender systems, SVM, SHAP D2 algorithm, Semantic networks, Semantic compression, Vector space model, Web 2.0.