On integrating a semantic wiki in a knowledge management system
|On integrating a semantic wiki in a knowledge management system|
|Author(s)||De Paoli F., Loregian M.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Collaborative knowledge management, Communities of interest, Explicit knowledge, Knowledge base, Knowledge management system, Project team, Semantic wiki, Textual description, Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge based systems, Metadata, World Wide Web, Information management)|
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The use of knowledge management systems is often hampered by the heavy overload for publishing information. In particular, uploading a document and then profiling it with a set of meta-data and keywords is a tedious and time-consuming activity. Therefore, one of the main goals for such systems should be to make publishing of explicit knowledge as natural as possible. In the project described in this paper, we exploit a semantic wiki editor to support document publishing by means of textual descriptions augmented by ontology-defined annotations. Such annotations are then managed as entries in metadata profiles. Moreover, we can publish semantic-wiki-based documents that do not require any further activity to be profiled and included in a knowledge base as they are self-describing. The semantic wiki project is part of a collaborative knowledge management system that has been developed to support project teams and communities of interest.
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