Workshop

"Knowledge-Based Systems for
Knowledge Management in Enterprises"


In conjunction with the:

21st Annual German Conference on AI '97
(KI-Jahrestagung '97)

September 9th - 12th
Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany


Workshop Schedule

Tuesday, Sept. 9th `97

14.00 - 15.30 h Session: KNOWLEDGE INFRASTRUCTURE

14.00 h Welcome
A. Abecker, St. Decker, K. Hinkelmann, and U. Reimer

Invited Talk: Knowledge Infrastructures: re-engineering for learning
Gertjan van Heijst

15.00 h WorkBrain:
Merging Organizational Memory and Workflow Management Systems
Ch. Wargitsch

15.30 - 16.00 h Coffee Break

16.00 - 17.30 h Session: SOFTWARE TOOLS

16.00 h Making the Tacit Explicit: The Intangible Assets Monitor in Software
Ch. Snyder and L. Wilson
16.30 h Knowledge Management with CoMo-Kit
B. Dellen, H. Holz, G. Pews
17.00 h The Acquisition of Novel Knowledge
F. Schmalhofer and J. S. Aitken

Wednesday, Sept. 10th `97

14.00 - 15.30 h Session: AI APPROACHES

14.00 h A Framework for Knowledge Management Systems: A Proposal
D. Pun, C. McDonald, and J. Weckert
14.30 h Knowledge Integration for Building Organisational Memories
U. Reimer
15.00 h ERBUS - Towards a Knowledge Mangement System for Designers
M. Daniel, St. Decker, A. Domanetzki, Ch. Günther, E. Heimbrodt-Habermann, F. Höhn, A. Hoffmann, H. Röstel, R. Smit, R. Studer, R. Wegner

15.30 - 16.00 h Coffee Break

16.00 - 17.00 h Session: APPLICATIONS

16.00 h Toward a Method for Providing Database Structures Derived from an Ontological Specification Process: the Example of Knowledge Management
G. Templeton and Ch. Snyder
16.30 h Smart Product Catalogs at IBM
M. Stolze
17.00 h The Data Warehouse as a Means to Support Knowledge Management
M. Erdmann

Thursday, Sept. 11th `97

14.00 h             Invited Talk of the Workshop on Intelligent Information Integration:
                        Ontologies, John Sowa

15.00 - 15.45 h Coffee Break

15.45 - 17.45 h Session: DOCUMENT ANALYSIS

15.45 h From Paper to a Corporate Memory - A First Step
St. Baumann, M. Malburg, H. Meyer auf`m Hofe, and C. Wenzel
16.15 h Knowledge-Based Interpretation of Business Letters
K.-H. Bläsius, B. Grawemeyer, I. John, and N Kuhn
16.45 Final Discussion