By Ludger van Elst
This booklet offers a coherent and well-balanced number of revised papers targeting agent-mediated wisdom administration. many of the papers are prolonged and enhanced types of labor awarded on the Symposium on Agent-Mediated wisdom administration, AMKM 2003, held throughout the AAAI Spring Symposium in Stanford, CA, united states in March 2003; additionally incorporated are three specific articles, together with an in depth creation to the subject by means of the quantity editors.
The 28 papers are prepared in topical sections on collaboration and peer-to-peer help
- agent-based neighborhood aid
- agent types for wisdom and firms
- context and personalization
- ontologies and semantic net
- brokers and information engineering.
Read or Download Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management: International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March 24-26, Revised and Invited Papers PDF
Similar management information systems books
Good fortune of a firm is more and more depending on its power to create an atmosphere to enhance the productiveness of information paintings. This publication specializes in the techniques, versions and applied sciences which are used to layout and enforce such an atmosphere. It develops the imaginative and prescient of a modular, but hugely built-in firm wisdom infrastructure and provides an awesome structure replete with present applied sciences and structures.
Details platforms (IS) are the spine of any association this day, assisting all significant company procedures. This e-book bargains with the query: how do those structures come into life? It offers a complete insurance of managerial, methodological and technological elements together with: administration judgements sooner than and through IS improvement, acquisition and implementation undertaking managementRequirements engineering and layout utilizing UMLImplementation, trying out and customization software program structure and platformsTool aid (CASE instruments, IDEs, collaboration tools)The publication takes into consideration that for many firms at the present time, inhouse improvement is just one of a number of thoughts to procure an IS.
This booklet describes informetric effects from the perspective of Lotkaian size-frequency features, i. e. features which are lowering energy legislation. motives and examples of this version are given exhibiting that it's the most crucial regularity among different attainable versions. This thought is then constructed within the framework of IPPs (Information construction approaches) hereby additionally indicating its relation with e.
Extra info for Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management: International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March 24-26, Revised and Invited Papers
Dignum and P. van Eeden. Seducing, Engaging, and Supporting Communities at Achmea. In Proceedings 4th European Conference on Knowledge Management, Oxford, UK, September 2003.  V. Dignum, H. Weigand, and L. Xu. Agent societies: Towards framework-based design. In M. Wooldridge, G. Weiss, and P. Ciancarini, editors, Agent-Oriented Software Engineering II, Lecture Notes on Artiﬁcial Intelligence 2222, pages 33–49. Springer-Verlag, 2001.  L. van Elst and A. Abecker. Ontologies for information management: balancing formality, stability, and sharing scope.
Risch. Edutella: A P2P networking infrastructure based on RDF. In Proceedings of WWW-2002. ACM Press, 2002.  I. Nonaka and H. Takeuchi. The Knowledge–Creating Company. Oxford University Press, 1995.  G. Papavassiliou, G. Mentzas, and A. Abecker. Integrating knowledge modelling in business process management. In Proceedings of the Xth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS-2002), Gdansk, Poland, 2002.  H. Van Dyke Parunak. What can agents do in industry, and why? An overview of industrially-oriented R&D at CEC.
Staab. A proactive inferencing agent for desk support. In S. Staab and D. O’Leary, editors, Proceedings of the AAAI Symposium on Bringing Knowledge to Business Processes, pages 44–52. AAAI Press, Menlo Park, 2000.  G. Schreiber, H. Akkermans, A. Anjewierden, R. de Hoog, N. Shadbolt, W. van de Velde, and B. Wielinga. Knowledge Engineering and Management: The CommonKADS Methodology. MIT Press, 1999.  S. Staab and A. Maedche. Knowledge portals: Ontologies at work. The AI Magazine, 22(2):63–75, 2000.