Knowledge Technologies

Milton, Nick . Knowledge Technologies., 2008 Publishing Studies, 3 . POLIMETRICA. [Book]

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Several technologies are emerging that provide new ways to capture, store, present and use knowledge. This book is the first to provide a comprehensive introduction to five of the most important of these technologies: Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Based Engineering, Knowledge Webs, Ontologies and Semantic Webs. For each of these, answers are given to a number of key questions (What is it? How does it operate? How is a system developed? What can it be used for? What tools are available? What are the main issues?). The book is aimed at students, researchers and practitioners interested in Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence, Design Engineering and Web Technologies. During the 1990s, Nick worked at the University of Nottingham on the application of AI techniques to knowledge management and on various knowledge acquisition projects to develop expert systems for military applications. In 1999, he joined Epistemics where he worked on numerous knowledge projects and helped establish knowledge management programmes at large organisations in the engineering, technology and legal sectors. He is author of the book "Knowledge Acquisition in Practice", which describes a step-by-step procedure for acquiring and implementing expertise. He maintains strong links with leading research organisations working on knowledge technologies, such as knowledge-based engineering, ontologies and semantic technologies.

Item type: Book
Keywords: Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Based Engineering, Knowledge Webs, Ontologies, Semantic Webs, Technologies
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology.
H. Information sources, supports, channels.
A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information.
Depositing user: Viviana Sica
Date deposited: 27 Feb 2008
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:10
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/11158

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