189 pages | 50 B/W Illus.
Knowledge science is an emerging discipline resulting from the demands of a knowledge-based economy and information revolution. Explaining how to improve our knowledge-based society, Knowledge Science: Modeling the Knowledge Creation Process addresses problems in collecting, synthesizing, coordinating, and creating knowledge. The book introduces several key concepts in knowledge science:
Specialists in decision science, artificial intelligence, systems engineering, behavioral science, and management science, the book’s contributors present their own original ideas, including an Oriental systems philosophy, a new episteme in the knowledge-based society, and a theory of knowledge construction. They emphasize the importance of systemic thinking for developing a better society in the current knowledge-based era.
Introduction, Yoshiteru Nakamori
Knowledge Technology, Zhongtuo Wang
Knowledge Management, Zhichang Zhu
Knowledge Discovery, Tu Bao Ho
Knowledge Synthesis, Jifa Gu
Knowledge Justification, Andrzej (Andrew) Piotr Wierzbicki
Knowledge Construction, Yoshiteru Nakamori