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Knowledge Sharing

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Knowledge Sharing - KS
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Stemming Variations: knowledge share, knowledge shared, knowledges sharing, KNOWLEDG SHARING
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    • Knowledge sharing is a collective process where the people involved collaborate with others in order to learn from them. This effort creates communities where each member cooperates by sharing knowledge about a common domain. An example of these kinds of communities is software maintenance groups, where their members must collaborate with others, and share their knowledge and experience in order to complete their assignments...

    Oscar M. Rodríguezet al. Understanding and Supporting Knowledge Flows in a Community of Softwar...

    • Knowledge sharing is an important part of an employee's tasks as it is one of the mechanisms through which they learn and innovate. Sharing of knowledge typically occurs in the informal networks in the organization by means of social interaction. Several authors have proposed to use social network analysis to study the knowledge sharing relations in organizations to identify potential barriers concerning knowledge sharing...

    R. Ignacioet al. Limitations of network analysis for studying efficiency and effectiven...

    • Knowledge sharing is an important part in knowledge management. The value of knowledge only can be seen in its transfer, sharing and utilizing. The transfer of individual tacit knowledge to organizational capacity can improve the competitiveness of a organization. However, there are a lot of barriers in knowledge sharing, especially in those knowledge-intensive organizations, where knowledge is very important for individuals to keep advantage, so they are usually unwilling to share it with others, or ‘contribute’ their personal knowledge to the organization...

    Lingling Zhanget al. Study on Improving Efficiency of Knowledge Sharing in Knowledge-Intens...

    • Knowledge Sharing is a crucial issue in the Semantic Web: SW services expose and share knowledge content (expressed through ontologies and related knowledge bases) arising from distinct languages, locales, and personal perspectives; in this scenario, semantic alignment approaches play a pivotal role, providing viable solutions for integrating heterogeneous resources, still maintaining their local independence...

    Maria Teresa Pazienzaet al. Linguistically motivated Ontology Mapping for the Semantic Web

    • Knowledge Sharing is a crucial issue in the Semantic Web: SW services expose and share knowledge content which arise from distinct languages, locales, and personal perspectives; a great effort has been spent in these years, in the form of Knowledge Representation standards and communication protocols, with the objective of acquiring semantic consensus across distributed applications...

    Maria Teresa Pazienzaet al. An Open and Scalable Framework for Enriching Ontologies with Natural L...

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