knowledge acquisition


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knowledge acquisition

(1) Acquiring knowledge from a human expert for an expert system, which must be carefully organized into IF-THEN rules or some other form of knowledge representation.

(2) Acquiring facts from the countless sources of data that traverse the Internet. See big data and machine learning.
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Although the literature has recognized the negative consequences of knowledge ambiguity, we have a rather incomplete understanding of what factors might increase or decrease knowledge ambiguity, how it restrains knowledge acquisition from foreign partners, and what firms should do to avoid knowledge ambiguity and its negative consequences in the context of international strategic alliances.
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Specifically, chapter 8 elaborates on the epistemic consequences of search engines, Wikipedia, blogs, and Big Data, all of which are questioned while reconstructing the assumptions and established frameworks of human and organizational knowledge acquisition. Facing unprecedentedly rich information with dubiety about the reliability and trustworthiness of Internet content, organizations should "inoculate norms of information and epistemic behavior that would provide for a greater degree of epistemic resilience and vigilance" (p.
The authors reported differential effects in favor of the treatment group on measures of content knowledge acquisition (ES = 0.40) and content reading comprehension (ES = 0.17), but no differences were noted between treatment and comparison groups in general reading comprehension.
Moreover, many of tacit knowledge acquisition approaches are based on the literal documents, for the documents might be suitable for explanation of procedure.
Therefore, this study set out to implement scaffolding and feedback in a web-based learning environment to support students' problem solving in science, for the purpose of examining how scaffolding and feedback impact learners' cognitive load as well as knowledge acquisition.
Li, Liu and Liu (2011) found that co-operative activities improve knowledge acquisition by the manufacturer from the distributor.
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He said pursuing Sir Syed Ahmed Khan's mission we have laid the foundation stone to a grand project 'Sir Syed Tower' that would contribute significantly to both knowledge acquisition and knowledge creation.
The 'ARLG Conference' brought together library and information professionals to discuss knowledge acquisition, organisation and dissemination, especially in academic and research libraries.
Terms like absorptive capacity, background, interaction and motivation are extensively used when the teaching--learning environment is investigated; motivation is indeed an important parameter to be taken into account when knowledge acquisition is modeled.

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