Integrated document and knowledge management for the knowledge-based enterprise

John McNaught, William Black, Fabio Rinaldi, Elisa Bertino, Andrew Brasher, Diana Deavin, Barbara Catania, D. Silvestri, Barbara Armani, Pietro Leo, Andreas Persidis, Giovanni Semeraro, Floriana Esposito, Vito Candela, Gian Piero Zarri, Luca Gilardoni

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    Abstract

    The CONCERTO project is concerned with the creation and management of knowledge repositories. The distinctive approach is the maintain an association between the textua form in which knowledge is expressed in source documents, and an expressive narrative knowledge representation language that supports inference and query operations. We first situate the CONCERTO approach in relation to current principles of knowledge management, before exploring three aspects of the mechanisms that CONCERTO supports: document management, acquisition of knowledge from text, and annotation base management. The concluding section gives an insight into how these mechanisms are being translated into changing working practices in a knowledge-based organisation within the CONCERTO consortium.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceddings of the Third International Conference on the Practical Application of Knowledge Management
    Place of PublicationBlackpool
    PublisherThe Practical Application Company
    Pages89-108
    ISBN (Print)1-902426-10-X
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

    Keywords

    • knowledge acquisition
    • knowledge representation
    • information extraction
    • natural language processing
    • artificial intelligence
    • knowledge management

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