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The expediency of further participants' research and structure of the world intellectual economy is substantiated. ... It is established the essence of the intellectual economy and its main participants that form the structure of the world intellectual economy. ... of formation of the world intellectual economy requires an additional research, as well as evaluating the factors of influence on its structure. ...doi:10.35774/jee2018.04.441 fatcat:6w46ustw3nbgln37abvwckzdeq
All Enterprise 2.0 as a concept subsumes the efforts of adopting social software, originating from the public Internet, for use in enterprise contexts and for professional purpose (McAfee 2006) . ... system in favor of the organization mechanism design for enterprise knowledge governance. ... Different with Wikipedia and BLOG on World Wide Web, E2.0 as a concept subsumes the efforts of adopting social software, origination from the public Internet, for use in enterprise contexts and for professional ...doi:10.14257/ijunesst.2015.8.1.19 fatcat:zbvx3apouzaazeylqmowazyaiq
This paper uses a knowledge network model based on self-organization theory to study structural problems of enterprise knowledge system evolution, and this model provides practical and theoretical value ... for solving the problem of knowledge collaboration among IT service outsourcing enterprises. ... Therefore, the structural entropy of the network can be used to measure the ordered degree of the knowledge network structure. ...doi:10.17559/tv-20190611082156 fatcat:bhjnwz3ixbhofpqnrbassspp5e
Behavior Research Methods
The importance of world knowledge is that a tutor builds new knowledge structures onto an old knowledge base, and, for some topics, a tutor may tap some very miscellaneous ideas in an attempt to teach ... Perhaps the most important factor is that of making explicit the types of knowledge used by both the tutor and the student. The second factor is the problem-solving behavior engaged in by the tutor. ...
2016 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for The Muslim World (ICT4M)
Factors that influence knowledge management (KM) and knowledge sharing (KS) have many potential benefits in the decision-making process for augmenting organizational performance. ... The main purpose of this study is to examine the antecedent factors that predominately influence academics' Knowledge management and sharing (KM&S) intention for universities KM practices. ... The main purpose of this study is to examine the antecedent factors that predominately influence academics' Knowledge management and sharing (KM&S) intention for universities KM practices. ...doi:10.1109/ict4m.2016.025 fatcat:quw47uki2nfbjfktl62ypavtzi
The formalization allows us to sharpen the distribution by determining and propagating the effects of knowledge about the world. ... First, we identify five priors, each capturing structure inherent to the physical world that is relevant to the search problem. ... The formalization allows us to sharpen the distribution by determining and propagating the effects of combining knowledge about the world. ...doi:10.1109/iros.2014.6942962 dblp:conf/iros/LorbachHB14 fatcat:xv3t462yhbevfjr33no5unhouu
We have analyzed the data using factor analysis and deleted 10 most redundant questions. ... This paper presents an empirical study to learn more about challenges in carpet industry using factor analysis. ... Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank the anonymous referees for constructive comments on earlier versions of this paper. ...doi:10.5267/j.msl.2012.10.019 fatcat:4adoakk7frbc5hsfnwedpou4eu
Therefore, the study of knowledge economy marketing becomes more and more relevant.The paper is aimed to develop a technique for selection of the key parameters for building the model of national knowledge ... These indicators are interpreted as key factors of the knowledge economy.Based on the suggested mathematical functions, the authors assessed the value of every key factor within the selected group. ... Thus, the knowledge economy concept is widely used by the OECD and the World Bank for elaborating the national development strategies. ...doi:10.21511/im.15(1).2019.08 fatcat:hcmz33bx2ngjjjrgv5xppny5hq
Then content-related relationships were selected for each pair. In addition, a hierarchical interpretive structural model was created using a structural interpretive technique. ... The findings show that knowledge-based economy is the underlying factor and the import substitution variable is one of the most dependent factors of the ISM model. ... Knowledge-based economy, free trade zones, effective structural change and value-added trade were identified as key factors influencing other model factors. ...doi:10.11648/j.ml.20200604.11 fatcat:x5sajsot5bdlfn56zl3mri4pdq
The application of knowledge is one of the main sources of growth in the global economy and it becomes the strategic factor for the success. ... In 1999 the World Bank Institute launched a project entitled "Knowledge for Development". ... In below table knowledge related indexes are given for World and Turkey. ...doi:10.17261/pressacademia.2017.597 fatcat:vbqmzbsqarbz3cdglq3ia72rvm
For the football model, we used both data and knowledge. ... However, knowledge about missing explanatory factors enables us to question such inferences and improve the structure of a BN model and improve accuracy. 1 But how do we properly fuse knowledge with ...doi:10.1111/j.1740-9713.2018.01126.x fatcat:tqy72ggoh5aazdnp6rva5iveom
I outline a theory of knowledge that I first proposed in my 2015 FQXi essay on which knowledge has the structure of a scale-free network. ... Instead, we get hubs of knowledge that have equal importance. ... So we can have a strong role for both the physical world and sociological factors in determining what we regard as the "true" structure of knowledge. ...arXiv:1810.05272v1 fatcat:a7jdkonu4jadhievccmz7oqzwq
The validity of the model makes it possible to argue that it can be used as a public policy tool for the implementation of knowledge management initiatives in universities. ... The factors "organizational culture", "human resources", "organizational structure", as the processes of creation, storage and use of information demonstrate the highest degree of compliance (value is ... Acknowledgement This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors. ...doi:10.24818/amp/2021.37-10 fatcat:wdrsrishlnfojmm5alauywn62u
to multi-sourced), and the structure of knowledge (ranging from an unorganized accumulation of facts to or an integrated well-structured or illstructured configuration)  . ... It only remains for many of us to work collaboratively (and perhaps competitively) to investigate and understand the inner workings of this web. ...doi:10.19080/pbsij.2017.07.555724 fatcat:un4d5fromvghxlszej2e77fllq
to a verb and its arguments, a component that uses contextual and real-world knowledge, and modules that represent both the local and global focus of discourse. ... In general, it seems to us that reliable large scale modelling of real-world and contextual factors is beyond the capabilities of current computational systems. ...
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