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Knowledge Collaboration in Distributed Practice Communities

Srinivas Kudaravalli, Samer Faraj
2011 International Conference on Information Systems  
Approaches that take the social and situated nature of knowledge and learning into account, such as the literature on communities of practice, have been developed largely in relation to small, collocated  ...  The practices that enable knowledge collaboration in large, distributed environments, mediated by a variety of information technology and other artefacts, have not received attention.  ...  I think the good thing about (Alpha) is that among the members, there's a lot of collegiality and people will always share their time and expertise and their knowledge."  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/KudaravalliF11 fatcat:jbir5eczv5fijd4lsqtk2laxaq

Communities of Practice Approach for Knowledge Management Systems

Sitalakshmi Venkatraman, Ramanathan Venkatraman
2018 Systems  
With the advancement of technologies and social engineering that can connect people in the virtual world across time and distance, several organisations are embarking on knowledge management (KM) systems  ...  , implementing a community of practice (CoP) approach.  ...  Facilitators-individuals who help community members come together and facilitate communication among them.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems6040036 fatcat:eknz2enlyrc7llsgn257cmjypi

Conscious Intelligent Systems - Part 1 : I X I [article]

U. Gayathree
2006 arXiv   pre-print
In this first part of a two-part paper (titled IXI), we take a learning system perspective to the problem of consciousness and intelligent systems, an approach that may look unseasonable in this age of  ...  Such a perspective allows us to explain seamlessly a variety of natural factors, factors ranging from the rise and presence of the human mind, man's sense of I, his self-consciousness and his looping thought  ...  (In a companion paper that forms Part II of this discussion (5) we use the results of this discussion to reexamine the idea of understanding and see how the presence of mind affects its communication  ... 
arXiv:cs/0612056v1 fatcat:agy3j2z3bzafrbxutcc2xt3mum

Becoming a Posthuman Systemic Nomad Part I: Truth and trust

Robert Van Hennik
2019 Murmurations: journal of transformative systemic practice  
In this article I present a theoretical framework, inspired by Neo-Materialism, that integrates cybernetics and social-constructionism in contemporary systemic thinking.  ...  The question I ask is how to navigate complexity and offer accountability about the process of systemic learning, without getting drawn into the paradoxical spiral of control.  ...  He answered immediately and started talking about an orange ball. I was astonished and had no idea what he was talking about.  ... 
doi:10.28963/2.2.7 fatcat:lg6ds7rbffd7hmlx2376qgtswi

Part I: Foundations [chapter]

2021 Economy Studies  
Part I "The world is better served by syncretic economists and policymakers who can hold multiple ideas in their heads than by 'one-handed' economists who promote one big idea regardless of context."  ...  So I am sitting there in this big class and there is nothing critical at all being said about this model ... So I raised my hand and I posed some questions regarding loanable funds and money.  ...  Part I ■ Reclaiming Economics for Future Generations by Nicola Scott, Lucy Ambler, and Joe Earle, forthcoming.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048552801-005 fatcat:fcst76qtzzdtlcs5xji2ol6ipq

Towards organizing health knowledge on community-based health services

Mohammad Akbari, Xia Hu, Liqiang Nie, Tat-Seng Chua
2016 EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology  
Based on this scheme, we design a hierarchy-based health information retrieval system.  ...  Online community-based health services accumulate a huge amount of unstructured health question answering (QA) records at a continuously increasing pace.  ...  We compare among three schemes: our scheme without domain knowledge, our scheme with domain knowledge, and hierarchical LDA (hLDA).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13637-016-0053-x pmid:27917229 pmcid:PMC5114333 fatcat:auy2v7blbnhk3lj2blpec4al4i

Secure communications with an asymptotic secrecy model

Bo Yuan
2007 Knowledge-Based Systems  
As knowledge based systems become more sophisticated, communications between systems or among their subsystems often conducted over public channels such as the Internet, wireless medium, etc.  ...  In this paper, we proposes an asymptotic secrecy model to secure communications between and within knowledge based systems over public channels.  ...  Securing Communications of Knowledge Based Systems As knowledge based systems become ubiquitous and more complex, communications between systems and among subsystems are required for many applications.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.knosys.2007.01.006 fatcat:jyfqcrr23nasrm6ahammcbzuj4

Social Media, Knowledge Sharing, and Innovation: Toward a Theory of Communication Visibility

