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  • The Case Against Knowledge Management 1/11/02 Who points to it? 45 - Companies waste billions on knowledge management because theyfail to figure out what knowledge they need, or how to manage it. In his latest book, "The Wealth of Knowledge: IntellectualCapital and the 21st Century Organization," to be published in January by Currency Doubleday. ,Thomas A. Stewart explains howto answer both questions.

  • Open Directory - Computers: Internet: Commercial Services: E-Commerce 8/2/99 Who points to it? 20

  • Eectronic publishing 8/3/99 Who points to it? 17 - El.Pub, is a focus for information about R&D in large scale electronic publishing.

  • IBM Data Management White Papers : Text Mining 8/5/99 Who points to it? 24

  • XRCE - Coordination Technologies 9/6/99 Who points to it? 21 - Information on the Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) research group on coordination technology, including knowledge management, information retrieval, intelligent interfaces and distributed work coordination.

  • topic maps 6/19/00 Who points to it? 28 - Topic maps is an ISO Standard (ISO13250) that enablesvast information resources to be classified and navigatedin a consistent manner. It allows for the concepts or topicsthat underlie a set of information objects to be exposed tothose people or applications processing the information.

  • Moving Past The Information Age: Getting Started with Knowledge Management 7/23/00 Who points to it? 38 - A short article from Information Impacts Magazine (iMP) byJon Desenberg -- "The government depends on what it knows. Or to be morespecific -- on what it knows, how it uses what it knows, and how fast it canknow something new. For just this reason, the Federal community is turningto the growing field of Knowledge Management."

  • 7/23/00 Who points to it? 34 - is a web search engine which provides help with context-based searching. Forexample a query on ASP returned the concepts "snake" and "viper" with an option to add yourown concept (in this case Active Server Pages). The engine then uses the chosen concept torefine the list of results displayed. This mechanism helps to remove ambiguous results whensearching, a handy feature. (

  • SwiftFile, nee MailCat 11/11/00 Who points to it? 19 - SwiftFile is an intelligent assistant for Lotus Notes developed by Segal and Kephart of IBM that helps users organize their e-mailinto folders. It uses a text classifier to learn each user's mail-filing habits. SwiftFile uses themodel it learns to predict the three folders in which the user is most likely to place each incomingmessage. The predictions are presented to the user as three shortcut buttons that allow the user toquickly file each message into one of the predicted folders.

  • Concern About New Web Monitors and cybersleuthing 2/24/01 Who points to it? 66 - A WIreded News article which discusses the increasing sophistication of data-extraction technology offered by a host of Web intelligence agencies,. This is being used by corporate PR to develop the power to extinguish a rumor as soon as it's born.

  • Phibot 2/23/02 Who points to it? 35 - is a collaborative research project of the Universityof Mainz, the German Research Center of Artificial Intelligence(DFKI) and brainbot technologies AG which is aiming to producea new web search engine for scientists. As part of the AdaptiveRead Project, phibot is a web-based experiment for collaborativeinformation retrieval attempting to carry out research into queryreformulation on a large scale internet search engine. (Elpub)

  • The Lemur Toolkit for Language Modeling and Information Retrieval 2/23/02 Who points to it? 40 - The Lemur Toolkit for Language Modeling and Information Retrieval provides a framework for text informationretrieval (IR), leveraging work on language modeling from otherareas such as speech recognition and statistical natural languageprocessing. The Lemur Toolkit is designed to facilitate researchin language modeling and information retrieval, where IR isbroadly interpreted to include such technologies as ad hoc anddistributed retrieval, cross-language IR, summarisation,filtering, and classification. (

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