Team ACACIA

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Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry

Knowledge Management Platform

Participants : Alain Giboin (resp.), Olivier Corby, Karine Delêtre, Fabien Gandon, Thierry Grandsart, Nicolas Gronnier, Cécile Guigard.

This two-years project ended in April 2005. A final prototype was delivered, with the final report of the project [58] . KmP involved teams specialized in computer science, economic sciences, management sciences, ergonomics and psychology, namely: Rodige Laboratory (UNSA-CNRS), Latapses Laboratory (UNSA-CNRS), Acacia Team (INRIA Sophia Antipolis), GET (Telecom Paris and ENST Bretagne), Telecom Valley Association (Sophia Antipolis). The project also involved a set of pilot users, who actively participate to the design of the prototype. The KmP project lead to the construction of a web server facilitating the sharing of competences within a community - the Telecom Valley (Sophia Antipolis) which gathers firms, local institutions, and research organizations working in the telecommunications domain. The aim of KmP is to promote partnership seeking and setting within the community (cf. [80] ). The Acacia team coordinated the design and development of the prototype and of its underlying ontologies. The prototype is based on Corese, hence its name: KmP-Corese. The RNRT KmP project was so successful that it will continue through follow-up projects.


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