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Usability of Knowledge Portals for Exclusives in Local Governments

Abstract : Exclusion phenomenon in common understanding denotes processes in which members of society or groups of people are permanently blocked from resources (mostly considered as social exclusion). No doubts, such sort of phenomena is observed as unwanted not only from “outsiders” but also from local and global society points of view. The exclusion (and its antonym inclusion) phenomenon can be investigated including many perspectives: starting from identifying exclusion as a process, through multidimensional aspects up to solutions available in the domain.In order to be successful in overtaking this phenomenon groups and institutions involved in this process should be supported by ICT solutions. The paper consists of six parts which gradually present context of the problem and proposed solutions. After short introduction concerning research background the discussed concept of exclusion processes and knowledge portals are presented. In the main section a general idea of knowledge portal for exclusives is proposed and specialty of these portal for regional implementation in the Silesia agglomeration is discussed. It creates opportunities for formulation final conclusions about the necessity and usability of the developed platform.
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Krzysztof Hauke, Mieczysław Owoc, Maciej Pondel. Usability of Knowledge Portals for Exclusives in Local Governments. 2nd IFIP International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management (AI4KM), Sep 2014, Warsaw, Poland. pp.92-106, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-28868-0_6⟩. ⟨hal-01369803⟩

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