Carlos Ruiz Moreno

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Knowledge Management systems are one of the key strategies that allow companies to fully tap into their collective knowledge. However, two main entry barriers currently limit the potential of this approach: i) the hurdles employees encounter discouraging them from a strong and active participation (knowledge providing) and ii) the lack of truly evolved(More)
Knowledge workers are central to an organization's success, yet their information management tools often hamper their productivity. This has major implications for businesses across the globe because their commercial advantage relies on the optimal exploitation of their own enterprise information, the huge volumes of online information, and the productivity(More)
Knowledge economy is more and more collaborative and decentralized, where knowledge is defined, used and shared across different groups and domains. Sharing this knowledge allows users to create knowledge-based communities but introduces security risks to organizations when confidential data is disclosed to competitors. This paper describes a semantic(More)
The paper presents the model of a context that is further used in the software tools that deliver proper pieces of information and knowledge to knowledge workers in their everyday professional activities. The main contribution of the paper is the upper-level context model which is a part of the PSI Upper-Level ontology. The formal correctness of the model(More)
Knowledge workers are central to an organisation's success – yet the tools they must use often stand in the way of maximising their productivity. ACTIVE (http://www.active-project.eu), an EU FP7 integrating project, addresses the need for greater knowledge worker productivity with three integrated research themes: easier sharing of information through(More)
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