Knowledge Base (klog)
Definition - What does Knowledge Base (klog) mean?
A knowledge base is a database used for knowledge sharing and management.
It promotes the collection, organization and retrieval of knowledge. Many knowledge bases are structured around artificial intelligence and not only store data but find solutions for further problems using data from previous experience stored as part of the knowledge base.
Knowledge management systems depend on data management technologies ranging from relational databases to data warehouses. Some knowledge bases are little more than indexed encyclopedic information; others are interactive and behave/respond according to the input prompted from the user.
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