References for the OSI Project Proposal by Dr Sead Spuzic


[1] Abhary K, Adriansen H K, Begovac F, Djukic D, Qin B, Spuzic S, Wood D and Xing K (2009) "Some Basic Aspects of Knowledge" Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2009, Pages 1753-1758; presented at the World Conference on Educational Sciences, North Cyprus, 04-07 February, 2009;


[2] Spuzic S, Xing K and Abhary, K (2008) "Some Examples of Ambiguities in Cross-disciplinary Terminology", The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.19-28;


[3] Spuzic S, Abhary K, Stevens C, Fabris N, Rice J, Nouwens F (2005) “Contribution to Cross-disciplinary Lexicon” (Editors: D Radcliffe and J Humphries) Proceedings 4th ASEE/AaeE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Sydney, 26-29 September 2005


[4] Spuzic S and Nouwens F (2004) "A Contribution to Defining the Term ‘Definition’", Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology Education, Volume 1 (2004) pp 645 - 662,


[5] Spuzic S, Xing K and Abhary K (2008) “Some Aspects of Terminology in Materials Related Knowledge Sharing”, Proceedings 7th International Scientific Symposium: Metallic and Nonmetallic Materials (MNM 2008), 22-23 May 2008; organized by Zenica University and the University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen, Germany



[6] Spuzic S, Abhary K, Stevens C, Uzunovic F (2006) “Contribution to Knowledge Management: Cross-disciplinary Terminology”;  the 5th Pan-European Conference on Planning For Minerals and Transport Infrastructure: PEMT'06 - Sarajevo 18-20 May 2006


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[21] Spuzic S "An Initiative in Improving Knowledge Transfer in Engineering Education", Proceedings from the 2nd Asia-Pacific Forum on Engineering and Technology Education, The University of Sydney, 4-7 Jyly 1999, edited by Z Pudlowski, page 41


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