Model of Explicit Knowledge Management in Organizational and Technical Systems
Keywords:management, explicit knowledge, model, organizational and technical systems, information and telecommunication systems
The technical component of knowledge management in organizational and technical systems in various fields, as well as in military formations and law enforcement agencies has not been investigated. In order to find the key characteristics of a comprehensive knowledge management model in organizational and technical systems, the main actions with knowledge and directions of implementation, realizing the recently developed knowledge management models, have been examined. There is provided to add a technical component to the model of explicit knowledge management in organizational and technical systems, implemented by the information and telecommunication system, the server of which is located, for example, in the research institution, the modeller or the educational institution. All components of the model of explicit knowledge management in organizational and technical systems accomplish acquiring of explicit knowledge from the knowledge management system in the organizational and technical systems or, if necessary, providing of explicit and implicit knowledge to the knowledge management system in organizational and technical systems. Implementation of the proposed explicit knowledge management model in organizational and technical systems is suggested to be implemented using the ontological approach of knowledge formalization and consideration. Thus, a combination of syntactic and semantic search is used, that is, the search is performed in instances of ontology, taking into account their semantic characteristic and connections.
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