Thierry Nabeth

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This paper describes an artificial agent system, designed to help people to adopt new knowledge sharing behaviours. This agent continuously observes the actions of the user in order to build and maintain a "behavioural profile" reflecting the level of adoption of the "desired" behaviours. Using this profile, and relying on a model borrowed from change(More)
In this paper, we present an agent-based system designed to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices within communities. The system is based on a conceptual framework that, by modelling the adoption of knowledge management practices as a change process, identifies the pedagogical strategies best suited to support users through the various stages(More)
Setting-up successful virtual communities represents an effective way for facilitating the circulation of knowledge in organizations and groups. However the design of such successful communities represents a main challenge that is principally related to the difficulty to engage people into a knowledge exchange process and to establish a sustainable level of(More)
This paper describes an agent-based system designed to guide, monitor, and stimulate managers towards the understanding of knowledge management concepts and the adoption of knowledge management practices in organizational contexts. In particular, we focus on the mechanisms needed to support the adoption of knowledge sharing processes, which are vital to(More)
This paper presents the design principles, development and implementation of an e-learning framework, called Intelligent Cognitive Agents (InCA). The InCA framework is an ontology driven system articulated according to three interrelated components: (1) a user ontology that covers various characteristics of the user and an inferred behavioral profile (2) a(More)
This paper describes an artificial agent system, designed to help people in organizations to learn and to adopt knowledge-sharing practices. The agent, a personal assistant, continuously analyses the actions of the user in order to build and maintain a "behavioural profile" reflecting the level of adoption of the "desired" behaviours. Using this profile,(More)
The Internet is increasingly being employed as a means to facilitate the social process of human communities, and in particular a large variety of categories environments and mechanisms (such as Email, forums, blogs, wikis, reputation systems, MMORPG, etc.) are now available to mediate people interaction. This paper analyses the concept of identity in the(More)
People attention represents one of the most precious intangible asset of modern organizations. In this paper we propose a model that describes how to better support attentional processes using virtual environments. The model relies on four different levels of attention support: (1) a perception level, aiming at optimising the observation and the selection(More)