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- This research aims to adopt the principles of Fuzzy Logic that applied to assess the quality of knowledge in knowledge management systems in the context of institutions of Thailand higher education. This research use both qualitative and quantitative methods. The research methodology follows the three main steps: 1) survey and analysis of criteria to measure quality of information 2) Find the method how to measure the quality of knowledge in knowledge management systems in higher education such as universities which based on expert’s opinion 3) to assessment the quality of knowledge in knowledge management systems with Fuzzy Logic and Analytic Hierarchy Process. The research shows that with our proposed knowledge quality metric and knowledge assessment method is more reliable than the traditional knowledge management systems assessment.
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