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  • Current research directions are looking at Data Mining (DM) and Knowledge Management (KM) as complementary and interrelated felds, aimed at supporting, with algorithms and tools, the lifecycle of knowledge, including its discovery, formalization, retrieval, reuse, and update. While DM focuses on the extraction of patterns, information, and ultimately knowledge from data (Giudici, 2003; Fayyad et al.

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  • The field of medical informatics has grown rapidly over the past decade due to the advances in biomedical computing, the abundance of biomedical and genomic data, the ubiquity of the Internet, and the general acceptance of computing in various aspects of medical, biological, and health care research and practice. This book aims to be complementary to several other popular introductory medical informatics textbooks.

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  • CL Research began experimenting with massive XML tagging of texts to answer questions in TREC 2002. In DUC 2003, the experiments were extended into text summarization. Based on these experiments, The Knowledge Management System (KMS) was developed to combine these two capabilities and to serve as a unified basis for other types of document exploration. KMS has been extended to include web question answering, both general and topic-based summarization, information extraction, and document exploration. ...

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  • Ebook Knowledge management and challenges in education in Education is compiled with the content: In defense of eclecticism and knowledge management editors, knowledge management challenges in curriculum design amid knowledge explosion sharaf rehman, iercing the armor of indifference a battle fought in a lassroom, lyon rathbun,...

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  • This book moves to the next stage, to focus on the people-the knowledge workers themselves. Noted expert Karl Wiig synthesizes recent research findings in cognitive science and related fields to describe how people actually work. He focuses on how people learn, remember, make decisions, solve problems and act-in general, how knowledge relates to work behavior. By understanding how people work, managers can improve effectiveness to gain competitive advantage.

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  • Projects have been in existence for thousands of years, dating back as far as Egyptian civilization and the construction of the pyramids. It is only recently that project management practices have evolved to the status of a discipline with proper methodology, tools, and techniques. Today, the need for efficient and effective management of projects within the organization comes about as a result of the increased competition in the marketplace.

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  • PERFORMANCE EFFECTS OF CORPORATE DWERSIFICATION: ROLES OF KNOWLEDGE RESOURCES, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The results presented in Section 1.5 offer no evidence that the allocation of effective schools is systematically different in high-choice than in low-choice markets. If Tiebout choice does not increase the probability that effective schools attract students from advantaged backgrounds, it is not clear how it can provide incentives that will lead administrators to exert greater effort....

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  • Under the influence of globalization, and the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) that modify radically our relationship with space and time, the hierarchical company locked up on its local borders becomes an Extended Company, without borders, opened and adaptable. In this context, from a Knowledge Management view point, the employees at their computerized desktop need to access new types of information.

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  • An enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an enterprise-wide application software package that integrates all necessary business functions into a single system with a common database. Its implementation is a complex process in terms of technology preparation and organizational change management. Although the importance of knowledge management (KM) in ERP implementation has been recognized, how to conduct knowledge management has not received deserved attention till now. The main objective of this paper is to develop a KMsystem to manage the knowledge of ERP implementation process.

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  • Given the important role being played by knowledge management (KM) systems in the current customer-centric business environment, there is a lack of a simple and overall framework to integrate the traditional customer relationship management (CRM) functionalities with the management and application of the customer-related knowledge, particularly in the context of marketing decisions.

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  • A critical aspect of business management is the successful creation of processes which drive the development of a continuous flow of innovation, to give a basis for competitive advantage. To reach this goal, the establishing of a knowledge management (KM) strategy may be considered the best way to channel the organization’s efforts to this end.

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  • Describe the software crisis and how the often dismal track record for information technology (IT) projects provides a motivation for changing how we view and manage IT projects.Explain the socio­technical, project management and knowledge management approaches that support ITPM. Define what an IT project is and describe its attributes. Define the discipline called project management. Describe the role and impact IT projects have on an organization. Identify the different roles and interests of project stakeholders.

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  • The Essentials Series was created for busy business advisory and corporate professionals.The books in this series were designed so that these busy professionals can quickly acquire knowledge and skills in core business areas. Each book provides need-to-have fundamentals for those professionals who must:

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  • Semantic Web Technologies provides a comprehensive overview of key semantic knowledge technologies and research. The authors explain (semi-)automatic ontology generation and metadata extraction in depth, along with ontology management and mediation. Further chapters examine how Semantic Web technology is being applied in knowledge management (“Semantic Information Access”) and in the next generation of Web services

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  • The essence of knowledge management is to improve organizational performance by approaching to the processes such as acquiring knowledge, converting knowledge into useful form, applying or using knowledge, protecting knowledge by intentional and systematic method, and knowledge management can be understood by innovation process of organization with individual to search for creative problem solving method.

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  • Along which basic lines could an organization which plans to invest in knowledge management proceed? What general initiatives can be suggested for knowledge management? First, an array of knowledge management goals and strategies is presented taken from theoretical and empirical studies which are then related to each other in the light of what we call a strategic intervention into an organization’s way of handling knowledge. We then make the case for the integration of process orientation into a comprehensive multi-dimensional framework for knowledge management strategies.

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  • This article examines the literature on case studies of knowledge management systems in use in organisations that develop software. We investigate knowledge management approaches in eight case studies, and what the reported bene ts are. Surprisingly, very few organisations claim to have lowered software production costs or increased the quality of the software. But many claim to have improved the work situation for software developers and managers.

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  • In this thesis we explore how knowledge management is performed in open source projects. Open source projects are often perceived as informal, even unmanaged. Still, they appear to manage knowledge acquisition and sharing sufficiently well to successfully develop software in such a distributed environment as the Internet. This thesis aims to explore that apparent contradiction, and thus complement the currently limited research in this field.

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  • Knowledge management systems (KMS) have been implemented in many organizations, yet little research exists to guide their successful development and implementation in practice. In fact, while some firms achieve successful outcomes with regard to their IT endeavours, others continue to fall victim to the technology productivity paradox. Further, little is known about the diversity of both systems and organizations that have successfully implemented them.

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  • Knowledge management (KM) deals with the management of knowledge-related activities (Wiig, 1997; Civi, 2000) such as creating, organizing, sharing and using knowledge in order to create value for an organization. A more formal definition of KM, given by the American Productivity and Quality Center, is ‘the strategies and processes of identifying, capturing and leveraging knowledge’ (Manasco, 1996). It is an emerging field that has gained considerable attention, predominantly from the industrial community.

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