A semantic wiki to support knowledge sharing in innovation activities
|A semantic wiki to support knowledge sharing in innovation activities|
|Author(s)||Lahoud I., Monticolo D., Hilaire V., Gomes S.|
|Published in||Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering|
|Keyword(s)||Innovation, Knowledge creation, Knowledge evaluation and sharing, Ontology, Semantic wiki, SPARQL (Extra: Evaluation example, Innovation activity, Innovation management, Innovative ideas, Knowledge creations, Knowledge evaluations, Knowledge-sharing, Semantic wiki, Semantic Wikis, SPARQL, Computer science, Engineers, Innovation, Ontology, Semantics)|
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A semantic wiki to support knowledge sharing in innovation activities is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Lahoud I., Monticolo D., Hilaire V., Gomes S. and published in Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering.
We will present in this paper how to ensure the creation, the validation and the sharing of ideas by using a Semantic Wiki approach. We describe the system called Wiki-I which is used by engineers to allow them to formalize their ideas during the research solutions activities. Wiki-I is based on an ontology of the innovation domain which allows to structure the wiki pages and to store the knowledge posted by the engineers. In this paper, we will explain how Wiki-I ensures the reliability of the innovative ideas thanks to an idea of evaluation process. After explaining the interest of the use of semantic wikis in innovation management approach, we describe the architecture of Wiki-I with its semantic functionalities. At the end of the paper, we prove the effectiveness of Wiki-I with an ideas evaluation example in the case of students challenge for innovation.
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