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Modelling distributed knowledge processes in next generation multidisciplinary alliances

A.G. Kanfer, C. Haythornthwaite, G.C. Bowker, B.C. Bruce, N. Burbules, J. Porac, J. Wade
Proceedings Academia/Industry Working Conference on Research Challenges '00. Next Generation Enterprises: Virtual Organizations and Mobile/Pervasive Technologies. AIWORC'00. (Cat. No.PR00628)  
This project examines knowledge processes and technology in distributed, multidisciplinary scientific teams in the National Computational Science Alliance (Alliance), a prototypical next generation enterprise  ...  Current research on distributed knowledge processes suggests a critical conflict between knowledge processes in groups and the technologies built to support them.  ...  In the next section we describe the set of methods our team is employing to understand how knowledge processes can be distributed in a multidisciplinary alliance.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aiworc.2000.843277 dblp:conf/aiworc/KanferBHBWBP00 fatcat:6hemzye6bzeutgjcltghcfdd5e

Mind the Gap: Big Data vs. Interoperability and Reproducibility of Science [chapter]

Max Craglia, Stefano Nativi
2018 Earth Observation Open Science and Innovation  
It also needs an underpinning information infrastructure geared towards sharing data, information and knowledge across multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary boundaries.  ...  In this context, the reproducibility of science is not just about the ability to repeat an experiment but also about the transparency of the process leading to a shared outcome.  ...  (continued) Content Harmonization and Information/Knowledge Generation: The Brokering Framework The Brokering framework In a complex ecosystem of domain infrastructures like GEOSS, multidisciplinary  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-65633-5_6 fatcat:rtz4ff4q2jbg3gdfpakfdnkthu

Page 470 of The Journal of the Operational Research Society Vol. 60, Issue 4 [page]

2009 The Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Two young professors from different universities were invited to participate in this 7-year multidisciplinary effort and so help build an alliance with the next generation of researchers.  ...  with the next generation of academic OR investigators at several universities.  ... 

Agile manufacturing: A taxonomy of strategic and technological imperatives

A. Gunasekaran, Y. Y. Yusuf
2002 International Journal of Production Research  
Manufacturing/service processes based on AM are characterized by customer-supplier integrated processes for product design, manufacturing, marketing, and support services.  ...  In recent years, a number of research papers have been published in the area of AM. The term'agile' was coined in 1991.  ...  The next-generation intelligent manufacturing systems (IMSs) will be multi-agent systems containing distributed control and application entities that dynamically collaborate to satisfy both local and global  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540110118370 fatcat:tgf75vygvzdolffzdixgkno5lm

Knowledge Management in Open Innovation Paradigm Context: High Tech Sector Perspective

Eigirdas Žemaitis
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Innovation activities in high tech sector require broad level of collaborative, creative efforts and effective knowledge management models for the companies.  ...  Although new communication paradigms and collaborative working environments are not enough reflected as possible tools for creation of knowledge for innovation processes.  ...  This process can be described as knowledge cocreation. Selection of strategic alliance partners requires multiple criteria evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.12.859 fatcat:b7mix736hjguxl233jwy6w6u4q

A study on the logistics and performance of a real 'virtual enterprise'

John P.T. Mo, Mingwei Zhou, Julia Anticev, Laszlo Nemes, Martin Jones, William P. Hall
2006 International Journal of Business Performance Management  
He has a wide research expertise in computer integration manufacturing, enterprise architecture methodology, data communication, process modelling, and robotics.  ...  This paper describes the processes that occurred in the alliance, the techniques that were used to identify the information and work flow in the supply chain. Biographical notes: Dr. John P.T.  ...  The authors were also grateful to the kind cooperation of the ANZAC Ship Alliance and project members of the Harpoon project without which this study would be impossible.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbpm.2006.009034 fatcat:73bfatkx7rbidbatvsxjhbzipy

Unity in diversity: toward a common professional vision of health sciences librarianship

M M Opena
1996 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
To meet these challenges, health information professionals must commit to spending the time necessary to engage in both professional and personal growth.  ...  not in hard assets but in the capacity of a country or an organization to acquire, generate, distribute, and apply knowledge strategically and operationally; * heterogeneity of markets or users; presence  ...  The understanding of the process of knowledge, epistemology, is explicitly included in the description of natural phenomena.  ... 
pmid:8938338 pmcid:PMC226133 fatcat:z6ipw4fcoffe7aqf7wjoxo2yyy

Innovative public-private partnership to support Smart City: the case of "Chaire REVES"

Laurent Dupont, Laure Morel, Claudine Guidat, Amel Attour and Thierry Burger-Helmchen
2015 Journal of Strategy and Management  
Purpose-French universities can play a key role in generating Smart City approach through an innovative Public-Private Partnership dedicated to urban transformation.  ...  Originality/value-Based on the Living Lab concept our case study shows a concrete regional university strategy involving: user-centric design, collaborative processes, citizens' workshops and new financial  ...  Due to the eco-neighborhood project complexity, we had to transform knowledge and know-how of stakeholders to generate a "distributed collaborative design" process (Dupont, 2009) . 3-Cooperation with  ... 
doi:10.1108/jsma-03-2015-0027 fatcat:sszd3rabcbeg5dsrpd64fost74

Point-and-Click Pedagogy: Is it Effective for Teaching Information Technology?

