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insight in·sight (ĭn'sīt')
Understanding, especially an understanding of the motives and reasons behind one's actions.
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].
in learning theory, immediate and clear learning or understanding that takes place without overt trial-and-error testing. Insight occurs in human learning when people recognize relationships (or make novel associations between objects or actions) that can help them solve new problems.