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Global Engineering, Manufacturing and Enterprise Networks
In this paper we propose a new dynamic model for knowledge in knowledge management. To analyze problems and relevant restrictions, two well-accepted knowledge representation models are discussed. The new model, Executable Knowledge Model (EKM), can distinguish foreground and background knowledge and it defines a determinable boundary for executable and nonexecutable knowledge in knowledge management. This model provides strong executable and testable properties of knowledge in knowledgedoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35412-5_39 fatcat:prmnh3cscbedfc3itl3hzzygle