Graduate Innovation and Knowledge Management Curriculum at Near East University
Abstract: Knowledge Management discipline requires interdisciplinary implementation and interaction of separate domains. This conditions have become its nature and to be able to answer these requirements of this condition, different Knowledge Science oriented programs have been founded. In this study, by looking at one of these programs, Near East University Innovation and Knowledge Management Master and Doctorate programs, with respect to epistemological and ontological perspectives and related inter-intra organization, humanist, technological and socio-technical paradigms, these programs structures are shared. As an addition to this concept, to be able to satisfy personalized education requirements of the graduate level students, a fuzzy based system is suggested to build a system over this concept.
Keywords: Knowledge Management; Fuzzy Based Education; Paradigms
Mustafa Sağsan, İhsan Tolga Medeni, Tunç Durmuş Medeni: Knowledge Management Paradigms: Implementation through Individual Fuzzy-based Education. Procedia Computer Science, Volume 102 (Special Issue: 12th International Conference on Application of Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing, ICAFS 2016, 29-30 August 2016, Vienna, Austria), 2016, Pages 259-266
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