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knowledge base

EBM
That which a person knows based on his or her mental store of information.
 
Informatics
A store of data which is represented in a way that a computer can search and reason with it automatically. Knowledge bases often use a clinical coding system to label the concepts.
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For finding the shortest path from point S to point F each ITA uses Dijkstra's algorithm and the knowledge base. With the transition to the next point of graph, ITA recalculates weight of edges that allows dynamically avoiding the problem areas and moving faster as a result.
--And finally, and this is the most important point, we adopted a strategy when the Knowledge Base is "full enough".
[1] The knowledge base of language teaching is a broad theme encompassing many areas.
Teachers use the Content Knowledge Base to build connections between and among concepts and skills in the subject, sequence the content so that the subject's structure is emphasized, organize the content so that students may meaningfully engage in learning the content, and formulate questions that assist in students' learning of the subject (Rosenshine and Stevens, 1986).
The introduction of the epistemic operator, K, requires the adoption of a possible world semantics for the interaction language (the language used by a reasoning engine to interact with a knowledge base at the knowledge level).
Among components of the knowledge base, two parts include (1) geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and (2) the overall inspection process.
When First DataBank has integrated the Healthnotes databases into various knowledge base products, such as the National Drug Data File(R) Plus, healthcare professionals will have much more convenient access to this information from within their own pharmacy or clinical decision-support systems.
In short, structured repositories and knowledge bases were simply too rigid for an organization "that is in perpetual motion," he adds.
This partnership was unique as student teachers acquired: (1) an increased knowledge base about implementing various reading/writing strategies to a broad spectrum of students according to state standards and district curriculum mandates; (2) a vernacular about ways to promote literacy through "chunking," graphic organizers," literacy portfolios," technology usage,"and "flex grouping" while connecting it to children's literature, and (3) an increased knowledge about assessment techniques for each individual child including teacher developed rubrics and other performance-based means of measurement.
Traditional Expert System uses definite rules and knowledge as its knowledge base. While in some other cases where the rules cannot be represented as definite knowledge sets, so the system should simulate the human being's natural language to fill its knowledge base.
For example, the iCommunicate.NET knowledge base manages frequently asked questions and provides self-service access to valuable agency information and assistance.
In addition, the program should include, among other features, search facilities within the reference knowledge base, a carry-forward feature to expedite data entry in the field, and the ability to catalogue or inventory buildings, locations and equipment, with related service life information.

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