Conference Paper

WANT: A Personal Knowledge Management System on Social Software Agent Technologies.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-72830-6_82 Conference: Agent and Multi-Agent Systems: Technologies and Applications, First KES International Symposium, KES-AMSTA 2007, Wroclaw, Poland, May 31- June 1, 2007, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT A multi-agent system is a network individual agent that work together to achieve a goal through communication and collaboration
among each other. Standardized infrastructure for information or knowledge sharing is required to make autonomous agents interdependent
on each other for effective collaboration in a multi-agent system. In order to enhance productivity of knowledge workers knowledge
management tools should support collaborative environments among desktop, web, and even mobile devices. The Semantic Web is
the place where software agents perform various intelligent tasks using standard knowledge representational schemes that are
named “ontologies.” This paper presents a conceptual framework of the social knowledge activities and knowledge processes
with regard to the social software agents. Our prototype, called WANT, is a wiki-based semantic tagging system for collaborative
and communicative knowledge creation and maintenance by a human or software agent. It can be supported in both desktop and
mobile environments.

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