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Issue No.06 - November/December (2008 vol.23)
pp: 63-71
Hai Zhuge , Chinese Academy of Science
ABSTRACT
The Knowledge Grid environment is an autonomous human-machine environment evolving with science, technology, culture, and society. It consists of autonomous individuals, self-organized semantic communities, an adaptive-networking mechanism, and an evolving semantic networking mechanism. A memex extension (ME) offers a general model for autonomous individuals in this environment. MEs are configurable, adaptive, and context-aware digital organisms that model various types of network resources and host distributed network software and devices. MEs organize themselves to perform tasks according to social and economical principles. The evolving environment supports the generation of new MEs through inheritance. The ME model is also a knowledge model that can actively detect problems and fuse with and inherit from others' knowledge to obtain a reputation in providing knowledge services. The ME model will advance information and knowledge in the Knowledge Grid environment. This article is part of a special issue on AI in China.
INDEX TERMS
adaptive systems, grid computing, knowledge based systems, memex extension
CITATION
Hai Zhuge, "The Knowledge Grid Environment", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.23, no. 6, pp. 63-71, November/December 2008, doi:10.1109/MIS.2008.111
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