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Title: An event-driven cartographic approach to modelling software engineering knowledge
Authors: Cachia, Ernest
Micallef, Mark
Keywords: Knowledge representation (Information theory)
Software engineering
Knowledge management
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication
Citation: Cachia, E., & Micallef, M. (2011). An event-driven cartographic approach to modelling software engineering knowledge. International Conference on Knowledge Management and Information Sharing, Paris. 18-27.
Abstract: This paper proposes an event-based cartographic approach to managing software engineering knowledge that goes beyond the typical yellow-pages paradigm. After proposing a way of modelling knowledge assets, per- sons in an organisation and various relationships between these elements as a graph, the authors go on to demonstrate how this approach can be useful. Since the model is represented by a mathematical structure, established techniques from graph theory can be used for interesting analysis such as detecting knowledge risks, modelling staff turnover scenarios and identifying people who have similar knowledge to each other. The proposed approach uses an event-driven paradigm which infers the strength of knowledge relationships based on individuals’ participation in each knowledge asset’s life cycle.
ISBN: 9789898425812
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