knowledge

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bilgi

Bilal bilgili bir kişidir. - Bilal is a person of knowledge.

Japon öğrencilerinin genel kültür bilgisinden etkilendim. - I was impressed by the general knowledge of Japanese students.

kanaat
to my knowledge bildiğim kadar
enformasyon
{i} bilim

Bilimsel bilginin dağıtımı önemlidir. - The dissemination of scientific knowledge is essential.

Bilimci son bilimsel bilgiler ışığında garip olayları açıkladı. - The scientist explained the strange phenomena in the light of recent scientific knowledge.

{i} tecrübe

Onun bilgisi ve tecrübesi var. - He has knowledge and experience.

intuitive knowledge hisle edinilen bilgi
this branch of knowledge ilmin bu dalı
{i} malumat
{i} irfan
eski cinsi münasebet
bildiğime göre
{i} haber

Mary annesinden habersiz kek yaptı. - Mary made a cake without her mother's knowledge.

take knowledge of biri hakkında anlamak
{i} anlama
bili

Bilimci son bilimsel bilgiler ışığında garip olayları açıkladı. - The scientist explained the strange phenomena in the light of recent scientific knowledge.

Bilimsel bilginin her artışıyla insanın kötülük için gücü iyilik için gücü gibi aynı oranda artırılır. - With every increase of scientific knowledge, man's power for evil is increased in the same proportion as his power for good.

yakin
bilgi birikimi
zeki
knowledge acquisition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilgi edinimi
knowledge and experience
bilgi ve deneyim
knowledge and skill
bilgi beceri
knowledge base
bilgi tabanı
knowledge by acquaintance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tanıdıklık yoluyla bilgi
knowledge contest
bilgi yarışması
knowledge deficiency
(Argo) bilgi eksikliği
knowledge explosion
bilgi patlaması
knowledge gap
bilgi uçurumu
knowledge intensive
bilgi yoğun
knowledge level
bilgi seviyesi
knowledge level
bilgi düzeyi
knowledge management
bilgi yönetimi
knowledge of goods
(Ticaret) mal bilgisi
knowledge of results
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sonuçlar bilgisi
knowledge of state
(Dilbilim) durum bilgisi
knowledge reached by reason
akliyat
knowledge representation
bilgi temsili
knowledge representation
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bilgi gösterimi
knowledge representation 
(Telekom) bilgi temsili 
knowledge sharing
bilgi paylaşımı
knowledge society
(Ticaret) bilgi toplumu
knowledge society
(Ticaret) sanayi ötesi toplum
knowledge sources
bilgi kaynakları
knowledge store
bilgi dağarcığı
knowledge structures
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilgi yapıları
knowledge system
(Bilgisayar) bilgi sistemi
knowledge theory
bilgi teorisi
knowledge worker
bilgi işçisi
knowledge acquisition
bilgi kazanma
Knowledge development
(Askeri) Bilgi Geliştirme
Knowledge workers
bilgi işçisi

Knowledge workers appear more susceptible to distractions that can undermine their work effort and reduce their prodctivity.

knowledge about a topic
Bir konu hakkında bilgi
knowledge base model
bilgi tabanı modeli
knowledge classification
bilgi sınıflandırılması
knowledge domain
bilgi alanı
knowledge evaluation
bilgi değerlendirme
knowledge gateway
bilgi ağ geçidi
knowledge industry
bilgi endüstrisi
knowledge interview
bilgi röportaj
knowledge manager
bilgi yöneticisi
knowledge modelling
bilgi modelleme
knowledge of
bilgi

Gençlik ve cinsiyetiyle ilgili bilgi işine karşı bir ön yargıya sebep olmasın diye Bayan Cockburn adını gizledi. - Mrs Cockburn concealed her name lest the knowledge of her sex and youth should produce a prejudice against her work.

