Toward incorporating a task-stage identification technique into the long-term document support process

@article{Wu2008TowardIA,
  title={Toward incorporating a task-stage identification technique into the long-term document support process},
  author={I-Chin Wu and Duen-Ren Liu and Pei-Cheng Chang},
  journal={Inf. Process. Manage.},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={1649-1672}
}
Effective knowledge management in a knowledge-intensive environment can place heavy demands on the information filtering (IF) strategies used to model workers’ long-term task-needs. Because of the growing complexity of knowledgeintensive work tasks, a profiling technique is needed to deliver task-relevant documents to workers. In this study, we propose an IF technique with task-stage identification that provides effective codification-based support throughout the execution of a task. Task-needs… CONTINUE READING
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