Semantic Knowledge Management

Un libro in lingua di Zilli Antonio (EDT) Damiani Ernesto (EDT) Ceravolo Paolo (EDT) Corallo Angelo (EDT) Elia Ginluca edito da Igi Global, 2008

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Zilli (e-business management, U. of Salento, Italy) and his co-editors assemble 28 chapters that detail how to develop a semantic-based knowledge management system. In the first section, participants in a computer science research group describe the activities, results, and prototypes developed from the KIWI (Knowledge-based Innovation for the Web Infrastructure) project, funded by the Italian Ministry of Research. Other chapters are by contributors working in computer science and engineering from Europe and Malaysia and cover such topics as search engines, peer-to-peer interaction, e-learning, and workflow management, along with case studies of specific applications. A few grammar errors suggest that certain chapters are written by individuals whose first language is not English. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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