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  • 1Knowledge Management — (KM) comprises a range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, distribute and enable adoption of what it knows, and how it knows it. It has been an established discipline since 1995 [Stankosky, 2005] with a body of… …

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  • 2Knowledge transfer — in the fields of organizational development and organizational learning is the practical problem of transferring knowledge from one part of the organization to another (or all other) parts of the organization. Like Knowledge Management, Knowledge …

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  • 3How to Read a Book — was written in 1940 by Mortimer Adler. He co authored a heavily revised edition in 1972 with Charles Van Doren. The book gives guidelines for critically reading what the authors consider to be the Western canon, which they refer to as the Great… …

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  • 4Knowledge market — is a mechanism for distributing knowledge resources. There are two views on knowledge and how knowledge markets can function. One view uses a legal construct of intellectual property to make knowledge a typical scarce resource, so the traditional …

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  • 5Knowledge economics — Articleissues wikify=March 2008 unreferenced=March 2008 OR=March 2008Knowledge economics is the study of knowledge as a commodity. Early history Knowledge first came into prominence in economics with the paper written by Friedrich Hayek in 1945… …

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  • 6Knowledge-Management — Wissensmanagement [ ˌmænɪdʒmənt] (englisch knowledge management) ist ein zusammenfassender Begriff für alle operativen Tätigkeiten und Managementaufgaben, die auf den bestmöglichen Umgang mit Wissen abzielen. Beiträge zum Wissensmanagement –… …

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  • 7Knowledge Management — Wissensmanagement [ ˌmænɪdʒmənt] (englisch knowledge management) ist ein zusammenfassender Begriff für alle operativen Tätigkeiten und Managementaufgaben, die auf den bestmöglichen Umgang mit Wissen abzielen. Beiträge zum Wissensmanagement –… …

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  • 8Knowledge representation — is an area in artificial intelligence that is concerned with how to formally think , that is, how to use a symbol system to represent a domain of discourse that which can be talked about, along with functions that may or may not be within the… …

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  • 9Knowledge entrepreneurship — describes the ability to recognize or create an opportunity and take action aimed at realizing the innovative knowledge practice or product. Knowledge entrepreneurship is different from ‘traditional’ economic entrepreneurship in that it does not… …

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  • 10Knowledge worker — Knowledge workers in today s workforce are individuals who are valued for their ability to act and communicate with knowledge within a specific subject area. They will often advance the overall understanding of that subject through focused… …

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  • 11Knowledge management — (KM) comprises a range of strategies and practices used in an organization to identify, create, represent, distribute, and enable adoption of insights and experiences. Such insights and experiences comprise knowledge, either embodied in… …

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  • 12Knowledge Science — is the discipline of understanding the mechanics through which humans and software based machines know, learn, change, and adapt their own behaviors. Throughout recorded history, knowledge has been made explicit through symbols, text and graphics …

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  • 13Knowledge integration — is the process of synthesizing multiple knowledge models (or representations) into a common model (representation).Compared to information integration, which involves merging information having different schemas and representation models,… …

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  • 14knowledge — know·ledge n 1 a: awareness or understanding esp. of an act, a fact, or the truth: actual knowledge (1) in this entry b: awareness that a fact or circumstance probably exists; broadly: constructive knowledge in this entry see also …

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  • 15Knowledge spillover — is an exchange of ideas among individuals.Carlino, Gerald A. (2001) Business Review [http://www.philadelphiafed.org/files/br/brq401gc.pdf Knowledge Spillovers: Cities Role in the New Economy.] Q4 2001.] In knowledge management economics, a… …

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  • 16Knowledge Search — (Korean:지식검색) service is an information sharing tool launched in 2002 for Naver users. The tool allows users to ask just about any question, such as how to cook ramen or how to subscribe to international magazines via the Internet, and get… …

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  • 17Knowledge engineering — (KE) has been defined by Feigenbaum, and McCorduck (1983) as follows: KE is an engineering discipline that involves integrating knowledge into computer systems in order to solve complex problems normally requiring a high level of human expertise …

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  • 18Knowledge building — theory was created and developed by Carl Bereiter and Marlene Scardamalia in order to describe what a community of learners need to accomplish in order to create knowledge. The theory address the need to educate people for the knowledge age… …

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  • 19Knowledge Mobilization — may be defined as putting available knowledge into active service to benefit society. It may be knowledge that has been gathered through systematic study or through experience. Both the research knowledge and experiential wisdom are worth sharing …

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  • 20Knowledge retrieval — is a field of study which seeks to return information in a structured form, consistent with human cognitive processes as opposed to simple lists of data items. It draws on a range of fields including Epistemology (Theory of knowledge), Cognitive… …

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