Information and Knowledge Sharing    (IKS 2002)

November 18 – 20, 2002
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Editor(s): Marc. Boumedine
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Track Story Telling and Case Studies FreeSubscription
361-040 Knowledge, Networking and Innovation: Developing a Process Perspective
J. Swan, M. Robertson, and H. Scarbrough (UK)
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361-061 Introducing Shared-knowledge Awareness
C.A. Collazos, L.A. Guerrero, J.A. Pino, and S.F. Ochoa (Chile)
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361-090 Impacts of the Use of Information Technology in Supporting Remote Team Work: A Case Study
J.P. Albino (Brazil)
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361-098 Storytelling and Knowledge Sharing on an Intranet
M. Bergquist and J. Ljungberg (Sweden)
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Track Knowledge Management FreeSubscription
361-002 Knowledge Management in a Large Government Organization
J. Liebowitz (USA)
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361-021 Transfer of Senior Employees' Competencies to Junior Employees
K.U. Koskinen (Finland)
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361-027 Air Force Organizational Memory Information System: A Computer-mediated Communication Perspective
M.A. Grayson, D.P. Biros, M. Ward, and H. Chen (USA)
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361-078 A Framework for Learning Model Innovation using Knowledge Engineering
G.A. Santana Torrellas (Mexico)
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361-086 Effective Organizational Memory Sharing by a Process-linking Approach
C. Kadowaki and M. Shikida (Japan)
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361-105 Window of Opportunity or Point of Passage? Technology Participation
K.J. Breunig, K. Kongsvold (Norway)
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Track E-Learning and Distance Education FreeSubscription
361-022 Internet-based Services for E-learning Marketplaces
F. Bodendorf (Germany)
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361-033 Doing Real-time E-teaching: The Peer-to-peer Approach of the Javaslides Prototype
A. Molinari and L. Colazzo (Italy)
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361-052 E-Classrooms, Traditional Classrooms and Learning
J.D.E. Thomas (USA)
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361-056 Coordinating Pilot Studies for Distributed earning Environmentswith Web-based Support Tools
J.E. Opgrande, B.M. Slator, A. Bergstrom, P. McClean, B. Vender, and A.R. White (USA)
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361-097 Information and Knowledge Sharing in Higher Education Institutions using Internet Technologies
J.J.P.C. Rodrigues, M.M. Freire, and M.J. Barrulas (Portugal)
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Track Information Retrieval and Extraction FreeSubscription
361-023 Associative Documents Discovering based on Document Contents and Users Behavior
I.-H. Meng, W.-C. Chen, and L.-P. Chang (Taiwan)
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361-081 Query Reformulation in Collaborative Information Retrieval
A. Hust, S. Klink, M. Junker,and A. Dengel (Germany)
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361-094 Log-based Chat Room Monitoring using Text Categorization: A Comparative Study
E.M. Elnahrawy (USA)
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361-108 Inforadar-CL: A Cross-lingual Information Discovery Tool Exploiting Automatic Document Categorization
J.E. Valiente-Fernandez and B.J. Velez-Rivera (Puerto Rico)
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361-113 Design of a Hybrid Search in the Online Knowledge Center
J. Kim, O. Balsoy, M. Pierce, and G. Fox (USA)
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Track Social and Business Applications FreeSubscription
361-028 Knowledge Sharing and Component based Development: Exploring Subcultural Barriers
J.C. Huang, S. Newell, and R.D. Galliers (UK)
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361-036 Customizable Portals for Knowledge Sharing
I.T. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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361-051 Users with Disabilities' Social and Economic Development Through Online Acess
N. Bowker and K. Tuffin (New Zealand)
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361-064 Enabling Business Information and Knowledge Sharing
A. Salden and M. Kempen (The Netherlands)
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361-066 A Toolset for Determining Social Networks on the Web
D. Helm, R. D’Amore, G. Valley, and M. Konchady (USA)
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361-112 A Rule Warehouse System for Knowledge Sharing and Business Collaboration
Y. Liu, Y. Shi, H. Lam, S. Su, K. Pillalamarri, and M. Islamraja (USA)
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Track Scientific Applications FreeSubscription
