Finding the Right Answer : An Information Retrieval Approach Supporting Knowledge Sharing

@inproceedings{Ludermir2005FindingTR,
  title={Finding the Right Answer : An Information Retrieval Approach Supporting Knowledge Sharing},
  author={Pablo Gomes Ludermir and Renata S. S. Guizzardi and Diego Sona},
  year={2005}
}
Knowledge Management can be defined as the effective strategies to get the right piece of knowledge to the right person in the right time. Having the main purpose of providing users with information items of their interest, recommender systems seem to be quite valuable for organizational knowledge management environments. Here we present KARe (Knowledgeable Agent for Recommendations), a multiagent recommender system that supports users sharing knowledge in a peer-to-peer environment. Central to… CONTINUE READING

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