Most knowledge facesits cruel destiny – it is forgotten only a while after it is created.
KnowWebESPRIT EC Project (EU funded390k ECU)
|Project objectives: |
Utilising expertise of the project partners in ITs (knowledgeengineering, Web technologies) and management, and based on needs analysisof industrial partners a conceptual framework and a generic architecturefor computational support of organisational learning will be developed.To assess this framework, organisational memories will be prototyped incollaboration with the industrial partners and assessed in naturalisticsettings.
Within this framework the IT toolset will involve thefollowing functional modules:
a) Communication within the company, and
b) External communication, it means communication betweenthe company and its ‘constituency’ via Internet (support for presentationand marketing strategy).
The corporate memory (CM) will consist of two levels. "Physical" knowledge sources (i.e. documents, databases, knowledge-bases,e-mails, etc.) will create a "Physical level".
A "Conceptual/knowledge level" will be defined above the"Physical level". Nodes on this level will correspond to ‘concepts’ (whichwill be defined by means of ontologies) and their instances.
Concepts will be defined, managed and updated by a managerof CM (significant part of the concepts will depend on a application domain).
Both levels can be graphically represented as networks(entities interconnected with links). There are two types of linkson the Conceptual level - conceptual links (defined by ontologies) and"information" links.
Each entity on the Physical level will be linked to oneor more entities on the Conceptual level.
Retrieval engine will work on the Conceptual level andwith an information space of the given user.
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