The subfield of artificial intelligence concerned with designing and using systems for storing knowledge – facts and rules about some subject.
A body of formally represented knowledge is based on a conceptualisation – an abstract view of the world that we wish to represent. In order to manipulate this knowledge we must specify how the abstract conceptualisation is represented as a concrete data structure. An ontology is an explicit specification of a conceptualisation.
- Knowledge sharing effort
project An ARPA project developing techniques and methods for building large-scale knowledge bases which are sharable and reusable. KQML is part of it. (1999-09-28)
- Knowledge systems laboratory
(KSL) An artificial intelligence research laboratory within the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University. Current work focuses on knowledge representation for sharable engineering knowledge bases and systems, computational environments for modelling physical devices, architectures for adaptive intelligent systems, and expert systems for science and engineering. (1994-12-06)
- Knowledge worker
noun 1. a person employed to produce or analyse ideas and information noun a person who works exclusively with information; a person who works in an information industry Examples Knowledge workers includes those in the information technology fields, such as programmers, systems analysts, technical writers, academic professionals, researchers, and so forth. Word Origin coined by […]
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