Mark Angolia, Leslie R Pagliari
2016 Journal of Information Technology Education  
Correlation studies and analysis of variance investigated data collected from 10 individual course sections over a two-and-one-half-year period in a four-year public university.  ...  Academic alliances promote practical and future-oriented education while providing access to proprietary software and technology.  ...  of conceptual process knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.28945/3546 fatcat:zv5wo7z3rrgrneourmm4nklfte

Passing the Baton: A Grounded Practical Theory of Handoff Communication Between Multidisciplinary Providers in Two Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Settings

Christopher J. Koenig, Shira Maguen, Aaron Daley, Greg Cohen, Karen H. Seal
2012 Journal of general internal medicine  
This study examines handoff communication within multidisciplinary provider teams in two outpatient settings.  ...  APPROACH: Audio-recorded interviews were transcribed and analyzed using Grounded Practical Theory to develop a theoretical model of and a descriptive framework for handoff communication among multidisciplinary  ...  general terms, a process known as theoretical reconstruction, to make habitual communication techniques and values explicit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-012-2167-5 pmid:22868947 pmcid:PMC3539021 fatcat:bw6skow76naihnh2rxedfjg5we

Knowledge Development Approaches and Breakthrough Innovations in Technology-Based New Firms

Dzidziso Samuel Kamuriwo, Charles Baden-Fuller, Jing Zhang
2017 The Journal of product innovation management  
The internal mode assembles knowledge inside the firm to generate its innovations, whereas the external mode relies heavily on alliances to develop and assemble knowledge among firms embedded in a creative  ...  Building on the innovation and strategy literatures, the study identifies two different knowledge-development approaches or modes (business models) in TBNFs-internal versus external-and examines their  ...  These issues are touched on in more detail in the next section.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jpim.12393 fatcat:74rhqldofrcfffuz3oojdtws4y

Comprehensive evaluation of a prospective Australian patient cohort with suspected genetic kidney disease undergoing clinical genomic testing: a study protocol

Kushani Jayasinghe, Zornitza Stark, Chirag Patel, Amali Mallawaarachchi, Hugh McCarthy, Randall Faull, Aron Chakera, Madhivanan Sundaram, Matthew Jose, Peter Kerr, You Wu, Louise Wardrop (+5 others)
2019 BMJ Open  
Patients will be included if they are referred to one of the multidisciplinary renal genetics clinics and are deemed likely to have a genetic basis to their kidney disease by the multidisciplinary renal  ...  usual care.Ethics and disseminationThe project has received ethics approval from the Melbourne Health Human Research Ethics Committee as part of the Australian Genomics Health Alliance protocol: HREC/  ...  advances in genomic sequencing have enabled rapid and cost-effective sequencing of large amounts of DNA 3 via massively parallel sequencing, otherwise known as next generation sequencing (NGS).  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029541 pmid:31383705 pmcid:PMC6687024 fatcat:mupw6qmmwfcxbakzmn2l4wc6vm

Design as a process tool of collaborative and multidisciplinary learning in society

João Bernarda, Ana M. Ferreira, Carlos Silva, Inês Queiroz
2017 The Design Journal  
The methodology is distributed in three phases.  ...  In the framework of an ongoing research project having a case study (L3 Project) and the results of their activities, it was possible to retain the following data: the increase of knowledge by the exchange  ...  Fig. 4 - 4 Fig.4 -Multidisciplinary and collaborative brainstorming processes (L3 project). Fig. 5 - 5 Fig.5 -Multidisciplinary and collaborative brainstorming processes (L3 project).  ... 
doi:10.1080/14606925.2017.1353035 fatcat:kdrghb7uqfbpfnldfwvlc7feza

Justification for the next generation of maintenance modelling techniques

E K Doyle, C-G Lee, D I Cho
2009 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Two young professors from different universities were invited to participate in this 7-year multidisciplinary effort and so help build an alliance with the next generation of researchers.  ...  EK Doyle ef a+—Maintenance modelling techniques for next generation 465 Bruce B - PassPort From ane oem Preventive Maintenance Figure 1 Bruce Powe a = Figure 2 2.1.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2602561 fatcat:37h2ggjm2zgrxcvvshzw7jbxma

Grids, the TeraGrid and beyond

D.A. Reed
2003 Computer  
Each partnership consists of a leading-edge site, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) in Urbana-Champaign for the Alliance, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) in San Diego  ...  The National Science Foundation PACI Program supports two partnerships: the National Computational Science Alliance (Alliance) and the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI  ...  It will also require grid-based distributed access to genomic, protein, and metabolic databases and computational modeling of biological processes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2003.1160057 fatcat:ecffqp46zbdzpjfdjna6wreazi
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