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Issue No.01 - January/February (2001 vol.16)
pp: 26-34
ABSTRACT
<p>Increases in product complexity, the move toward globalization, the emergence of virtual organizations, and the increase in focus on customer orientation all demand a more thorough and systematic approach to managing knowledge. Knowledge management is a major issue for human resource management, enterprise organization, and enterprise culture. But IT plays a major supporting role in managing knowledge.</p> <p>The authors present an approach for ontology-based knowledge management that includes a suite of tools as well as a methodology for developing ontology-based KM systems. Their approach builds on the distinction between knowledge process and knowledge metaprocess. They illustrate their methodology with CHAR, a knowledge management system for corporate history analysis.</p> <p>The challenges lie in analyzing KM processes and dynamically updating the KM solution. The authors' framework is designed to help leverage these evolving systems by providing a concise view of the problem.</p>
INDEX TERMS
knowledge management, knowledge process, ontology
CITATION
Rudi Studer, Hans-Peter Schnurr, Steffen Staab, "Knowledge Processes and Ontologies", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.16, no. 1, pp. 26-34, January/February 2001, doi:10.1109/5254.912382
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