Knowledge-base meaning

The definition of knowledge base is a database that collects, organizes, stores and shares information to be used by humans or machines.

An example of knowledge base is a database that stores information about houses currently on the market to be used by real estate agents.

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A collection of data organized in a form that facilitates analysis by automated deductive processes, such as an expert system.
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The collection of information representing the collective knowledge of an organization, arranged for easy search and retrieval.
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(1) The most common occurrence of the term is the vendor's technical support section on its website. The knowledge base includes a repository of articles and a search capability. In many cases, the content is a combination of support articles and frequently asked questions.
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A database designed to meet the complex storage and retrieval requirements of computerized knowledge management, especially in support of artificial intelligence or expert systems.
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