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Analysis of knowledge creation, aggregation and sharing processes within communities of practice

By SA Mihindu and T Fernando

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Knowledge Management (KM) has been a widely received area for research and development for many decades. However combining the full Knowledge Management Cycle; knowledge capture, development, sharing and utilisation within the same infrastructure has not been successfully researched and a suitable remedy all-in-one application for virtual communities or Communities of Practice (CoP) has not been established. This article proposes models for knowledge analysis, knowledge processing, codifying and reuse, and finally elaborates on a research prototype that is being used for large virtual community (INTUITION EU Network*) settings for gathering knowledge management requirements of such environment. Further research works are also discussed in application of KM infrastructures and Virtual Machine architectures within future workspaces

Topics: T1, other
Publisher: CSREA Press
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:usir.salford.ac.uk:11180
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