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Informatik-Methoden für das Wissensmanagement

  • Rudi Studer
  • Andreas Abecker
  • Stefan Decker
Part of the TEUBNER-TEXTE zur Informatik book series (TTZI, volume 29)

Zusammenfassung

Das Management von Wissen ist ein wichtiger Erfolgsfaktor in Unternehmen. Dabei hat Wissensmanagement eine sozio-kulturelle, betriebswirtschaftliche und informationstechnische Dimension. Ziel ist die optimale Nutzung der “Ressource Wissen” für Lernen aus Erfahrung, kontinuierliche Prozeßverbesserung und den Ausbau kreativer Unternehmenspotentiale. Wissen als Unternehmensressource ist Wissen in Dokumenten, Wissen in Abläufen und Produkten sowie implizites Wissen wie Mitarbeiterkenntnisse und -fähigkeiten. Im vorliegenden Beitrag wird aufgezeigt, welche Informatik-Methoden welche Wissensmanagementaspekte unterstützen können. Ferner wird das Ontobroker-System als Beispiel für einen ontologiebasierten Ansatz diskutiert.

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  • Rudi Studer
  • Andreas Abecker
  • Stefan Decker

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