Theses

Here you can find theses of Know-Center employees

Modelling and Acquiring Knowledge about Human Goals

Dissertation Mark Kröll 2012

Realizing the vision of machines behaving intelligently requires theacquisition of real-world knowledge including, but not limited to, knowledgeabout human goals. Understanding human goals can help (i) to answer "why"questions about user behavior and user interactions, (ii) to reason aboutpeople's goals or (iii) to generate action sequences that implement goals (plangeneration).…

Internale und Externale Assimilation und Akkommodation bei der kollaborativen Wissenskonstruktion mit Wikis: Ein Feldexperiment (im Hochschulkontext)

Thesis (old curriculum) Sebastian Maximilian Dennerlein 2012

Collaborative knowledge building takes place, when learning groups create artefacts such as wiki articles in common. Cress and Kimmerle (2008) introduce a coevolution model, which states that the social system (wiki) and the cognitive system (knowledge of a single member) affect each other reciprocally. These systems interact by the four…

Visualisierung und dynamische Aggregierung von semantischen Graphen

Master's thesis Martin Kandlhofer 2010

The enormous growth of data and content over the last few years resulted in large amounts of complex information hosted on heterogeneous systems. Semantic technologies, which have seen rapid adoption in recent years, employ a formalized, machine-understandable representation of knowledge to facilitate sharing and reuse of the stored information and…

Intraorganisationaler Wissenstransfer mit Wikis und Weblogs: Eine explorative Mehrfachfallstudie

Dissertation Alexander Stocker 2009

Web 2.0 has emerged as the new user-centered Web equipped with social features. It empowers users to become the main creators of content: Many successful platforms including Wikipedia, Youtube, Facebook and MySpace are built upon the principle of user-generated content. Stimulated by the huge success, innovative managers want to adopt…

Examining E-Learning And Discovering Issues Far More Important

Dissertation Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer 2008

E-Learning has been predominantly seen as a course management system focusing mainly on the needs of the instructor. We view E-Learning as being the Knowledge Transfer aspect of Knowledge Management, with networked systems facilitating knowledge creation, organization and archiving. We propose a Knowledge Management Model for Guided Internalisation that enables…

Metadaten im Kontext Wissenserschließung

Dissertation Mathias Lux 2006

Metadata is a broad term ranging from simple attribute structures describing data to huge and complex ontologies trying to formalize the knowledge about a resource. In knowledge discovery the extracted knowledge has to be codified and used for retrieval and inference. One major aspect is the comparison of knowledge and…

Online Community Plattformen zur Unterstützung des Wissensaustauschs zwischen Konferenzteilnehmern. Eine Anforderungsanalyse am Beispiel der I-KNOW

Thesis (old curriculum) Birgit Marie Hofmann 2005

Online community platforms allow and facilitate the interaction of groups of people, who are linked by shared interests or tasks. In this thesis, such virtual meeting places are investigated in the special context of annual conferences. A closer look is taken at the exchange of relevant information and knowledge between…

B-KIDE: A Framework and a Tool for Business Process Oriented Knowledge Infrastructure Development

Dissertation Markus Strohmaier 2005

The need for an effective management of knowledge is gaining increasing recognition in today’s economy. To acknowledge this fact, new promising and powerful technologies have emerged from industrial and academic research. With these innovations maturing, organizations are more and more willing to adapt such new knowledge management technologies to improve…

Die Wissenslandkarte als Werkzeug zur Unterstützung der Wiederverwendung projektbezogener Informationen in Organisationen.

Thesis (old curriculum) Elisabeth Hackl 2005

Knowledge Maps are generally seen as tools that increase efficiency within organisations by facilitating the location of a company's knowledge and therefore avoid redundancies. This thesis aims to answer the question, how the Know-Center's Knowledge Map has to be designed to support the reuse of project related solutions and knowledge.…

Augmenting Knowledge-Based Systems with Dynamic Personalisation Concepts

Dissertation Dolly Kandpal 2003

In the knowledge-intensive society of today, the emphasis is on delivering the right kind and quantity of just-in-time knowledge to the knowledge workers. Personalization, i.e. the adaptation of a system according to a user's needs, is gaining increasing relevance as an enabler for delivering such relevant knowledge. Personalization can be…

Informationstechnologien für Wissensnetzwerke - Werkzeugeinsatz im Kontext von Wissensmanagement

Thesis (old curriculum) Eduard Stoisser 2003

Networks for knowledge creation, knowledge use and knowledge transfer are well known since existence of all forms of human organization. A knowledge network is defined as the deliberate interlinking of knowledge carriers leading to cooperation and common use of knowledge. The role of information technology in this field is currently…

Visualisation Islands: Interactive Visualisation and Clustering of Search Result Sets

Thesis (old curriculum) Vedran Sabol 2001

The amount of knowledge available electronically is increasing exponentially. Huge amounts of information are available over the Internet and searching for a specific topic often results in a large number of matches. A significant portion of hits is often not at all of interest and the retrieved information contains no…

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