Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge Management: Position Paper
2001) Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge Management: Position Paper. In Proceedings IJCAI 2001 Workshop on Ontology Learning, Seattle, USA. (
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Knowledge is only of value when it can be used effectively and efficiently. The management of knowledge is a key element in extracting its value. In this position paper we have outlined how we are addressing the issue of automating the Knowledge Acquisition process in order to reduce both required time and cost of KA, and subjectivity in the resulting ontology. Overall we believe, this will make knowledge management not only more acceptable in a commercial environment but also contribute to the overall productivity of the economy.
|Keywords:||knowledge acquisition, ontology, Natural Language Processing, Information Extraction|
|Subjects:||AKT Challenges > Knowledge acquisition|
|Deposited By:||Brewster, Christopher|
|Deposited On:||24 March 2003|
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