Knowledge Sources and Automatic Classification: A Literature Review
Mario Barcelo-Valenzuela, Miguel Romero-Ochoa, Alonso Perez-Soltero, Gerardo Sanchez-Schmitz

In organizations, a very important task is to identify and exploit knowledge assets in order to be competitive. Managing Knowledge alone has been a difficult task, therefore, the use of information systems to help manage organizational knowledge is strongly recommended.This article contains the introduction of knowledge possessed by organizations and the use of knowledge management systems, which are composed of different sources of knowledge such as those related to text, and multimedia communication systems. Because organizations have the need of knowledge classification, a review of the literature based on classification techniques that do not use information technology is presented. In the other hand, automatic techniques that work with different types of algorithms are mentioned. Finally, we propose a synthesis of knowledge sources and its classification.

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