This OWL overview is based on the official OWL documentation from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (McGuinness et al. 2004) and a guide to build OWL ontologies (Horridge et al. 2004). OWL is the most recently developed ontology language from the W3C. OWL is based on RDF (resource description framework), which is accepted as a formal language of meta-data… (More)
Knowledge management Systems (KMS) are IT applications that manage representations of organizational knowledge. This paper presents a conceptual model of KMS which adapts an artificial intelligence (AI) based view of knowledge. According to this view, knowledge can be defined in terms of agent, action, state, and goal. The conceptual model is intended to… (More)
Knowledge management systems (KMS) are increasingly becoming popular and important in managing organizational knowledge. This motivates a closer inspection of the degree of usability of various types of KMS. This paper is an analysis of KMS from a philosophical angle: with the help of veritistic social epistemology we analyze which KMS are likely to be used… (More)
Business dashboards that overuse or misuse colors cause cognitive overload for users who then take longer to make decisions.