Knowledge Creation and Adaptive Collaboration Based on XML Web Services

Knowledge Creation and Adaptive Collaboration Based on XML Web Services

Mayumi Hori (Hakuoh University Japan, Japan) and Masakazu Ohashi (Chuo University, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-165-0.ch014
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Abstract

This chapter introduces the adaptive collaboration (AC) and its potentials in the new paradigm of the 21st century networked society. It is an innovative information technology system for knowledge creation based on the XML Web services, which is essential to promptly meet the increasingly diverse needs and kaleidoscopic changes in economy. The AC is critical in the ubiquitous society, where constant improvement of business processes and cooperation and collaboration with both existing and new systems are required. Today’s knowledge is considered ecological and organic in a way that it is flexible enough to swiftly sense numeral shifts in the environment. The new method that integrates a number of different systems and applications into one system to enable the AC has been generating much attention as it may meet the diverse and growing demands in the future of the ubiquitous society.

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