Application Suite for Autonomous Management and Service of Verbal Knowledge
Autonomous knowledge service, a fully-automated and pervasive service for knowledge acquisition and support based on the power of recent ITs is gaining tremendous interest more and more, as not only the level of users’ intelligence increases but also the maturity of IT infrastructure improves. Conventional approaches of knowledge service, however, could not satisfy users because they usually provided undesired knowledge which had been acquired without considering users’ want. In other words, knowledge acquisition and distribution were separately performed. This research, therefore, suggests an amended autonomous knowledge service framework by fully-automating the whole phases of knowledge life cycle, from knowledge acquisition to distribution. ASKs, the prototype system of this research, is also implemented by defining and specifying component technologies which constituently compose suggested framework. More user-friendly and applicable way of knowledge service will be derived and facilitated through this research.
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