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Thus, the K -Discovery project introduces a conceptual framework, an architecture and an implementation approach to create knowledge structures by generating topic maps in organizational memories. ... The K-Discovery project suggests applying topic maps to groupware systems to address the mentioned challenges. ... In this contribution, we describe the fundamental idea of the research project K -Discovery: Using topic maps to identify distributed knowledge structures in groupware-based organizational memories. ...doi:10.1109/hicss.2002.994047 dblp:conf/hicss/SmolnikN02 fatcat:elkpf5xsbza3fbrpkojksnlisi
The K-Discovery project suggests applying topic maps to groupwarebased organizational memories to create knowledge structures and address the mentioned challenges. ... One key problem is how to find relevant knowledge in continuously growing and distributed organizational memories. ... In section 4, we present the conceptual approach and primary idea of the K-Discovery project: Applying topic maps to groupware-based organizational memories to identify distributed knowledge structures ...doi:10.1109/iv.2002.1028799 dblp:conf/iv/SmolnikE02 fatcat:gwmvc4o3rrcvvk6fbjecwgv7qy
As a solution we chose topic maps to identify distributed knowledge structures in a process-oriented groupware environment. ... The increasing integration of groupware-based office systems in the internal business processes of companies leads to growing information memories. ... The use of topic maps as a solution for the identification of distributed knowledge structures in a process-oriented groupware environment is described in  . ...doi:10.1109/criwg.2001.951763 dblp:conf/criwg/HuthSN01 fatcat:6sclmbftybdapo36afwvxa6cfe
challenges organizations to consider the use of Collaborative Business, namely the combined deployment of groupware and e-business infrastructures. ... The CollECTeR series of conferences (http://www.collecter.org/) was established to link research centres at universities to form a basis for collaborative research in Electronic Commerce. ... Felix Hampe for his helpful comments This research paper has examined and reflected on some of the challenges of using ICTs to support community-based patients suffering chronic respiratory conditions ...doi:10.26041/fhnw-3081 fatcat:x7eqljzuvfbodi7gdmdacqbwem