Paul M. Leonardi
2014 Information systems research  
I discuss the important implications of this emerging theory of communication visibility for work in the knowledge economy.  ...  ., knowledge of who knows what and who knows whom).  ...  routine part of most tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.2014.0536 fatcat:lbbmkakqyrfrbjpv5lpjuqjetm

Distributed Knowledge Construction in an Online Community of Inquiry

James Waters, Susan Gasson
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
We propose three levels of engagement that are examined through an empirical study of joint knowledge construction in an online community of inquiry.  ...  This paper examines sustained, socially-situated engagement in online learning communities.  ...  S11 S4 Complicator I just showed my value chain bias too -I only talked about models that create a product. I imagine there are a whole 'nother set of v-c.'  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.179 dblp:conf/hicss/WatersG07 fatcat:antkmwpdafdkhhi65as2jkbcua

Basic Income Grant, Communities, Indigenous Knowledge Systems – Imagining the New South African Society

Mongane Serote
2020 The Thinker  
Introduction For Africans to live and thrive as a people we must, as a nation, commit social and cultural suicide, so that parts of our nation come out of merely being the Masses and Grassroots.  ...  BIG) project has a potential to prime interests in community building projects.  ...  on the concepts of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS), Vuk'uzenzele, and acquired skills using the Basic Income Grant (BIG) as an incentive and in the process identify relevant and appropriate audited  ... 
doi:10.36615/thethinker.v85i3.384 fatcat:utb4emfuovdfjnlshdidodgpwi

Traditional indigenous healing: Part I

Roxanne Struthers, Valerie S. Eschiti, Beverly Patchell
2004 Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery  
It is important to have knowledge about this method of holistic healing so health care providers and nurses can integrate it into the health care for individuals and/or families that choose traditional  ...  I of a two part series.  ...  I'm out there to think and to listen and to hear the spiritsyWhen I go out there in the woods, I say a prayer, and I offer my tobacco, and I talk to the spirits in the woods.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ctnm.2004.05.001 pmid:15279855 fatcat:dwrhrmoqnvfzvizni4tq55ktjy

Parte I e II

Piyo Rattansi, Raphael Uchoa
2019 Circumscribere: International Journal for the History of Science  
One fundamental reason was that I got more from the academic community for our paper, among other things. So the next time Bob approached me I said yes, I will take the position.  ...  Then there would be differences among people in the physical laboratory community, so the kind of naïve questions I was raising could really deal with the problem.  ... 
doi:10.23925/1980-7651.2019v23;p01-22 fatcat:2yxljod6q5hrvmjhw7ah2qh6le

Part I: Introduction [chapter]

Irene Malcolm, Sue Jackson, Kate Thomas
2011 Gendered Choices  
The curriculum provides a broad and rigorous introduction to the biological and behavioral sciences and their interrelationships, and explores how this knowledge, in conjunction with studies in other fi  ...  Systems, organs, tissues, and cells are separable parts whose function and malfunction can be studied and treated.  ...  This approach gives a mechanistic quality to the ways that the body is envisioned and talked about.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0647-7_2 fatcat:7jrblkg6wvdbbj5aiqwocjslhq

Marshallian Industrial Districts Revisited. Part I

Jesús M. Zaratiegui
2004 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
He recognised that districts were a main territorial framework for knowledge-based economic growth.  ...  Through knowledge new methods, systems, products and processes can be found.  ...  In all these matters 'frank talk heals'; and, as the workman's knowledge and faculty expand, growing self-respect will give firmness and moderation to his policy (IT: 643).  ... 
doaj:d7d6537bcb544901adb94f773b753c6e fatcat:mescu5wfwrappplufb2wajpfbu

Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems at HICSS

Murray E. Jennex, Sven Dittes, Friedrich Chasin, David Croasdell, David King
2018 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
In this paper, we acquaint knowledge system researchers with a research community that has leveraged HICSS to develop a rich history of high-quality scholastic inquiry in the knowledge system, knowledge  ...  This paper presents an overview and history of the knowledge, innovation, and entrepreneurial systems (KIES) track and the knowledge and related systems research community at the Hawaii International Conference  ...  Additionally, a much shorter field report version of the paper appeared in the International Journal of Knowledge Management.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.04339 fatcat:7wappd3dprd7vgsseduiv7oedi
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