|Author(s)||Reiterer S., Felfernig A., Blazek P., Leitner G., Reinfrank F., Ninaus G.|
|Published in||Knowledge-Based Configuration: From Research to Business Cases|
|Keyword(s)||Community-based Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge-based Configuration, MediaWiki, Semantic Wikis|
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WeeVis is a 2014 book chapter written in English by Reiterer S., Felfernig A., Blazek P., Leitner G., Reinfrank F., Ninaus G. and published in Knowledge-Based Configuration: From Research to Business Cases.
Configuration is a thriving application area for AI technologies. As a consequence, there is a need for advancing knowledge acquisition practices in order to make configuration technologies more accessible. In this chapter we introduce W. eeV. is, which is a freely available Wiki-based environment for defining and solving basic configuration tasks. Like Wikipedia, knowledge bases are regarded as Wikis that can be created, edited, and versionized by a community of users. W. eeV. is configurators can be integrated into standard Wikipedia pages and are thus more easily accessible compared to proprietary knowledge representations. W. eeV. is technologies are easily accessible and therefore well suited for the application in educational contexts. © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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