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A KM system should enable assimilation of emergent knowledge within pre-established processes, but not to the exclusion of knowledge creation itself. An example of the balane between both is SEPIA Structure Elicitation and Processing of Ideas for Authoring, another early hypertext system involving structured management of ideas(knowledge ) as written goals was (Streitz et al, 1989).
SEPIA was a knowledge-based authoring and idea-processing engine for creating and managing hypertext documents in five areas:
Fransicso J.Ricardo, "Hypertext and Knowledge Management", ACM 2001
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