Y.-C. Mao (Taiwan)
Web-based collaboration, knowledge sharing, knowledge
This study proposes the Literature Induction System (LIS)
for engineers to facilitate the research and development
(R&D) knowledge sharing and management. This system
is applied in a collaborative project over universities and
companies. By utilizing LIS to organize the technology
information around hydraulic disc brake systems for
bicycles, knowledge and experiences are shared broadly
and systematically among researchers and developers.
The capability of collaborative production in the R&D
team is remarkably improved.