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Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence | Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management - International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March

Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management

International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March 24-26, 2003, Revised and Invited Papers

Elst, Ludger van, Dignum, Virginia, Abecker, Andreas (Eds.)

2004, XI, 428 p.

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  • About this book

In this book, we present a collection of papers around the topic of Agent- Mediated Knowledge Management. Most of the papers are extended and - provedversions of work presented at the symposium on Agent-Mediated Kno- edge Management held during the AAAI Spring Symposia Series in March 2003 at Stanford University. The aim of the Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management symposium was to bring together researchers and practitioners of the ?elds of KM and agent te- nologiestodiscussthebene?ts,possibilitiesandadded-valueofcross-fertilization. Knowledge Management (KM) has been a predominant trend in bu- ness in recent years. Not only is Knowledge Management an important ?eld of applicationfor AIandrelatedtechniques,suchasCBRtechnologyforintelligent lessons-learned systems, it also provides new challenges to the AI community, like, for example, context-aware knowledge delivery. Scaling up research pro- typestoreal-worldsolutionsusuallyrequiresanapplication-drivenintegrationof several basic technologies, e.g., ontologies for knowledge sharing and reuse, c- laboration support like CSCW systems, and personalized information services. Typical characteristics to be dealt with in such an integration are: – manifold, logically and physically dispersed actors and knowledge sources, – di?erent degrees of formalization of knowledge, – di?erent kinds of (Web-based) services and (legacy) systems, – con?icts between local (individual) and global (group or organizational) goals.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » agent-based cooperation - agent-based workflow - agent-mediated knowledge management - case-based reasoning - knowledge discovery - knowledge engi - knowledge engineering - knowledge management - knowledge managment - knowledge processing - multi-agent systems - ontologies - ontology - organization - semantic web

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Business Information Systems - Database Management & Information Retrieval - HCI

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