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Toward a Technology for Organizational Memories
This article shows how their organizational memory serves as an intelligent assistant and deals with both formal and non-formal knowledge elements in a task-oriented fashion. Expand
Ontologies and the Semantic Web
This special issue of IC focuses on the use of the Web by computer systems and agents and argues that by supporting the notion of “getting work done,” the Semantic Web will become more useful, valuable, and pragmatic. Expand
Corporate Memories for Knowledge Management in Industrial Practice: Prospects and Challenges
This paper compares and summarizes the experiences from three case studies on Corporate Memories for supporting various aspects in the product life-cycles of three European corporations and sketches a general framework for the development methodology, architecture, and technical realization of a Corporate Memory. Expand
Knowledge networking: a holistic solution for leveraging corporate knowledge
The Know‐Net solution is presented, that aims to innovatively fuse the process‐centred approach with the product‐ Centred approach by developing a knowledge asset‐centric design and includes a theoretical framework, a corporate transformation and measurement method and a software tool. Expand
Transforming E-government and E-participation through IT
E-government and E-participation research aims to refocus government on its customers-citizens and businesses and provide the models, technologies, and tools for more effective and efficient public administration systems as well as more participatory decision processes. Expand
Semantic Web Services: Concepts, Technologies, and Applications
This volume delivers a self-contained compendium about the exciting field of Semantic Web services, starting with the basic standards and technologies and also including advanced applications in eGovernment and eHealth. Expand
Information supply for business processes: coupling workflow with document analysis and information retrieval
This work argues that enacted business processes — i.e. workflow management systems — form a solid basis for adequate information support in complex and knowledge-intensive business processes and demonstrates results from two different projects. Expand
Agent Technology for Distributed Organizational Memories: The Frodo Project
This paper presents the notion of a Distributed Organizational Memory (DOM) as a meta-information system with multiple ontology-based structures and a workflow-based context representation and argues that agent technology offers the software basis which is necessary to realize DOM systems. Expand
Between a Rock and a Hard Place : Cognitive Science Principles Meet AI Hard Problems
Different notions of argument historically have played a central role in artificial intelligence to model the diagnostic reasoning and decision making of medical experts. However, it was beyond theExpand