Japon öğrencilerinin genel kültür bilgisinden etkilendim. - I was impressed by the general knowledge of Japanese students.

knowledge of a place
Bir yer hakkında bilgi
knowledge of languages
dil bilgisi
knowledge processing
bilgi işlem
knowledge, awareness
bilgi, bilinç
knowledge based method
bilgi tabanli yontem
knowledge based system
bilgi destekli sistem
knowledge based system
bk. Knowledge System
knowledge engineering
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bilgi mühendisliği
knowledge gap
bilgi ucurumu
knowledge of
(Fiili Deyim ) bilgili olmak , ilim bilmek
knowledge of english
İngilizce bilgisi
knowledge of life
hayat tecrübesi
knowledge representation
bilgi gosterimi
knowledge system
bilgi destekli sistem
knowledge system
bk. Knowledge Based System
(to) the best of my knowledge
bildiğim kadarıyla
absolute knowledge
mutlak bilgi
best of my knowledge
bildiğim kadarıyla
conscious knowledge
bilinçli bilgi
conscious knowledge
şuurlu farkındalık
explicit knowledge
(Dilbilim) açık bilgi
implicit knowledge
(Dilbilim) örtük bilgi
intimate knowledge
ünsiyet
sociology of knowledge
bilgi sosyolojisi
tacit knowledge
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) örtülü bilgi
tacit knowledge
(Dilbilim) örtük bilgi
to the best of my knowledge
bildiğim kadarıyla
will to knowledge
bilme istemi
carnal knowledge
dünyevi bilgi
carnal knowledge
cinsel ilişki
common knowledge
bilinen gerçek
gain knowledge
bilgi kazan
scientific knowledge
ilimsel bilgi
standard of knowledge
bilgi derecesi
traditional knowledge
geleneksel bilgi
acquire knowledge
bilgi sahibi
chief knowledge officer
bilgi yönetim başkanı
common sense knowledge
sağduyu bilgisi
dialect knowledge
lehçe bilgisi
eager to acquire knowledge
bilgi edinmelerine istekli
get knowledge
bilgi almak
prior knowledge
on bilgi
procedural knowledge
yordam bilgisi
reading knowledge
bilgi okuma
this branch of knowledge
ilmin bu dalı
to the best of our knowledge
Bildiğimiz en iyi şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
A course of study which must be completed by prospective London taxi drivers; consists of 320 routes through central London and many significant places

The drivers of the officially licensed black cabs are famous for their mastery of The Knowledge of London streets.

Acknowledgement
The total of what is known; all information and products of learning

His library contained the accumulated knowledge of the Greeks and Romans.

To confess as true; to acknowledge

Then went oute to hym Jerusalem, and all Jury, and all the region rounde aboute Jordan, and were baptised of hym in Jordan, knoledging their synnes.

Awareness of a particular fact or situation; a state of having been informed or made aware of something

He had always intended to visit him, though to the last always assuring his wife that he should not go; and till the evening after the visit was paid she had no knowledge of it.

Sexual intimacy or intercourse (now usually in phrase carnal knowledge)

Every time that he had knowledge of her he would leave, either in the bed, or in her cushion-cloth, or by her looking-glass, or in some place where she must needs find it, a piece of money .

Information or intelligence about something; notice

Item, if any ship be in danger , every man to bear towards her, answering her with one light for a short time, and so to put it out again; thereby to give knowledge that they have seen her token.

Familiarity or understanding of a particular skill, branch of learning etc

Does your friend have any knowledge of hieroglyphics, perchance?.

Notice, awareness

Then she fell on her face, and bowed herself to the ground, and said unto him, Why have I found grace in thine eyes, that thou shouldest take knowledge of me, seeing I am a stranger?.

Intellectual understanding; the state of appreciating truth or information

Knowledge consists in recognizing the difference between good and bad decisions.

The fact of knowing about something; general understanding or familiarity with a subject, place, situation etc

His knowledge of Iceland was limited to what he'd seen on the Travel Channel.

