ITM Web Conf.
Volume 7, 20163rd Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ITA 2016)
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|Session 9: Computer Science and its Applications
|21 November 2016
The Mechanism of Sharing Tacit Knowledge Based on Multi-Agent Systems
1 International Office, South China Univ. of Tech., Guangzhou 510641
2 School of Environment and Energy, South China Univ. of Tech., Guangzhou, 510641
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
The effective application of knowledge management in organizations is an essential factor in their successful operation. Furthermore, it is more important that how people exploit tacit knowledge, how they make tacit knowledge beneficial to the organization. Sharing tacit knowledge within an organization is critical to the organization among the individuals and between the individuals. However, there is no approach based on multi-agent systems to analyze the sharing of tacit knowledge, and to discover what kinds of methods tacit knowledge can be shared and how organizations make themselves effective and efficient based on multi-agent systems. So this paper, based on multi-agent systems, aims to present for discussion the mechanism of sharing tacit knowledge within an organization. First of all, this paper describes three main characteristics of tacit knowledge; then expands to find the games between the individuals in the organization. Finally, some conclusions and further discussions are puts forward.
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