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Regular Issues

 

  • Knowledge Management in Organizations: Mapping the research literature
    by Bojan Žlahtič, Peter Kokol, Milan Zorman, Vili Podgorelec, Grega Žlahtič 
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  • A framework for benchmarking public websites in the labor sector
    by M.G. Fugini, P. Maggiolini, R. Salvador Vallès 
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  • A Team Discovery Model for Crowdsourcing Tasks to Social Networks
    by Yong Sun, Wenan Tan, Li Huang 
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  • Estimating Similarity of Rich Internet Pages Using Visual Information
    by Zhen Xu, James Miller 
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  • WEB 1.0 To WEB 2.0: an observational study and empirical evidence for the historical r(evolution) of the social web
    by Martin Sykora 
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