{n} understanding, skill, learning, notice
Information required to develop skills Job concepts or rules (declarative knowledge) and their interrelationship (structural knowledge) The job-specific content or information which a person has gained through training, education and/or experience Knowledge is built upon the foundation of mental abilities that a person brings to the situation
Information that people make use of, along with the rules and contexts of its use
To acknowledge
{i} familiarity, understanding; something that is known; wisdom; learning, education; awareness, cognizance
Knowledge is defined as the remebering of previously learned material This may involve the recal of a wide range of material, from specific facts to complete theories, but all that is required is the bringing to mind of the appropriate information Knowledge represents the lowest level of learning outcomes in the cognitive domain **
Sexual intercourse; usually preceded by carnal; as, carnal knowledge
comprises theory and information which may be formal, factual, descriptive or empirical; (intellectual) acquaintance with a range of facts or information; theoretical or practical understanding of an art, science, language, ; information obtained by study (OED)
If you do something safe in the knowledge that something else is the case, you do the first thing confidently because you are sure of the second thing. You can let your kids play here, safe in the knowledge that they won't get sunburn
Creation of knowledge through problem solving Innovation, creativity, extending from where we are, encouraging change, a competitive weapon
The information context; understanding the significance of information
Acquired information gained through personal experiences making it unique for each individual
Knowledge is information associated with rules which allow inferences to be drawn automatically so that the information can be employed for useful purposes
1 The body of truth, information, and principles acquired by mankind 2 Interpreted information that can be used
An organized body of factual or procedural information necessary to function in a position, including consideration of the amount, breadth (various types required), and depth (extent of both comprehensive and detailed understanding of a specific subject) needed Knowledge may be the combined result of formal education, experience, and training The various levels of knowledge distinguish between what is typically expected at various levels within a class series and/or between classifications However, it is not expected that any one incumbent must possess all knowledge listed on the specification in order to be reallocated from one level to another The range of knowledge to be expected would include a substantial range of knowledge and necessarily depends on the scope of responsibility and duties of the individual position
the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning
That which is or may be known; the object of an act of knowing; a cognition; chiefly used in the plural
Recognition of cause and effect (which is NOT wisdom)
information evaluated and organised in the human mind so that it can be used purposefully
The product of assumption
Understanding and recall of information measured by depth, scope, and ability to integrate to resolve problems
Relevant information that one is able to recall from memory
Information defines facts (A is B) Knowledge defines what one should do if certain facts apply Thus, if A is B, then do C There are many different ways knowledge can be encoded, but policies and business rules are popular formats
Heaven, or the pre-separation world of God and His unified creation in which there are no differences or forms, and thus it is exclusive of the world of perception; not to be confused with the common use of " knowledge," which implies the dualism of a subject who knows and an object which is known; in the Course it reflects the pure experience of non-duality, with no subject-object dichotomy see: Heaven
Scope of information; cognizance; notice; as, it has not come to my knowledge
the final goal of the understanding in combining intuitions and concepts If they are pure, the knowledge will be transcendental; if they are impure, the knowledge will be empirical In a looser sense, 'knowledge' also refers to that which arises out adopting any legitimate perspective
Organized body of information The acquaintance with facts, truths or principles as from study or investigation or the familiarity with a partaker subject, branch of learning, etc see also information and wisdom
The facts and relationships that a computer program must have in order to perform in an intelligent manner
Awareness
That familiarity which is gained by actual experience; practical skill; as, a knowledge of life
Knowledge comprises all cognitive expectances that an individual or organisation actor uses to interpret situations and to generate activities
information that we learn in our daily lives - knowledge is to be shared; if you hang onto it, it becomes greed
the sum of the information and experience the teacher has acquired or learned and is able to recall or use See Competency, Prerequisite Knowledge
1 Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study 2 The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
The ability to discover, accumulate, analyze and clarify information which is pertinent to the growth and well-being of the body Acts 5: 1-11, I Corinthians 12: 8, II Corinthians 11: 6, Colossians 2: 2-3
Justified true belief (until the introduction of the Gettier problem) See epistemology <Discussion> <References> P Mandik
If you say that something is true to your knowledge or to the best of your knowledge, you mean that you believe it to be true but it is possible that you do not know all the facts. Alec never carried a gun to my knowledge
Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have. She told Parliament she had no knowledge of the affair. the quest for scientific knowledge
What is known by perceptual experience and reasoning For example, 1234567 89 is data; "Your bank balance has jumped 8087% to $1234567 89" is information; "Nobody owes me that much money" is knowledge; and "I'd better talk to the bank before I spend it because of what has happened to other people" is wisdom [Free On-line Dictionary of Computing] Explicit knowledge is formal and codified, e g , documents, databases, knowledge bases Tacit knowledge is informal and uncodified, e g , that found in the heads of employees, customers, vendors It is experiential, ephemeral, transitory, and difficult to document [Carla O'Dell & C Jackson Grayson] It is internalized by the knower over a long period of time, and incorporates so much accrued and embedded learning that its rules may be impossible to separate from how an individual acts [Thomas Davenport & Laurence Prusak] Compare with data and information
The act or state of knowing; clear perception of fact, truth, or duty; certain apprehension; familiar cognizance; cognition
(n ) information plus semantic meaning
Knowledge is part of the hierarchy made up of data, information and knowledge Data are raw facts Information is data with context and perspective Knowledge is information with guidance for action based upon insight and experience
That which is gained and preserved by knowing; instruction; acquaintance; enlightenment; learning; scholarship; erudition
justified belief that increases an entity's capacity for effective action (Nonaka); the highest degree of the speculative faculties, which consists in the perception of the truth of affirmative or negative propositions (Locke) View records related to this term
