K-ShaRe: Knowledge Sharing and Reuse in AKT.
2001) K-ShaRe: Knowledge Sharing and Reuse in AKT.. Technical Report AUCS/TR0103, Department of Computing Science, University of Aberdeen. (
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This paper clarifies the major aims and objectives of knowledge sharing and reuse proposed to the AKT consortium, denoted as K¡ShaRe (and pronounced key-share). Firstly, we outline the regions of the knowledge modelling space which we will focus on, discussing some principles underpinning the K¡ShaRe vision such as the choice of abstraction, type and representation levels. Secondly, we introduce the notion of levels of competence in knowledge management, detailing the major functionalities at each level, with particular emphasis on sharing and reuse reuse functionalities. We present simple examples of each functionality, discussing their mutual links and providing hints for their implementation. Finally, we summarise some relevant features of an intelligent knowledge management environment currently under development. This environment, called ConcepTool, will provide support for knowledge reuse as well as for other knowledge lifecycle activities.
|Subjects:||AKT Challenges > Knowledge reuse|
|Deposited By:||Ajit, Suraj|
|Deposited On:||10 July 2003|
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