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................................................................ refers to the system of creating knowledge including the research and development processes, experts, operational managers/administrators, software systems, archival knowledge resources and databases Options Knowledge Engines Knowledge agents Critical Interdependencies Performative Actions
Knowledge Engines Knowledge agents refers to the system of creating knowledge including the research and development processes, experts, operational managers/administrators, software systems, archival knowledge resources and databases.
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Knowledge Engines Knowledge agents refers to the system of creating knowledge including the research and development processes, experts, operational managers/administrators, software systems, archival knowledge resources and databases.

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