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Knowledge Management in Optical Networks

Luis Velasco, Fatemehsadat Tabatabaeimehr, Marc Ruiz
2020 2020 22nd International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON)  
To this end, we propose a knowledge management (KM) process and an architecture to support it.  ...  network, has been recently proposed to minimize human intervention.  ...  SUMMARY The Knowledge Management (KM) process has been proposed aiming at a truly autonomous optical network operation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icton51198.2020.9203235 fatcat:gmbibf4ttrce3cu4tos6vduepy


Sergey Chernov
The article considers knowledge as a dynamic, self-developing process, which is a special object of modern management.  ...  The article considers knowledge as a dynamic, self-developing process, which is a special object of modern management.  ... 
doi:10.23683/2227-8656.2018.5.20 fatcat:mn2v3wrtpvd2zcn6fcrtnqyifu

Research on Network Knowledge Management Mode

2017 DEStech Transactions on Economics Business and Management  
the identification and management of tacit knowledge so as to realize the effective knowledge of network knowledge resources management, and promote knowledge innovation.  ...  The connotation of network knowledge management Network knowledge management refers to the use of computer hardware and software technology and communication technology and other information technology  ...  The Meaning of Network Knowledge Management Knowledge management content The Management Mode of Network Dominant Knowledge The traditional document information management mode is the process of information  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtem/icem2017/13163 fatcat:e67aqlzbgbbx7nzdtmqvvxmvda

Knowledge networks for managing innovation projects

C.S.L. Schutte, N.D. du Preez
2008 PICMET '08 - 2008 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering & Technology  
KN management requires a proactive, systematic approach to the planning and deployment of formalized networks for knowledge creation and transfer.  ...  Formally networking resources improves the ability of any participating enterprise to use/re-use knowledge, in a growing knowledge base.  ...  Knowledge Network a) The Knowledge Vision Yes The original vision was to develop a knowledge management structure to support innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/picmet.2008.4599662 fatcat:r3jqb43q4jb5th6mafswzsy6wy

Wireless sensor networks in knowledge management

José-Fernán Martínez, Pedro Castillejo, Marta Zuazua, Ana-Belén García, Lourdes López, Antonio DaSilva, Vicente Hernández
2010 Procedia Computer Science  
Knowledge management and ontologies are also helpful when WSN are used to monitoring and taking decisions.  ...  Research in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) necessarily touches on many research topics of Computer Science, Electronic Engineering and Telecommunication, basing on the existing work in related fields.  ...  The fifth chapter discusses the conclusions and future work to develop from this paper Related work: knowledge management in WSN Knowledge Management (KM) comprises a range of practices used by organizations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.04.257 fatcat:dpayhowvzva3dpoe5jda4e2jjm

Knowledge management in semantic social networks

Markus Schatten
2012 Computational and mathematical organization theory  
In the end possible applications to knowledge management are presented.  ...  The new approach to semantic social networks allows dynamic change of social network semantics and the establishment of the well known fishnet organization in a social network.  ...  Knowledge Based Team Management Another interesting problem that can be solved using semantic social networks is team management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10588-012-9141-y fatcat:mvq5uo3gxbe53l2zof7c2wv77u

Knowledge Management in Production Networks: Classification of Knowledge Reuse Techniques

Kurt Erich Dirk Sandkuhl, Alexander Viktorovich Smirnov
2018 Труды СПИИРАН  
Knowledge Management in Production Networks: Classification of Knowledge Reuse Techniques. Abstract.  ...  Many studies in the field of knowledge management indicate that enterprises and organizations establishing systematic sharing, transfer and reuse of knowledge can expect substantial benefits.  ...  The final search term used in all literature databases was as follows: ("Knowledge Management" OR "Knowledge Reuse") AND ("Production Network" OR "Manufacturing Network" OR "SME-network" OR "SME-cluster  ... 
doi:10.15622/sp.56.1 fatcat:dotcfwduofh57l55agejvoyqpe

A Knowledge Management System Using Bayesian Networks [chapter]

Patrizia Ribino, Antonio Oliveri, Giuseppe Lo Re, Salvatore Gaglio
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The companies' interest on a correct knowledge management is grown, more than interest on the mere knowledge itself. This paper proposes a Knowledge Management System based on Bayesian networks.  ...  In today's world decision support and knowledge management processes are strategic and interdependent activities in many organizations.  ...  The key thrust of this article has been to analyze the benefits of Bayesian Networks and Ontology based systems for knowledge management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-10291-2_45 fatcat:sbdqhfqgtjdc3jlbm3xl47fksi

