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|Accessing Information is not Acquiring Knowledge
Knowledge is a construct that is created in the mind of the user, as a result of the cycle of accessing, processing and understanding information.Concurrent Knowledge Systems Engineering
To build a knowledge system, it is necessary to specify the purposes in building the system, the domain description, reasoning and decision criteria, user and system interfaces, and a set of case examples to use in testing.Definition of Knowledge
Definition of Knowledge Phenomenological LiteratureEpistemology Research Guide
A Priori Knowledge Analyticity Basing Relation Coherence Theories Conceptual Analysis Critical Pieces/Reviews Empiricism/ Rationalism Ethics of Belief/ Epistemic Goal Evolutionary Epistemology Explanation Fallibilism/Infallibilism Foundationalism Gettier Problem Given, The / Sense-Data Induction InEpistemology, Philosophy, Terms And Concepts
epistemology[ipis´´tumol´ujE] Pronunciation Key [Gr.,=knowledge or science], the branch of philosophy that is directed toward theories of the sources, nature, and limits of knowledge.Knowledge and Information Systems (KAIS)
Knowledge and Information Systems (KAIS) is a peer-reviewed archival journal published by Springer. It provides an international forum for researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and report new advances on all topics related to knowledge systems and advanced information systems.Selected Publications of the Knowledge Systems Group
Knowledge Systems Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Natural Language Processing Automated Modeling Knowledge-Base Access Machine LearningThe Knowledge Management Network
Knowledge Management information technologies Research Sociology of Knowledge Management Overall Framework of Knowledge Management Knowledge Transfer Knowledge GenerationTheory of Knowledge
Epistemic Probability Subjectivity Skepticism Naturalized Epistemology A Global Theory of Knowledge for the Future Epistemology of Science Systems Thinking Theory of KnowledgeUser Analysis for Knowledge Management
The key defining criteria for knowledge products and services is the needs of the end-user.What is knowledge management?
... it's best to think of knowledge management in the broadest context. Succinctly put, KM is the process through which organizations generate value from their intellectual and knowledge-based assets.