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The explicit knowledge in a description is represented with a semantic network of object nodes, attribute nodes, and directed relation arcs, which map closely to nouns, adjectives, and prepositions, respectively. For example,. Figure 1a depicts the s

The only requirement is that there be a considerable amount of text documents for the training process. Finally the text documents can be classi- fied based on the trained types of paragraphs. This means that unknown documents can be categorised with

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their tacit knowledge into organizational knowledge, so it can be used even after the employee is no longer with them. Knowledge Management .... This is often done in a type of employee handbook. Cell 3 is where an individual has knowledge that .....

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