witing
{n} knowing
knowleching
proficiency
veda
knowledge base
A database designed to meet the complex storage and retrieval requirements of computerized knowledge management, especially in support of artificial intelligence or expert systems
knowledge is power
With knowledge and/or education, one's potential or ability to succeed in the pursuit of his objectives will certainly increase
knowledge management
A range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge
knowledge map
a user interface element similar to a graphical organizer, which displays connections between data by a series of shapes (or images) representing ideas and arrows representing relations between them. It is a form of knowledge visualization and is also known as a concept map
knowledge worker
someone who works with information or data
Knowledge management
{i} organization that shares knowledge within a business environment, KM
knowledge base
the content of a particular domain or field of knowledge
knowledge base
An informal term for a collection of information that includes an ontology as one component Besides an ontology, a knowledge base may contain information specified in a declarative language such as logic or expert-system rules, but it may also include unstructured or unformalized information expressed in natural language or procedural code
knowledge base
source of knowledge that gives details and defines rules and general information (used as a source in a given field of expertise)
knowledge base
In expert systems, the combined subject knowledge of human experts 10 17
knowledge base
The specific knowledge about a narrow domain of an expert system
knowledge base
A computer-accessible collection of knowledge about a subject in a variety of forms, such as facts and rules of inference, frames, and objects
knowledge base
The text file that is used to store information and algorithms in the form of predicates It is in effect a database, but one governed by ease of modification and integration rather than graphical/user interface
knowledge base
Data repository holding information on Incidents, Problems and Known Errors, enabling an organisation to match new Incidents against previous ones and thus to reuse established solutions and approaches
knowledge base
A database type used by expert systems (and/or knowledge management systems), that incorporate the knowledge structure of human experts in a specific field
knowledge base
A database of question-answer sets that have been reviewed and stored for future use and retrieval
knowledge base
A store of knowledge about a domain represented in machine-processable form, which may be rules (in which case the knowledge base may be considered a rule base), facts, or other representations See repository
knowledge base
The set of rules, cases, or information the knowledge-based system uses to extract inferences and suggest solutions
knowledge base
A collection of information usually from a database to aid help desk analysts in problem resolution
knowledge base
The set of rules contained in an expert system which constitutes the expert system's knowledge
knowledge base
The CYC® KB is the repository of Cyc's knowledge It consists of a large number of FORTs and an even larger number of assertions involving those constants
knowledge base
The sum of knowledge that is basic to the given circumstances, e g the organization's estimating database, or anecdotal records of risk events on past projects, etc
knowledge base
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knowledge base
Put as generally as possible, a knowledge base embodies knowledge about how to solve a problem in some problem domain Several different approaches to knowledge based representation have been developed over about the last 20 years EMDS incorporates the NetWeaver KB engine for knowledge based reasoning This system implements a knowledge base as a dependency network By itself, a knowledge base doesn't actually do anything The knowledge base that an assessment team constructs with the NetWeaver development system is best thought of as a meta database It is used to interpret data processed by the inference engine
knowledge base
In artificial intelligence, a given inventory of knowledge specific to a set of rules
knowledge base
The part of an artificial intelligence system that contains structured, codified knowledge and hueristics used to solve problems [DEC]
knowledge base
An organized structure of information which facilitates the storage of intelligence in order to be retrieved in support of a knowledge management process
knowledge base
The hierarchical network of an agent's validated rules There are two kinds of validated rule networks: Explicit and Tacit Explicit knowledge bases are rule sets that are identified, communicated, and usually codified for other agents to share Tacit knowledge bases are unidentified, unwritten, and usually communicated non-verbally   Tacit knowledge can also be communicated subconsciously
knowledge base
A store of factual and heuristic knowledge An ES tool provides one or more knowledge representation schemes for expressing knowledge about the application domain Some tools use both frames (objects) and IF-THEN rules In PROLOG the knowledge is represented as logical statements
knowledge base
The knowledge base is a repository for storing information in an organized and structured way The sophisticated database is populated with information and solutions to real problems and questions posed by customers Call Center professionals are able to query the knowledge base a number by of different means, such as, key word and natural language searches
knowledge base
a collection of information and data which represents a specific body of knowledge, a discipline or subject matter The collection is not necessarily stored in the same location but components may be linked
knowledge base
The defined accumulation of an organization's internal set of best practices, past issues or problems and their resolution, product and process data, and other any other information that can be used as a basis for analysis and training It is organized into meaningful categories and provides access methods to query and report the elements of the knowledge base
knowledge base
A database of facts and rules that an expert system uses in its reasoning
knowledge domain
the content of a particular domain or field of knowledge
knowledge engineer
A computer programmer who constructs expert systems.knowledge engineering n
knowledge management
(Ticaret) A system or framework for managing the organizational processes that create, store and distribute knowledge, as defined by its collective data, information and body of experience
knowledge worker
(Ticaret) Someone whose primary job focus is the accumulation, processing or analysis of data and information, as opposed to physical goods
carnal knowledge
Sexual intercourse
common knowledge
A special kind of knowledge for a group of agents, such that when all the agents in a group G know p, they all know that they know p, they all know that they all know that they know p, and so on ad infinitum
common knowledge
What "everybody knows", often with reference to a specific community; something which cannot reasonably be contested
gendered knowledge
In feminist studies and gender studies, the concept that mainstream knowledge is mainly produced by men and thus privileges the masculine over the feminine
general knowledge
The wide body of information that a person acquires from education and from life; not all of it has practical use
prior knowledge
the knowledge that stems from previous experience

