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Detecting Knowledge Flows in Weblogs Anjo Anjewierden1
 

Summary: Detecting Knowledge Flows in Weblogs
Anjo Anjewierden1
, Robert de Hoog2
, Rogier Brussee3
, and Lilia Efimova3
1
Human Computer Studies Laboratory, University of Amsterdam, Kruislaan 419, 1098 VA Amsterdam,
The Netherlands, anjo@science.uva.nl
2
Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Twente, PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The
Netherlands, R.deHoog@edte.utwente.nl
3
Telematica Instituut, PO Box 589, 7500 AN Enschede, The Netherlands,
{Rogier.Brussee,Lilia.Efimova}@telin.nl
Abstract. Scanning the internal and external environment of an organisation to trace cur-
rent and emerging topics of discourse, is an important task for knowledge management.
Results of this scanning process can be used to anticipate on new developments and for de-
tecting possible knowledge bottlenecks. This paper addresses the unobtrusive identification
of conceptual structures exchanged and possibly shared in weblogs as a case to explore the
opportunities for automated support for this scanning process. The research is also moti-

  

Source: Anjewierden, Anjo - Instituut voor Informatica, Universiteit van Amsterdam

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences