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Ontology-Based User Modeling for Knowledge Management Systems
This paper is presenting a generic ontology-based user modeling architecture, (OntobUM), applied in the context of a Knowledge Management System (KMS), and it relies on a user ontology, using Semantic Web technologies, based on the IMS LIP specifications, and it is integrated in an ontological-based KMS called Ontologging. Expand
Using conversational agents to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices
An agent-based system designed to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices within communities based on a conceptual framework that identifies the pedagogical strategies best suited to support users through the various stages of the adoption process. Expand
Designing mature internet business strategies: The ICDT model
This paper illustrates a systematic approach to the analysis and classification of business-related Internet strategies, as well as a framework to guide the strategy-building process of companiesExpand
Intelligent Decision Support Systems: A Visual Interactive Approach
Visual interactive modeling principles and modeling by example offer concrete guidelines for developing user-centered DSS generators that exploit the advantages of visual modeling while supplyingExpand
Computers that Criticize You: Stimulus-Based Decision Support Systems
What do you expect from your assistants? Just efficiency in answering your inquiries? Or should they also raise relevant issues and offer their knowledge and experiences without request? TheExpand
Developing Mature Internet StrategiesInsights from the Banking Sector
A model used to analyze the type of Internet activities among a sample of banks as well as their level of sophistication and customization is useful not only for revealing unexploited opportunities in the banking sector but also for guiding the strategy-building process of organizations in other industries. Expand
Case-based decision support
Research in DSS should focus on defining “flexible environments in which learning about a decision situation can take place,” i.e. support decision makers in recursively redefining their problems and updating their aspirations until a form of stability (cognitive equilibrium) is obtained. Expand
eGovTube: Web2.0 collaboration to sustain innovation adoption in rural Living Labs
This paper aims at describing how a WEB2.0 collaborative tool can be implemented in the context of the reduction of Administrative Burdens in public services addressing the needs of SMEs spread inExpand
Understanding Organizational Dynamics of IT-Enabled Change: A Multimedia Simulation Approach
The EIS Simulation is a new computer-based multimedia simulation that allows managers to experience the process of introducing an EIS in a fictitious organization and provides a first step in the development of a new generation of pedagogical tools. Expand