Knowledge Management Supported with Semantic Annotation

By Gerardo Sanchez-Schmitz, Mario Barcelo-Valenzuela, Alonso Perez-Soltero, Fernando Martin-Rubio, Jose Tomas Palma-Mendez and Ricardo Rodriguez-Carvajal.

Published by The Technology Collection

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The problems of heterogeneity limit the process of assimilation, integration and comparison of knowledge. There are a variety of models, methodologies and information systems to develop knowledge management in organizations, each with its own technology platforms, but with limitations, they are not designed for integration. In the computer environment a revolutionary change known as the Semantic Web is developing, which has among its objectives develop the ability to share “knowledge” between computer systems. The Semantic Web investigates the creation of structures that allow the machines to know the meaning and significance of the information. Based on this scenario, we propose a methodology for developing knowledge management information systems in organizations using commonly used Web-based systems and supported by the semantic annotation. The MPOKM (Management of the Process of Organizational Knowledge Methodology) was extended to improve the development of Knowledge Management Systems using semantic annotation. This work focuses on the technological perspective, using AI technologies to proposing a strategy from a technological point of view to structure the knowledge process in an organization.

Keywords: Semantic Annotation, Knowledge Management

The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.199-210. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.371MB).

Prof. Gerardo Sanchez-Schmitz

Full time Teacher and Investigator, Industrial Engineering, University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Mexico

Gerardo Sanchez-Schmitz is Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at the Universidad de Sonora. He is Ph.D. candidate in Information Technologies and Communications in the Universidad de Murcia, Spain. He obtained a M.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering Sciences from Instituto Tecnologico de Hermosillo and a B.S. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Universidad de Sonora, both in Mexico. His research interests are related to information technologies applied to knowledge management. The web site of his Research Group is http://catius.uson.mx.

Dr. Mario Barcelo-Valenzuela

Full Time Teacher and Investigator, Industrial Engineering, University of Sonora, Mexico

Dr. Alonso Perez-Soltero

Full Time Professor and Researcher, Industrial Engineering, Universidad de Sonora, Mexico

Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at the Universidad de Sonora. He received a Ph.D. degree in Information Technologies and Communications from the Universidad de Murcia, Spain. He obtained an M.Sc. degree in Information Technology from Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a B.S. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Universidad de Sonora, both in Mexico. His research interests are related to information technologies applied to knowledge management in high education institutions and small and medium enterprises. He has published papers about knowledge management, organizational memories and information technologies in various refereed journals and congress papers. His personal web site is http://www.aperez.com.mx

Dr. Fernando Martin-Rubio

Murcia University, Murcia, Spain

Dr. Jose Tomas Palma-Mendez

Murcia University, Murcia, Spain

Ricardo Rodriguez-Carvajal

Full time teacher, Industrial Engineering Department, University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Mexico

Full time Teacher and Investigator, Industrial Engineering, University of Sonora

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