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Authors: Wuwongse, Vilas; Vacharasintopchai, Thiti; and
Issue Date: 12-Dec-2008
Series/Report no.: Proc. 2nd Hanoi Forum on Information-Communication Technology (ICT-Hanoi 2008);
Abstract: Information and Communication Technology has advanced at an unprecedented rate nowadays, resulting in a mass of electronic contents being produced and disseminated at an exponential rate. In general, such contents are not systematically organized, making them inaccessible when they are most needed. A software infrastructure to commonly support the management of knowledge and information on the Internet and an intranet is proposed. It can be used to capture, preserve and manage the information and knowledge so that they stay intact and do not vanish with time. It allows pieces of knowledge in repositories to be located and shared effectively across boundaries. Contents from repositories can be readily utilized and published. Opinions and discussions about contents can also be captured and archived for later reference. Once adopted and deployed in large-scale, the Common Infrastructure for Knowledge and Information Management will play a crucial role in creating a universal source of knowledge for humanity.