Keep track of diverse knowledge assets and activities in a single space in order to:
- - accelerate findability of documents
- - discover gaps and overlaps among knowledge activities
- - perform alignment and crosswalks between documents
- - monitor trends based on sketched query geometry
The platform can be deployed for any knowledge domain. For a first glimpse of base maps and novel ways to visualize text queries, check out these public deployments of BoKMap Explorer:Management Consulting & Accounting Analyst, where you can explore recent business and management literature. Or experience the power of maps when half a million computing-related documents are contextualized within the Data Science & Analytics domain.
In his own voice: see André Skupin explain how the provision of context becomes a foundational element of spatial intelligence: ISPRS Webinar.
This pair of technologies enables collaboration, exploration, and exploitation of domain knowledge using a knowledge graph approach. It can be used to capture and organize the latent knowledge held within a domain community or any organization, such as a corporate or government entity.
Our recently patented solution addresses two key problems:
(1) how to capture the knowledge held by domain actors, liberating it from siloed thinking and processes.
(2) how to operationalize such knowledge, making it usable by people and applications.
BoKWiki™ is designed for collaborative capture and editing of domain concepts and their relationships, as well as organizing competencies/skills and canonical documents. User authentication and editorial workflow controls are included.
Example: GIS&T Body of Knowledge
BoKOnto™ stores concept networks, keeps track of the evolution of domain knowledge, performs inferences, and makes it all available to user applications through Web API services that can be ingested by applications. These services include analytical capabilities that range from simple text queries to complex natural language operations.