Knowledge Management Based on Dynamic and Self-adjusting Fuzzy Models
The objective of this paper is to present a knowledge management based on dynamic and self-adjusting fuzzy models. Specifically, the proposed approach is founded on a knowledge-based methodology and theories of dynamic systems and fuzzy sets. A preliminary design of our fuzzy model takes advantage of the experience from managing of IT projects. Relevant experimental data resulting from these projects are utilized for adjusting the membership functions of the fuzzy model applied in the knowledge-based decision-support system.
KeywordsDecision Support System Knowledge Management Project Team Team Manager Dynamic Part
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