Multi-agent Architecture for Knowledge Fusion from Distributed Sources

@inproceedings{Smirnov2001MultiagentAF,
  title={Multi-agent Architecture for Knowledge Fusion from Distributed Sources},
  author={Alexander V. Smirnov and Mikhail Pashkin and Nikolay Shilov and Tatiana Levashova},
  booktitle={CEEMAS},
  year={2001}
}
Current trends require using a global information environment (infosphere), including end-users and loosely coupled knowledge sources (experts, knowledge bases, repositories, documents, etc.), for decision-making. The vast diversity of the knowledge source management tools has made the problem of knowledge fusion from infosphere's distributed knowledge sources actual. Knowledge logistics as a new direction of knowledge management assumes presence of fusion processes. The paper is devoted to… CONTINUE READING

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