insight


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insight

1. Psychol
a. the capacity for understanding one's own or another's mental processes
b. the immediate understanding of the significance of an event or action
2. Psychiatry the ability to understand one's own problems, sometimes used to distinguish between psychotic and neurotic disorders

INSIGHT

A simulation and modelling language especially for health care problems.

["Simulation Modeling with INSIGHT", S.D. Roberts Proc 1983 Winter Sim Conf, S.D. Roberts et al eds, pp.7-16].

Insight

(1) See CA-Insight and Lawson Insight.

(2) Being able to understand a situation at a greater depth than most people.
References in classic literature ?
I had become entirely free from insight, from my abnormal cognizance of any other consciousness than my own, and instead of intruding involuntarily into the world of other minds, was living continually in my own solitary future.
I turned my eyes from her with a horrible dread lest my insight should return, and I should be obliged to see what had been breeding about two unloving women's hearts.