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Coordination of Knowledge in Pervasive Environments

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Coordination of Knowledge in Pervasive Environments
The “amount” of knowledge is constantly growing. Technological advances more and more facilitate an access to knowledge in an anytime, anywhere, and anyhow manner. The provision of accurate knowledge with respect to a requester’s context gets more challenging. Explicit coordination of knowledge can be one means to address such developments. This report summarises several works and discussions on the topic of Coordination of Knowledge in Pervasive Environments, highlights current research directions, and outlines potential future challenges. 1 Why is Coordination of Knowledge Important? A recent Forrester report [4] states that “today’s information worker relies on a disjointed set of office productivity, content, collaboration, and portal tools”. Such tools provide access to and enable the management of many different knowledge resources. Adding more tools does not help the knowledge workers to handle the wealth of content, but worsens the situation. It is therefore under...
Manfred Bortenschlager, Lyndon J. B. Nixon, Robert
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where WETICE
Authors Manfred Bortenschlager, Lyndon J. B. Nixon, Robert Tolksdorf, Elena Paslaru Bontas Simperl
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