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ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
ShyWiki for Knowledge Management
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  • 1. A Spatial Hypertext Wiki for Knowledge Management Carlos Solis and Nour Ali [email_address]
  • 2. Table of Contents
    • Motivation
    • The Knowledge Spiral
    • Spatial Hypertext Wiki (ShyWiki)
    • Knowledge Conversion in ShyWiki
    • Conclusions
  • 3. Motivation
    • Knowledge management activities require to represent different knowledge types.
    • Wikis are a popular solution for knowledge management
    • Wikis lack of support to represent different types of knowledge, and to perform the knowledge conversions.
  • 4. Wikis and the Knowledge Spiral Socialization Externalization Internalization Combination Tacit -> Tacit Tacit->Explicit Explicit -> Tacit Explicit -> Explicit
  • 5. Knowledge Spiral
    • Externalization
      • Electronic Brainstorming Tools.
      • Wikis have poor support for brainstorming.
    • Combination
      • Improving and reorganizing the content.
      • Concepts, Relations, and Hyperlinks.
    • Internalization
      • People Learning.
      • A wiki is an electronic repository that can be accessed in internet.
    • Socialization
      • Individual to individual.
      • Wikis could provide socialization with agents.
  • 6. ShyWiki A Wiki of notes A Spatial Hypertext Wiki
  • 7. Hypertext types Hyperlink Hyperlink Document centred Hypertext Map Based Hypertext Spatial Hypertext
  • 8. ShyWiki Model
  • 9. Externalization This is a braistorming
  • 10. Externalization The result of the prioritization
  • 11. Combination Implicit Relations A cluster A list A M to N relation Intersection PartOf Connection A 1 To N relation
  • 12. Combination Typed Hyperlinks
  • 13. Combination Templates Template name Edited note Note name Associated concept & Cardinality Default content Typed Hyperlink
  • 14. Combination Templates Relation, Select associated instances, typed link Template Name Attribute
  • 15. Socialization with agents RDF projection + Web Services
  • 16. Scenario usage
    • A typical scenario is requirements elicitation
    • -Brainstorming
    • -Requirements are reorganized spatially (merged, accepted, rejected)
    • -Later, they are defined with more detail using a template.
  • 17. Related work
    • Semantic wikis
    • They are oriented to machines and can represent structured knowledge.
    • Spatial hypertext systems.
    • VKB, Tinderbox, Not for the web neither collaborative.
  • 18. Conclusions
    • The knowledge spiral involves different knowledge types and knowledge conversions.
    • ShyWiki can represent different knowledge types that are needed to give support to the knowledge conversions in the spiral
      • Externalization: Brainstorming
      • Combination: Implicit visual structures and structured knowledge
      • Virtual Socialization: Knowledge published as RDF and web services provided
  • 19. Future Work
    • Interpretation of the spatial structures using a spatial parser
    • Usability evaluation
  • 20.
    • Thank you

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