nep-knm New Economics Papers
on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Economy
Issue of 2010‒02‒27
one paper chosen by
Laura Stefanescu
European Research Centre of Managerial Studies in Business Administration

  1. The Relationship between Fuzzy Reasoning and its Temporal Characteristics for Knowledge Management Systems By Mazilescu, Vasile

  1. By: Mazilescu, Vasile
    Abstract: The knowledge management systems based on artificial reasoning (KMAR) tries to provide computers the capabilities of performing various intelligent tasks for which their human users resort to their knowledge and collective intelligence. There is a need for incorporating aspects of time and imprecision into knowledge management systems, considering appropriate semantic foundations. The aim of this paper is to present the FRTES, a real-time fuzzy expert system, embedded in a knowledge management system. Our expert system is a special possibilistic expert system, developed in order to focus on fuzzy knowledge.
    Keywords: Knowledge Management; Artificial Reasoning; predictability
    JEL: C63 C88
    Date: 2010–02–17

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