Agent based approach for organization and personal knowledge modelling: knowledge management perspective

  title={Agent based approach for organization and personal knowledge modelling: knowledge management perspective},
  author={Jānis Grundspeņķis},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing},
  • J. Grundspeņķis
  • Published 3 July 2007
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing
The paper tries to bridge gap between knowledge management and artificial intelligence approaches proposing agent-based framework for modelling organization and personal knowledge. The perspective of knowledge management is chosen to develop two conceptual models—one describes the intelligent enterprise memory, another models an intelligent organization’s knowledge management system. The concept of an agent-based environment of the knowledge worker for personal and organizational knowledge… 
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