The Three Types Of Knowledge Management System

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A knowledge management scheme (KMS) is vital to any company that wants to turn its knowledge into business value. As we can see in Annex1, three major types of knowledge management systems are the most important: enterprise-wide knowledge management systems, knowledge work systems and intelligent techniques. Some knowledge already exists somewhere in the company in the form of structured text documents and reports or presentations, and the main problem is organizing this existing structured knowledge into a library and making it accessible throughout the firm. Such knowledge can be defined as structured knowledge and therefore the systems that deal with such knowledge will be called structured knowledge systems. Executives may also need information that may exist somewhere in the form of less-structured documents, such as e-mail, voice mail, chat room exchanges, videos, digital pictures etc. This can be called semi-structured knowledge and we can…show more content…
Fuzzy logic is a rule-based technology that can represent inaccuracy (example: large medium/small or hot/cold) by creating rules that use approximate or subjective values. It can describe a particular phenomenon or process linguistically and then represent that description in a small number of flexible rules. Neural networks are especially useful for finding patterns and relationships in massive amounts of data that would be too complicated and difficult for a human mind to analyze. Basically, they learn patterns from large quantities of data by shifting through data, searching for relationships, building models and correcting over and over again the model’s own mistakes. Such neural network applications address problems in pattern classifications, prediction, financial analysis, control, and

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