An Original Usage-Based Metrics for Building a Unified View of Corporate Documents
Nowadays, organizational members manage the huge amount of digital documents that they exploit at work. To do that, they organize documents into individual hierarchies. Actually, these documents are really parts of a company’s capital as they reflect past experiences, present competences and impending expertise. Unfortunately, even if corporate documents represent high value-added material, they still mostly remain unknown from the organization as a whole. That is the reason why this paper proposes to build a unified view of corporate documents. Our approach is complementary to current content-based ones because it relies on an original metrics related to documents usage within an organization.
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