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domain knowledge

Medical education A format for acquiring knowledge based on rote memorization of large blocks of information–eg, the findings of a particular disease. Cf Socratic method.
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The domain knowledge has been stated as the major driver of creativity (Amabilie, 1995; Kilgour, 2006).
This all reflect that team members should have high but similar level of domain expertise in order to avoid role-centrality by one team member possessing substantially higher domain knowledge and which hinders the team interaction process, the knowledge sharing process in a team and hence the occurrence of creative outcome by a team (Leenders, van Engelen & Kratzer, 2003; Paulus & Yang, 2000; Taggar, 2002; Freeman, 1979).
The ISIS helps an organization to handle its IS domain knowledge, including acquiring, analyzing, preserving, and using domain knowledge.
Consequently, our approach considers conceptual specifications as essential domain knowledge about the IS development process that could be employed to manage this process.
Moreover the domain knowledge which users and web services providers agree upon should be denoted in order to compute semantic matches between service advertisements and service requests.
The cohesion of domain refers to the logic relativity of domain knowledge, and the stability of domain indicates that domain knowledge would not change largely in the limited time.
The Interdependence of Reading, Vocabulary, and Domain Knowledge
Like vocabulary, readers must also have some level of domain knowledge before they can understand many kinds of texts.
The Domain Knowledge Workflow (DKW) assimilates information from large, complex organizations.
The Domain Knowledge Repository is where all of the business maps are stored.
Section 3 shows domain knowledge ontology infrastructure building and the experiment result will be demonstrated in Section 4.
The use of the domain knowledge is probably the only way by which higher-level semantics can be incorporated into techniques that capture the semantic concepts.