Initiating Organizational Memories Using Ontology Network Analysis
2002) Initiating Organizational Memories Using Ontology Network Analysis. In Proceedings ECAI 2002 Workshop on Knowledge Management and Organizational Memories (W-5, KMOM), Lyon, France. (
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One of the important problems in organizational memories is their initial set-up. It is difficult to choose the right information to include in an organizational memory, and the right information is also a prerequisite for maximizing the uptake and relevance of the memory content. To tackle this problem, most developers adopt heavy-weight solutions and rely on a faithful continuous interaction with users to create and improve its content. In this paper, we explore the use of an automatic, light-weight solution, drawn from the underlying ingredients of an organizational memory: ontologies. We have developed an ontology-based network analysis method which we applied to tackle the problem of identifying communities of practice in an organization. We use ontology-based network analysis as a means to provide content automatically for the initial set-up of an organizational memory.
|Subjects:||Status > AKT Showcase Papers|
AKT Challenges > Knowledge publishing
AKT Challenges > Knowledge maintenance
|Deposited By:||Kalfoglou, Dr Yannis|
|Deposited On:||29 May 2002|
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