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Semantic task management framework: Bridging information and work

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Despite the growing importance of knowledge work in todays organizations, its support by means of ICT tools is still rather limited. Recent trends in semantic technologies provide novel approaches for an effective solution to these challenges in terms of semantic-based task management. However, task management involves the complex interplay of information and work activities. Thus a semantic task management framework is needed which supports an adaptable semantic foundation, to meet the challenges of knowledge work, via a set of task services on the desktop. To this end, we propose the Nepomuk Semantic Task Management Framework (STMF) as platform for a task-oriented ecosystem for desktop applications. © 2009 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.




Ong, E., Riss, U. V., Grebner, O., & Du, Y. (2009). Semantic task management framework: Bridging information and work. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 221, 25–43.

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