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Professional Knowledge Management

Volume 3782 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 269-271

Third German Workshop on Experience Management (GWEM 2005)

  • Armin StahlAffiliated withResearch Group Image Understanding and Pattern Recognition (IUPR), German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) GmbH
  • , Martin SchaafAffiliated withInstitute for Mathematics and Applied Computer Science, Data and Knowledge Management Group, University of Hildesheim
  • , Ralph TraphönerAffiliated withempolis GmbH

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Abstract

Experience Management (EM) as a sub-discipline of Knowledge Management (KM) deals with collecting, modeling, storing, reusing, evaluating, and maintaining experience knowledge, i.e., specific knowledge situated in a particular problem solving context.