I had no prior knowledge of linguistics, but that didn't stop me writing a dictionary.

prior knowledge
knowledge of a set of circumstances sufficient to make actions based on those circumstances wrongful

The defendant was convicted because the prosecutor proved the defendant's prior knowledge of the victim's particular vulnerability.

safe in the knowledge
Confidently, because one is certain that something relevant to the situation is true

You can open the spin dryer door safe in the knowledge that the drum has stopped rotating.

self-knowledge
Knowledge or insight into ones own nature and abilities
sphere of knowledge
Unified body or collection of knowledge regarding a specific subject, interest or otherwise area of expertise possessed by an individual
theory of knowledge
Epistemology

Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge. 2nd ed. Routledge Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy. By Robert Audi. New York: Routledge, 2003.

to my knowledge
As far as I know

To my knowledge, no other victims have come forward.

to one's knowledge
To the extent of one's knowledge of the facts, however implying that one does not know everything

John will be starting his new job next Monday, to my knowledge.

working knowledge
A knowledge of how to make something work without any deeper understanding of why it works, or of how to fix it if it breaks

Candidates must have a working knowledge of standard Windows applications.

zero-knowledge
Describing situations in which the veracity of a statement may be shown to be true without revealing any other information
zero-knowledge proof
An interactive method for one party to prove to another that a (usually mathematical) statement is true, without revealing anything other than the veracity of the statement
knowledge