Knowledge Decay in a Normalised Knowledge Base

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Knowledge Decay in a Normalised Knowledge Base
Knowledge ‘decay’ is a measure of the degradation of knowledge integrity. In a unified knowledge representation, data, information and knowledge are all represented in a single formalism as “items”. A unified knowledge representation is extended here to include two measures of knowledge integrity. A rule of inference is defined on the unified knowledge representation that preserves the validity of these two measures. This rule of inference is used to define a normalised knowledge base. The use of a unified knowledge representation and the application of knowledge base normalisation simplifies the estimation of knowledge decay.
John K. Debenham
Added 02 Aug 2010
Updated 02 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2000
Where DEXA
Authors John K. Debenham
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