Knowledge Model: Project Knowledge Management: Knowledge Model: Project Knowledge Management : Kiwi project deliverable D6.3

Frederico Durao, Peter Dolog, Daniel Grolin, Karsten Jahn, Peter Axel Nielsen, Andreas Munk-Madsen, Keld Pedersen

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Abstract

The Knowledge model for project management serves several goals:Introducing relevant concepts of project management area for software development (Section 1). Reviewing and understanding the real case requirements from the industrial perspective. (Section 2). Giving some preliminary suggestions for usage in KIWI system (Sections 3). This document is intended for technological partners to understand how for example the software development concepts can be applied to a semantic wiki framework.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Project management
Knowledge management
Management knowledge
Software development
Knowledge model
Reviewing
Wikis

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