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1998
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Using knowledge nodes for knowledge discovery and collaboration

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Using knowledge nodes for knowledge discovery and collaboration
Today most of the information we produce is stored digitally. We are slowly forced to leave behind us thinking about information as something stored in physical containers as books, drawings etc. We make it possible to dynamically create logical containers of information on the fly. The paper focuses on how we in the future can aggregate, classify and generalize digitally stored information in order to make it more accessible and how we can define underlying knowledge container models to support knowledge discovery and collaboration. Examples are picked from ongoing research and the outcomes are generally valid and in particular for the structural engineering field.
Per Christiansson
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where SEAAI
Authors Per Christiansson
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