Definition of a framework for acquiring and acquisition sub-processes in a collective knowledge processing in the integrated management information system
Marcin Hernes , Ngoc Thanh Nguyen
AbstractEfficient operation of the integrated management information systems (IMIS), especially multiagent systems, is related to their ability to automatically process collective knowledge. On the basis of this knowledge the decision-making process is realized in the business organizations. This paper presents issues related to framework for acquiring and acquisition sub-processes in a collective knowledge of business organization processing in IMIS. The main novelty of the developed framework is coverage all the areas of the operation of an organization. Additionally, the inter-area knowledge for automatic strategic level decision making has been taken into consideration. The main improvements of this framework are that it allows for processing of the whole collective knowledge of business organization and it can be directly implemented in IMIS.
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Book||Refereed Paper Proceedings - KM Conference 2018 , 2018, International Institute for Applied Knowledge Management, 89 p.|
|Keywords in English||Collective Knowledge, Business Organization, Integrated Management Information Systems, and Multi-agent Systems|
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