DFKI Document-08-01



Language: English

by Marcus Liwicki (Ed.), Andreas Dengel (Ed.), Thomas Roth-Berghofer (Ed.)

Readings on Knowledge Management
Vol. 1, 2008

84 Pages


Readings on Knowledge management is a collection of papers that are written for the Seminar
Knowledge Management (KM) being part of the master program in Computer Science at the
University of Kaiserslautern. The Seminar is held at DFKI in Kaiserslautern in summer 2008.

Our intention was to provide a forum in which students may be introduced into scientific work
as it is a matter of fact when publishing research papers at international conferences or
workshops. Consequently, students had to investigate defined topics and write papers
following pre-given guidelines. We installed a program committee consisting of the supervisor
team and the students participating in the seminar. The individual contributions (submissions)
have been peer-reviewed using the criteria that are common in international research
communities. This reviewing process not only increases the quality of the contributions by
giving rich feedback to the authors but makes the seminar similar to a workshop broadening
the experience of the students.

This year we have accepted seven articles that are presented in a workshop-like session.
They are all well written and describe state-of-the-art approaches the area of knowledge

We hope that other researches may profit from this collection and like to thank all authors for
their collaboration and their excellent contributions.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Dengel
Dr. Marcus Liwicki
Dr. Thomas Roth-Berghofer

This document is available as PDF-File.

The previous abstract is here.

DFKI-Bibliothek (bib@dfki.uni-kl.de)

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