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Self-Study Quiz: Multiple Choice

Chapter 12: Managing Knowledge in the Digital Firm

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This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
Where, when, and how to apply knowledge is referred to as:


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Question 2.
Knowledge that resides in the minds of employees that has been documented is called:


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Question 3.
An informal group of people that may deliver work in many different locations, but who share, professional interest is called:


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Question 4.
A formal document would be classified as which of the following?


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Question 5.
A scheme for classifying information and knowledge in such a way that it can be easily accessed is called a(n):


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Question 6.
CAD systems require:


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Question 7.
VRML works on:


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Question 8.
When capturing tactic knowledge, which of the following technologies would NOT be used?


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Question 9.
Which of the following is used for generating solutions to problems that are too large and complex for human beings to analyze on their own?


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Question 10.
These types of systems would be able to learn languages and use a perceptual apparatus.


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Question 11.
The inference engine can use either:


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Question 12.
A knowledge engineer is similar to a traditional ________________, but has special expertise in eliciting information and expertise from other professionals.


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Question 13.
Organizational knowledge can be captured and stored using:


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Question 14.
Fuzzy logic allows managers to:


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Question 15.
Hardware and software that attempts to emulate the processing patterns of the biological brain best describes:


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