What is Knowledge?
The question may seem simple and possibly too obvious, everyone knows what knowledge is,
and uses it most of the time, or is it? Could the fact that it is so intuitive hide surprises and some fascination also?
In fact, knowledge, and its definition, can be approached from different viewpoints,
starting from the obvious and generally understood, towards the more specific and enabling.
From very general viewpoints, considerations progressively focus
toward more specific application viewpoints including knowledge
resource computing architecture and implications,
and even to business-knowledge architecture and governance.
This section is structured on a few pages available from the menu below and preferably read sequentially.
Architecture, Collaboration, Complexity, Content, Cosmos,
Distributed, Entitlement, Governance, Knowledge, KREMMS,
Management, Modeling, Nature, Phenomenon, Privacy,
Reality, Relation, Resource, Security, Sharing, System.