361-043 Supply Chain Management in the ERP Environment
R. Breite, J. Risikko, S.-T. Salkorinne, and H. Vanharanta (Finland)
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361-048 Developing an Underground Infrastructure Management System using GPR, GPS and GIS
R. Baffour and A. Abatan (USA)
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361-059 WebGISRCI: A Web-based GIS Road Closure Information System
D.A. Rutschman, H. Yu, E.U. Nzewi, and L. Wang (USA)
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361-080 Building an On-line Community for Medical Research – From Grant Peer Review to Project Management
Z.N. Ma, Y.Y. Cai, L. Lee, and Y.L. Lim (Singapore)
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361-118 Electronic Supply Chain Management in the Supplier Networks of the Automotive Industry: An Industry-specific Solution on Its Way to Becoming a European Standard
W. Sihn and F. Gehr (Germany)
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Track Data Mining/Knowledge Discovery, Elicitation, and Representation FreeSubscription
361-050 Outer Context: A not yet Discovered Jewel for Document-based Information Mining
F. Schütz (Germany)
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361-065 Checklists as a Tool for Collecting Experience Knowledge
J.K. Kokkoniemi (Finland)
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361-072 A Concept Map-based Knowledge Modeling Approach to Expert Knowledge Sharing
J.W. Coffey, R.R. Hoffman, A.J. Cañas, and K.M. Ford (USA)
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361-075 Mining Sequential Patterns without ‘Apriori’ Candidate Generation
L. Harada, Y. Hotta, and R. Take (Japan)
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361-083 On Knowledge Representation using an Elementary Mathematical Data Model
C. Mancaş (Romania)
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361-099 Web Traffic Analysis
S. Naouali and M. Quafafou (France)
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361-100 Knowledge-based Systems applied to Thematic Map Design
E. Pantaleão and C.R. Sluter (Brazil)
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361-115 Theoretical Limitation for Parallelizing KDD based Algorithms for Data Mining and Proposal of an Alternative Approach
C. Rodríguez Lucatero (Mexico)
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Track Interchange and Interoperability FreeSubscription
361-017 Electronic Commerce Management Implications from Autopoietic and Complexity Theories
A. Nelson, W.H.M. Nelson III (USA), and F. Maubourguet (France)
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361-049 XML Information Retrieval Using SQL2Xquery
F.J. Cartujano Escobar, E.D. Espinosa, and R. Lozano (Mexico)
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361-088 An XML-based Digital Document Distribution Framework
X. Shi, K. Maetzel, and E. Neuhold (Germany)
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361-093 Interoperability Between Heterogeneous Data Sources: An XML Query based Approach
G. Nachouki and M. Quafafou (France)
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361-102 An XML-based System for Message Creation, Delivery, and Control
G. Aydin, G.C. Fox, A. Kaplan, M. Pierce, A.E. Topcu, B. Yildiz, and O. Balsoy (USA)
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361-800 Improving the Scalability of Peer-to-Peer Systems
R.C. Henderson and J.C. Kelly (USA)
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Track Ontologies, Models, Agentsm, and Smart Networks FreeSubscription
361-073 Corporative Collaborative Architecture based on Agents, Simple, Scalable, and Easily Administrable
Á. Rodríguez Moreda, L. Utrera Molina, E. Abril Domingo, and M. Lόpez Coronado (Spain)
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361-077 Building a Universal Teleworking Environment using Web Services
I. Braun and A. Schill (Germany)
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361-079 Experiments with Cognitive Packet Networks
E. Gelenbe, R. Lent, A. Núñez, and Z. Xu (USA)
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361-106 Wide-Area Query Execution in MOCHA
M. Rodríguez-Martínez (Puerto Rico) and N. Roussopoulos (USA)
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361-119 View-centric Reasoning about Space-based Middleware
M.L. Smith, R.J. Parsons, and C.E. Hughes (USA)
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361-121 Heuristic Method to Develop a Stock Index for the Mexican Stock Exchange
C.A. Coutiño, C.R. Lucatero, J.A. Torres, and L.A. Tavera (Mexico)
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This publication covers the following topics: Story Telling and Case Studies; Knowledge Management; e-Learning and Distance Education; Information Retrieval and Extraction; Social and Business Applications; Scientific Applications; Data Mining/Knowledge Discovery, Elicitation, and Representation; Interchange and Interoperability; and Ontologies, Models, Agents, and Smart Networks.

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