Herausgeber: M.D. Lytras and A. Naeve
Buchtitel: Intelligent Learning Infrastructures for Knowledge Intensive Organisations: A Semantic Web Perspective
Verlag: Idea Group Publishing, Inc.
Knowledge management solutions relying on central repositories sometime have not met expectations, since users often create knowledge ad-hoc using their individual vocabulary and using their own decentral IT infrastructure (e.g., their laptop). To improve knowledge management for such decentralized and individualized knowledge work, it is necessary to, first, provide a corresponding IT infrastructure and to, second, deal with the harmonization of different vocabularies/ontologies. In this paper, we briefly sketch the technical peer-to-peer platform that we have built, but then we focus on the harmonization of the participating ontologies. Thereby, the objective of this harmonization is to avoid the worst incongruencies by having users share a core ontology that they can expand for local use at their will and individual needs. The task that then needs to be solved is one of distributed, loosely-controlled and evolving engineering of ontologies. In this paper we present a corresponding process template and a case study.
VG Wort-Seiten: 15
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Wissensmanagementmethodik, Wissensmanagementsysteme, Ontologiemodellierung, Ontology Engineering, Semantic Web, Ontologiebasierte Wissensmanagementsysteme