The Knowledge Grid

The Knowledge Grid

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The Knowledge Grid is an intelligent and sustainable interconnection environment that enables people and machines to effectively capture, publish, share and manage knowledge resources. It also provides appropriate on-demand services to support scientific research, technological innovation, cooperative teamwork, problem solving, and decision making. It incorporates epistemology and ontology to reflect human cognitive characteristics; exploits social, ecological and economic principles; and adopts techniques and standards developed during work toward the future web. This book presents its methodology, theory, models and applications systematically for the first time.7K. 7h. 7^. Fig. 6.2 Naive scheme of the structure of the WWW. The size of this network was close to one billion nodes at the end of 1999 (S.Lawrence and C.L. Giles, aquot;Searching the World Wide Webaquot;, Science, vol.280, no.5360, 1998, pp.98- 100; S.Lawrence and C.L. Giles, ... Several studies have established that both Poul (k) and Pin Chapter 6 Exploring Scale-Free Networks 201 6.2.1 The Internet .

Title:The Knowledge Grid
Author: Hai Zhuge
Publisher:World Scientific - 2004

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