[nol-i-juh-buh l] /ˈnɒl ɪ dʒə bəl/
possessing or exhibiting , insight, or understanding; intelligent; well-informed; discerning; perceptive.
possessing or indicating much knowledge
also knowledgable, c.1600, “capable of being known, recognizable” (a sense now obsolete), from knowledge in its Middle English verbal sense + -able. The modern sense of “having knowledge, displaying knowledge” is from 1829 and probably a new formation.
- Knowledge analysis and design system
process (KADS) A structured way of developing knowledge-based systems (expert systems). KADS was developed as an alternative to an evolutionary approach and is now accepted as the European standard for knowledge based systems. (http://cse.unsw.edu.au/~timm/pub/slides/kltut/index.html). [“Knowledge Based Systems Analysis and Design: A KADS Developers Handbook”, Tansley and Hayball] (1998-03-12)
- Knowledge-based system
noun 1. (computing) an expert system KBS artificial intelligence (KBS) A program for extending and/or querying a knowledge base. The related term expert system is normally used to refer to a highly domain-specific type of KBS used for a specialised purpose such as medical diagnosis. The Cyc project is an example of a large KBS. […]
- Knowledge economy
noun 1. an economy in which information services are dominant as an area of growth
noun 1. the practical application of developments in the field of computer science concerned with artificial intelligence.