Gian Zarri

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  • Gian Zarri
  • Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management
  • 2011
In 1982, Allen Newell introduced the “knowledge level” principle (Newell, 1982) and revolutionized the traditional way of conceiving the relationships between knowledge management and computer science. According to this principle, the knowledge level represents the highest level in the description of any structured system: Situated above and independent(More)
In this paper, we introduce some of the data structures proper to NKRL (Narrative Knowledge Representation Language), a language expressly designed for representing, in a standardised way (metadata), the semantic content (the ‘meaning’) of complex multimedia documents. We will emphasise, in particular, some characteristics of the new version of NKRL,(More)
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