In recent years there has been a growing interest in the nature of knowledge, its structure and its utilization. With the advent and proliferation of computers and databases, knowledge has become a commodity embedded in our tools and machines that we use for everyday needs. This eBook provides key studies in the area of knowledge, its measurement and systems and a novel approach to the structure of knowledge and its progress.
This great e-reference applies to academics, information and knowledge professionals, and people involved in the regulation and policy-making of information and knowledge systems and discusses the ubiquitous presence of databases and knowledge systems, data mining, knowledge dispersion and transfer and a framework of how knowledge is structured and developed.
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