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Knowledge Capitalization with a Knowledge Engineering Approach: The Mask Method

Abstract : Knowledge Management is a global process in the enterprise. It includes all the processes that allow capitalization, sharing and evolution of the Knowledge Capital of the firm, now recognized as a critical resource of the organization. The strategic objective of Knowledge Management is to understand, support, optimise and accelerate those processes, in coherence and cross-fertilization. Knowledge engineering techniques are often used to capitalize knowledge; they must be adapted and evolved considering the main objectives of knowledge management: building and use organizational memory. We study, in this paper, how the knowledge engineering method MASK (Method for Analysing and Structuring Knowledge) considers this evolution.
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Nada Matta, Jean Louis Ermine, Gérard Aubertin, Jean-Yves Trivin. Knowledge Capitalization with a Knowledge Engineering Approach: The Mask Method. Knowledge Management and Organizational Memories, Springer US, pp.17-28, 2002, ⟨10.1007/978-1-4615-0947-9_2⟩. ⟨hal-02920164⟩

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