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Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf free download. This is our second book related to intelligent information and knowledge management which is based on the concept of developing a platform to share ideas. The contributors to this book, the authors of carefully selected and peer revived Chapters, are academics, educators, and practitioners who are researching and implementing in real life exciting developments associated with our never ending quest to vanquish challenges of our knowledge-based society.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

The opening Chapter of the book titled Immuno-Inspired Knowledge Management for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks is authored by Martin Drozda, Sven Schaust, and Helena Szczerbicka. The Authors present the cutting edge research in the new, still emerging area of biologically inspired immune systems development. This research has already showed promising results in the field of smart misbehavior detection and classification of data in general. In this Chapter the Authors perform a very comprehensive overview of the recent developments in the area of biologically inspired classification approaches to detect possible threats and misbehavior, especially in the area of ad hoc networks. They also discuss exciting challenges in translating functionality of biological immune system to technical systems.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

The Chapter that follows is titled Immune Decomposition and Decomposability Analysis of Complex Design Problems with a Graph Theoretic Complexity Measure and is authored by Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik, Carl Reidsema, Jacek Marczyk, and Asghar Tabatabaei Balaei. The authors introduce a new approach to decomposition challenge of large, complex problems in general, and design problems in particular. A measure of decomposition quality is introduced and its application in problem classification is highlighted. The measure proposed by the Authors is complexity based (real complexity) and can be employed for both disjoint and overlap decompositions.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

After discussing the advantages of their approach and illustrating it with examples, the Authors conclude with distinct future directions of their research. The next Chapter is titled Towards a Formal Model of Knowledge Sharing in Complex Systems and is authored by Nadim Obeid and Asma Moubaiddin. The Authors develop and discuss a novel multi-agent system that assists in the process of knowledge sharing between various groups of workers and decision-makers. In the proposed platform each agent is a knowledge broker and controller responsible for specialized knowledge needs. The Authors use Partial Information State approach for agents’ knowledge representation and present a multi-agent based model of argumentation and dialogue for knowledge sharing.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

The approach is illustrated with examples and the Chapter concludes with clear vision of further research towards application of the proposed platform to support strategic and tactic reasoning for rational agents. The Chapter that follows is titled Influence of the Working Strategy on A-Team Performance and is authored by Dariusz Barbucha, Ireneusz Czarnowski, Piotr JĊdrzejowicz, Ewa Ratajczak-Ropel, and Iza Wierzbowska. The Authors first introduce and discuss the issues related to A-Team (defined as a problem solving system of autonomous agents and common memory) performance during the process of agents’ cooperation in an attempt to improve a solution to a given problem. Then the Chapter focuses on investigation of influence of different strategies on A-Team performance. To implement various strategies the A-Team platform called JABAT is used by the Authors.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

Different working strategies are evaluated by computational experiment using several benchmark data sets. The Authors show that designing effective working strategy can considerably improve the performance of an A-Team system and formulate some rules useful in A-Team development and implementation. The next Chapter is titled Incremental Declarative Process Mining and is authored by Massimiliano Cattafi, Evelina Lamma, Fabrizio Riguzzi, and Sergio Storari. In this Chapter the Authors introduce and discuss the current state of the art in research developments and directions related to the area of Business Processes Management (BPM) that studies how to describe, analyze, preserve and improve organisational processes. They focus on subfield of BPM called Process Mining (PM) which aims at inferring a model of the processes from past experience.

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf

Smart Information and Knowledge Management Advances Challenges and Critical Issues by Edward Szczerbicki and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen pdf


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