These techniques involve the construction and filling-in of a 2-dimensional matrix (grid, table). Useful examples are:
The elements within the matrix can contain:
The use of frames (see knowledge models) can also be adopted, although this would typically be used for validating previously acquired knowledge rather than for eliciting knowledge from scratch.
Timelines (see knowledge models) can also be used to acquire time-based knowledge.
Other Knowledge Acquisition Techniques:
Protocol Analysis techniques
Repertory Grid technique
Limited-Information and Constrained-Processing tasks