Incorporating the knowledge management cycle in e-business


O, Ying-Lie (2001) Incorporating the knowledge management cycle in e-business. In: K-CAP 2001, Workshop WS2 Knowledge in e-Business, 22-23 October 2001, Victoria, BC, Canada (pp. pp. 7-13).

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Abstract:In e-business, knowledge can be extracted from the recorded information by intelligent data analysis and then utilised in the business transaction. E-knowledge is a foundation for e-business. E-business can be supported by an intelligent information system that provides intelligent business process support and advanced support of the e-knowledge management cycle. Knowledge is stored as knowledge models that can be updated in the e-knowledge management cycle. As illustrated in examples, the e-knowledge cycle aids in the business decision taking, production management, and costs management.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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