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28 Cards in this Set

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organizational knowledge regarding how to efficiently and effectively perform business processes and create new products and services that enable the business to create value
Knowledge assets
expertise and experience of organizational members that has not been formally documented
tactic knowledge
people, such as engineers, scientists, or architects, who designed products or services or create knowledge for the organization
knowledge workers
computer systems, such as word-processing, voice mail, and imaging, better designed to increase the productivity of information workers in the office
office systems
information system that automates the creation and revision of designs using sophisticated graphics software
computer aided design (CAD)
interactive graphics software and hardware that create computer-generated simulations that provide sensations that emulate real world activities
virtual reality systems
a set specifications for interactive three-dimensional modeling on the world wide Web
virtual reality modeling Language (vrml)
Group collaboration software that is customized for teamwork
tool for identifying and locating the organization's knowledge resources
knowledge map
application that enables companies to provide users with a single gateway to internal and external sources of information
enterprise information portal
the effort to develop computer-based systems that can behave like humans, with the ability to learn languages, accomplish physical tasks, use a perceptual apparatus, and emulate human expertise in decision making
artificial intelligence
- knowledge intensive computer program that captures the expertise of a human in limited domains of knowledge
expert system
model of human knowledge that is used by expert systems
knowledge base
the programming environment of an expert system
AI shell
the strategy used to search through their rule based in the expert system can be forward or backward chain
inference engine
a strategy for searching the rule base and an expert system that begins with the information entered by the user and searches the rule based to arrive at the conclusion
for word chaining
- a strategy for searching the rule base in the expert system that acts like a problem solver by beginning with the hypothesis and seeking out more information until the hypothesis is either prove or disprove
backward chaining
a specialist who elicits information and expertise from other professionals and translates it into a set of rules for the expert system
knowledge engineer
hardware or software that attempts to emulate the processing patterns of the biological brain
neural network
lambastes artificial intelligence that tolerates imprecision by using non-specific terms called membership functions to solve problems
fuzzy logic
problem-solving methods that promote the evolution of solutions to specified problems using the model of living organisms adapting to the retirement
genetic algorithms
integration of multiple artificial intelligence technologies into a single application to take advantage of the best features of these technologies
hybrid artificial intelligence systems
- some kind of device used with document imaging systems
jukebox device
- systems that converts paper documents and images into digital form so that they can be stored and access by the computer
document imaging systems
programming language that is very close to human language
natural language
software with varying levels of built-in intelligence to help electronic commerce shoppers locate and about which products or services that might wish to purchase
Shopping bot
system that runs continuously and monitors information as it arrives from multiple distributed locations and then executes specific tasks in response to what they find
autonomous execution systems
systems that would be able to learn natural languages and accomplish coordinated physical tasks