Professional Knowledge Management

Third Biennial Conference, WM 2005, Kaiserslautern, Germany, April 10-13, 2005, Revised Selected Papers

  • Klaus-Dieter Althoff
  • Andreas Dengel
  • Ralph Bergmann
  • Markus Nick
  • Thomas Roth-Berghofer
Conference proceedings WM 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3782)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence book sub series (LNAI, volume 3782)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Keynote Contributions

    1. Larry Kerschberg, Hanjo Jeong
      Pages 1-18
    2. Irma Becerra-Fernandez, TeWei Wang, Gul Agha, Thant Sin
      Pages 19-31
    3. Klaus Kornwachs
      Pages 32-47
  3. Intelligent Office Appliances (IOA)

    1. Ansgar Bernardi, Björn Decker, Harald Holz, Dirk Muthig, Naoyuki Nomura
      Pages 48-49
    2. Heiko Maus, Harald Holz, Ansgar Bernardi, Oleg Rostanin
      Pages 50-59
    3. Thorsten Keuler, Theresa Lehner, Björn Decker, Dirk Muthig
      Pages 60-69
  4. Learning Software Organizations (LSO)

    1. Fred Frowin Fajtak
      Pages 76-81
    2. Wolfgang Zuser, Thomas Grechenig
      Pages 91-95
    3. Tor Erlend Fægri, Björn Decker, Torgeir Dingsøyr, Letizia Jaccheri, Patricia Lago, Dirk Muthig et al.
      Pages 96-105
    4. Gleison Santos, Karina Villela, Mariano Montoni, Ana Regina Rocha, Guilherme H. Travassos, Sávio Figueiredo et al.
      Pages 111-120
    5. Markus Nick, Christian Denger, Torsten Willrich
      Pages 121-126
    6. Guido Dedene, Monique Snoeck, Manu De Backer, Wilfried Lemahieu
      Pages 127-133
    7. Kari Smolander, Kurt Schneider, Torgeir Dingsøyr, Finn Olav Bjørnsson, Pasi Juvonen, Päivi Ovaska
      Pages 134-144
    8. Abdullah J. Al-Shehab, Robert T. Hughes, Graham Winstanley
      Pages 145-154
  5. Learner-Oriented Knowledge Management and KM-Oriented E-Learning (LOKMOL)

    1. Djilali Benmahamed, Jean-Louis Ermine, Pierre Tchounikine
      Pages 165-175
    2. Klaus P. Jantke, Aran Lunzer, Jun Fujima
      Pages 176-188
    3. Tobias Ley, Stefanie N. Lindstaedt, Dietrich Albert
      Pages 189-202
    4. Michael Yacci
      Pages 214-221
  6. Peer-to-Peer and Agent Infrastructures for Knowledge Management (PAIKM)

    1. Andreas Abecker, Ludger van Elst, Steffen Staab
      Pages 222-223
    2. Simon Courtenage, Steven Williams
      Pages 224-233
  7. Knowledge Intensive Business Processes (KiBP)

    1. Julian Bahrs, Claudia Müller
      Pages 243-247
    2. Thomas Hädrich
      Pages 248-258
    3. Markus Strohmaier, Stefanie N. Lindstaedt
      Pages 259-268
  8. German Workshop on Experience Management (GWEM)

    1. Armin Stahl, Martin Schaaf, Ralph Traphöner
      Pages 269-271
    2. Alexander Tartakovski, Martin Schaaf, Rainer Maximini
      Pages 293-303
    3. Rosina Weber, Ilya Waldstein, Amit Deshpande, Jason M. Proctor
      Pages 304-315
  9. Knowledge Management in Medicine (KMM)

  10. Knowledge Management in International Professional Services Firms (KMIPSF)

    1. Marcus Willamowski, Oliver W. Wendel, Jan Kuhlmann
      Pages 384-385
    2. Martin Schulz, Marcel Klugmann
      Pages 386-391
    3. Dirk Klimkeit
      Pages 392-397
  11. Knowledge Management for Distributed Agile Processes: Models, Techniques, and Infrastructure (KMDAP)

About these proceedings


Professional knowledge management is imperative for the success of enterprises. One decisive factor for the success of knowledge management projects is the coordination of elements such as corporate culture, enterprise organization, - man resource management, as well as information and communication techn- ogy. The proper alignment and balancing of these factors are currently little understood—especially the role of information technology, which is often - garded only as an implementation tool, though it can be a catalyst by making new knowledge management solutions possible. This conference brought together representativesfrom practical and research ?elds for discussing experiences, professional applications, and visions through presentations, workshops, tutorials, and an accompanying industry exhibition. The main focus of the conference was the realization of knowledge mana- ment strategies with the aid of innovative information technology solutions, such as intelligent access to organizational memories, or integration of business processes and knowledge management. Also of interest were holistic/integrative approaches to knowledge management that deal with issues raised by the in- gration of people, organizations, and information technology.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Klaus-Dieter Althoff
    • 1
  • Andreas Dengel
    • 2
  • Ralph Bergmann
    • 3
  • Markus Nick
    • 4
  • Thomas Roth-Berghofer
    • 5
  1. 1.Institute of Computer ScienceUniversity of HildesheimHildesheimGermany
  2. 2.Knowledge Management DepartmentGerman Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) GmbHKaiserslauternGermany
  3. 3.Department of Business Information Systems IIUniversity of TrierTrierGermany
  4. 4.Department for Experience ManagementFraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software EngineeringKaiserslautern
  5. 5.Knowledge Management DepartmentGerman Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) GmbHKaiserslauternGermany

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