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Knowledge plays a major role in enterprises, given its importance as a significant organizational asset. In order to solve problems and support complex decision-making processes, knowledge and experience have to be transmitted between diverse individuals and organizations. Thus, knowledge-sharing can be considered a fundamental element in any knowledge-oriented process, because it fosters collaboration, and facilitates experiential knowledge discovery, distribution, and use. We present the E-Decisional Community, a proposal for an integrated knowledge-sharing platform where several entities are able to share experiential knowledge. Its main concern is to promote experiential knowledge evolution and sharing through generations of decision makers, aiming at the creation of a marketplace where knowledge is provided as a service.
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Keywords: cloud computing; decisional DNA; grid computing; knowledge engineering; knowledge management; knowledge structure; set of experience; smart knowledge management system; software agents

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Engineering and Built Environment, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

Publication date: January 1, 2010

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