Exploiting knowledge across networks through reputation management

Martin Christopher, Barbara Gaudenzi
2009 Industrial Marketing Management  
He has published widely in the field of relationship marketing, logistics and supply chain management. Prof.  ...  Christopher is a regular contributor to conferences and workshops around the world and the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals has awarded Prof.  ...  It can be argued that network competition requires a much greater focus on managing the interfaces that connect the individual players in that network and exchanging and leveraging knowledge across the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2008.12.014 fatcat:yo5qre6llzfrbm5kvbn7xgqtau

RDF-Based Knowledge Models for Network Management [chapter]

Jun Shen, Yun Yang
2003 Integrated Network Management VIII  
When deploying the multi-agent systems to network management environments, we have established a lightweight self-contained knowledge model based on RDF (Resource Description Framework) and its extensions  ...  SMlng (next generation structure of management information), an information model for network management, is a prospective structure of management information.  ...  Compared with Script MIB, our knowledge base system for network management can provide more diversified functions with more flexibility [11] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35674-7_15 fatcat:4s3wpcrv7rbjvk4cu5l46e6sum

Global Networks, Knowledge Management and World Cities

Silvio M. Brondoni
2011 Symphonya Emerging Issues in Management  
In global managerial economics, knowledge management thus becomes the crucial competitive factor, creating knowledge production hubs, particularly in cities with a high level of intangible consumption,  ...  Global markets are revolutionising the basic concepts of research, manufacturing and marketing, and developing corporate networks based on competitive alliances.  ...  In other words the success is determined by the capacity to manage accumulated knowledge (inside-out knowledge resources) and the sum of knowledge that can be acquired externally through network relations  ... 
doi:10.4468/2011.1.02brondoni fatcat:sh6k47anf5dkdowiihjbsnwrha

Networked Knowledge Management Dimensions in Distributed Projects

Ganesh Vaidyanathan
2006 International Journal of e-collaboration  
The role of peer-to-peer networks and grid computing on distributed knowledge management is also examined.  ...  Can knowledge capture and dissemination be managed efficiently? Is there a framework that addresses distributed knowledge management from creation to facilitation?  ...  How-ever, the firm-specific human capital of knowledge can be retained by using knowledge management systems (KMS).  ... 
doi:10.4018/jec.2006100102 fatcat:3cjxrgw5sfbu3pwdakpltfec6e

Context-oriented Knowledge Management in Production Networks

Kurt Sandkuhl, Alexander Smirnov
2018 Applied Computer Systems  
Knowledge management in such networks requires a context-oriented approach in order to accommodate for individual and organizational needs when providing relevant knowledge for complex tasks, such as value  ...  The focus of this paper is on the procedure by which to determine what actually has to be taken into account as part of the 'context' for establishing context-oriented knowledge management, how to capture  ...  In this step, it has to be differentiated between the implementation of the product network-wide knowledge management and the local knowledge management of each partner.  ... 
doi:10.2478/acss-2018-0011 fatcat:z6qz6psoz5hmza53cgssqz7ir4

Actor-networking engineering design, project management and education research: a knowledge management approach [chapter]

Jose Figueiredo
2010 Knowledge Management  
With this research we invest in the integration of four important areas of knowledge interweaved within the sphere of engineering management research: Actor-Network Theory, project management, engineering  ...  This integrative process is intended to manage knowledge creation and serve as a context to a reflexive process of organizational learning and engineering academic learning.  ...  Actor-networking engineering design, project management and education research: a knowledge management approach, Knowledge Management, Pasi Virtanen and Nina Helander (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-7619-94-7, InTech  ... 
doi:10.5772/9536 fatcat:rxmftjhx4jdvdo2mpsordtxpsi

Plenary Lecture: Knowledge Management or Knowledge-Cum-Values-Management?

Matjaz Mulej
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Abstract There is abundant literature on knowledge management, but we know of only two articles (of Mulej and co-authors) acknowledging interdependence of the human knowledge and the human values, recently  ...  The addressed thesis reads: Knowledge management that fails to consider human values and other emotions is too one-sided to prevent failures, which tend to result from one's / team's lack of requisite  ...  The literature on management theory is hardly more realistic by limiting itself to 'knowledge management' rather than the concept of 'knowledge-cum-values management'.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3282251 fatcat:lsi7m6x4pzgv5dgpxmf3oiaaji
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