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The development of knowledge portals serving the needs of companies or communities is still a more or less manual process. Ontologies and related meta-data provide a promising conceptual basis for generating (parts of) such knowledge portals (Jin et al., 2001). Obviously, conceptual models of the domain, the users and the tasks are needed among others. Generation of knowledge portals has to be supplemented with the (semi-)automatic evolu tion of portals (Staab and Madche, 2001; Hotho et al., 2001). Since business environments and strategies change rather rapidly, KM portals have to be kept up-to-date in this fast changing environment. Evolution of portals also includes the aspect of forgetting outdated knowledge. KM solutions will be based on a combination of intranet-based functionalities and mobile functionalities in the very near future. Semantic Web technologies are a promising approach to meet the needs of the mobile environments, such as location-aware personalization and adaptation of information presentation to the speci c capabilities of mobile devices, that is, the presentation of the required information at an appropriate level of granularity. In essence, employees should have access to the KM application anywhere and anytime. However, in order to be able to deal with large amounts of knowledge, it must be served at different levels of granularities. For instance, a search on the desktop might also pop up related links and many details, but on the palmtop one must restrict knowledge pieces to the bare minimum.
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