Multi-site project management: A domain for crafting an ontology system methodology and system architecture
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Multi-site project management (the domain in analysis) is a growing practice with little documented research. It has many knowledge-based issues resulting from the dispersion of people, systems and resources. An ontology knowledge system is proposed as one solution that would help resolve these issues. This paper suggests a 3-phased approach ? conceptualising a system design framework, designing the underpinning development methodology, and developing an ontology knowledge system solution for supporting multi-site project management.
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