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Distributed Knowledge Management

Distributed Knowledge Management is a new paradigm that aims to replace centralized structures in the process of knowledge management with decentralized ones. This enables oragnizations and individuals to structure their information locally, according to their needs. Still they profit from the knowledge of other users. The discovery of tacit knowledge and intelligent mediation play an important role in this process. For both, Data Mining is a key approach.

Projects

AWAKE

Staff

Wurst, Michael

Past Master Thesis

Publications

Flasch/etal/2007a Flasch, Oliver and Kaspari, Andreas and Morik, Katharina and Wurst, Michael. Nemoz - A Distributed Framework for Collaborative Media Organization. In Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Distributed Frameworks for Multimedia Applications, 2007.
Mierswa/etal/2007b Mierswa, Ingo and Morik, Katharina and Wurst, Michael. Collaborative Use of Features in a Distributed System for the Organization of Music Collections. In Shen, Shepherd, Cui, and Liu (editors), Intelligent Music Information Systems: Tools and Methodologies, pages 147 - 175, Information Science Reference, 2007.
Morik/Wurst/2007a Morik, Katharina and Wurst, Michael. Multi-Aspect Tagging for Collaborative Structuring. In Michael R. Berthold and Katharina Morik and Arno Siebes (editors), Parallel Universes and Local Patterns, No. 07181, Internationales Begegnungs- und Forschungszentrum für Informatik (IBFI), Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, 2007.
Wurst/Morik/2006b Wurst, Michael and Morik, Katharina. Multi-Agent Learning By Feature Sharing. In Proceedings of the 6th European Symposium on Adaptive Learning Agents and MAS, 2006.
Alberts/2005a Rudi Alberts. Interessantheit von automatisch generierten Filmempfehlungen. 2005.
Novak/Wurst/2005a Novak, Jasminko and Wurst, Michael. Collaborative Knowledge Visualization for Cross-Community Learning. In S.-O. Tergan and T. Keller (editors), Knowledge and Information Visualization, Springer, 2005.
Wurst/2005a Wurst, Michael. Evaluating Knowledge Management in Heterogeneous Domains by Agent-based Simulation. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Agent Mediated Knowledge Management, 2005.
Novak/Wurst/2004a Novak, Jasminko and Wurst, Michael. Supporting Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Communities Based on Mapping Implicit Knowledge. In j-jucs, Vol. 10, No. 3, pages 235--251, 2004.
Wurst/Novak/2004a Wurst, Michael and Novak, Jasminko. Knowledge Sharing im Heterogeneous Expert Communities based on Personal Taxonomies. In ECAI Workshop on Agent Mediated Knowledge Management, 2004.
Novak/etal/2003a Novak, Jasminko and Wurst, Michael and Fleischmann, Monika and Strau?, Wolfgang. Discovering, Visualizing and Sharing Knowledge throughPersonalized Learning Knowledge Maps. In AAAI Spring Symposium on Agent Mediated Knowledge Management, 2003.
Novak/etal/2003c Novak, Jasminko and Fleischmann, Monika and Strauss, Wolfgang and Wurst, Michael and Morik, Katharina and Kunz, Christoph and Ziegler, J"urgen. Verbindung heterogener Experten-Communities durch die Entdeckung, Visualisierung und Nutzbarmachung von stillem Wissen - das AWAKE Projekt. In Mensch und Computer, 2003.
Novak/Wurst/2003a Novak, Jasminko and Wurst, Michael. Discovering, Visualizing and Sharing Knowledge through Personalized Learning Knowledge Maps. In Agent Mediated Knowledge Management, 2003.
Novak/Wurst/2003b Novak, Jasminko and Wurst, Michael. Supporting Communities of Practice Through Personalisation and Collaborative Structuring based on Capturing Implicit Knowledge. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Knowledge Management, 2003.
Morik/etal/2002b Morik, Katharina and Hüppe, Christian and Unterstein, Klaus. End-user Access to Multiple Sources - Incorporating Knowledge Discovery into Knowledge Management. In Karagiannis, Reimer (editors), Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management, pages 232 -- 243, Springer, 2002.
Morik/etal/2003c Morik, Katharina and Hüppe, Christian and Unterstein, Klaus. End-user Access to Multiple Sources - Incorporating Knowledge Discovery into Knowledge Management. In Int. Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance, and Management, 2002.
Novak/etal/2002a Novak, Jasminko and Fleischmann, Monika and Strauss, Wolfgang and Schneider, Martin and Wurst, Michael and Morik, Katharina and Ziegler, Jurgen and Kunz, Christoph. Augmenting the knowledge bandwidth and connecting heterogeneous communities through uncovering tacit knowledge. In Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on Knowledge Media Networking (KMN 2002), 2002.
Wurst/Novak/2002a Wurst, Michael and Novak, Jasminko and Schneider, Martin. Integrating Different Machine Learning Methods to Support Search in Cross-domain Information Sources - the Project Awake. In Proceedings of the FGML Workshop 2002, 2002.