Ontological Framework for Minimizing the Risk of Non-Quality Data During Knowledge Reconciliation in Economic Intelligence Process

Olufade Onifade 1 Odile Thiery 1 Adenike Osofisan Gérald Duffing 1
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LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : Knowledge is seen as legitimate and meaningful resources that strengthens the overall management performance. As a result, knowledge management is viewed as a sine qua non towards creation, storage, sharing, and reusing of the organization's knowledge, employing advances in today's technology. Economic Intelligence (EI) is saddled with usage of timely availability of information towards strategic decision making. However, while decision making is based on available information, it has been observed with concern that reconciling the “need for decision” and subsequent “search for relevant information” poses a serious threat to the overall decision because of some intangible factor that are difficult to be expressed culminating into non-quality of retrieved data, and sometime time taken to adequately mapped the decision maker's “mind-set” into an appropriate object for information retrieval. Ontology potentially enable automated knowledge sharing and reuse among both human and computer agents; this is facilitated based on their ability to interweave human and machine understanding through formal and real-world semantics.
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13th International Conference on Information Quality - ICIQ 2008, Nov 2008, Boston, United States. 2008
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Olufade Onifade, Odile Thiery, Adenike Osofisan, Gérald Duffing. Ontological Framework for Minimizing the Risk of Non-Quality Data During Knowledge Reconciliation in Economic Intelligence Process. 13th International Conference on Information Quality - ICIQ 2008, Nov 2008, Boston, United States. 2008. 〈inria-00344311〉

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