A Core Ontology of Know-How and Knowing-That for improving knowledge sharing and decision making in the digital age

@article{Ghrab2016ACO,
  title={A Core Ontology of Know-How and Knowing-That for improving knowledge sharing and decision making in the digital age},
  author={Sahar Ghrab and In{\`e}s Saad and Gilles Kassel and Fa{\"i}ez Gargouri},
  journal={Journal of Decision Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={138-151}
}
This paper proposes a Core Ontology of Know-How and KnowingThat (COOK). Know-How and Knowing-That are two types of knowledge according to the epistemological point of view. COOK is founded on work analysis in epistemology, philosophy of capacity/ disposition and philosophy of action. This work allows to establish a conceptual analysis of Know-How and Knowing-That. Know-How is defined as the disposition to perform a type of action, whereas Knowing-That is defined as a belief state and concerns a… CONTINUE READING

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