Knowledge. Tacit (unarticulated) Knowledge. Knowledge . Explicit (Codified) Knowledge information in the right context . Knowledge becomes intellectual assest on which an organisation’s sucess is dependent. Knowledge becomes the key competencies of organisations.
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Tacit (unarticulated) Knowledge
Explicit (Codified) Knowledge information in the right context
Organisational culture perspective
automatic or manual extraction
Knowledge Management Life Cycle
- This term has been used in several disciplines, from philosophy to knowledge engineering.
-In general, ontology comprised concepts, concept properties, relationships between concepts and constraints.
-It reflects a common undestanding of the semantics of the domain of discourse.
- Ontology language is used to define vocabularies that describe the semantics of the domain of discourse.
Example of ontology:
Knowledge management within the A/E/C sector focuses on capturing, sharing and reusing of decision rationale and design intent for decision making support.
Face-to-face group meeting in physical workspace
Form internal model
Observation from Case Studies
Walkthrough collaboration activities of early design phase
Collaborative Design (loose couple)
Is summarisd to
Early design phase
Design information & knowledge
Use template based UI to record meeting minutes
Organise the weakly structured information with ontology model
Team organísational structure, tasks, responsibilities, when to get involved, profit sharing...
Organise project team structure
Action taking date
Info Block 1
Info Block 2
Generic Structure of Paper-based Meeting Minutes
”Following his initial review of the option 3 layout drawings, Jack advised that the deletion of one floor would reduce total vertical loads and the structural vertical member sizes are expect to be reduced.”
(an excerpt of informantion block from meeting minutes)
Design intent & Decision rationale in Discussion content
A piece of information is analogous as an object
Collaboration process oriented
<Container type> meeting minutes
<Agreement>Deletion of 1 floor...expect to be reduced.
Bla bla bla
The date when the issue/idea is discussed
Section title wherein this info block is organised
The content of the discussed issue/idea
Title of the discussed issue/idea
The person who raises the issue/idea for discussion
Minutes that contain this info block. Date of minutes is displayed. Details of minutes can be viewed by pressing the V button
The date when the completion of the assigned task is expected
Bind ideas/issues with context dependent relations
Title of the discussed issues/ideas. Detailed description is available by double clicking the symbol.