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Noun1.metaknowledge - knowledge about knowledgemetaknowledge - knowledge about knowledge    
cognitive content, mental object, content - the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
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Fostering sharing of unshared knowledge by having access to the collaborators' metaknowledge structures.
This is a very powerful form of metaknowledge that is not available to machine-learning ensembles.
The perspective of metaknowledge research in communication studies is often directed at the history of the field (Katz, 1983; Loblich & Scheu, 2011; Meyen, 2012; Rosengren, 1983; Schramm, 1983) with a focus on cross-national as well as scientific--cultural differences (Koivisto & Thomas, 2008; Simonson & Park, 2016; Thussu, 2009), the rise and fall of interest in certain research topics (Cherry, 1957; Craig, 1993; Neuman & Guggenheim, 2011), the standardization and the use of certain (new) methods (Scharkow, 2013; Zamith & Lewis, 2015), and the identification of important manuscripts as well as the existence of cooperation between certain authors (Chang & Tai, 2005; Pasadeos, Renfro, & Hanily, 1999; Rice, Borgman, & Reeves, 1988).
Taumoepeau, "Reading minds: the relation between children's mental state knowledge and their metaknowledge about reading," Child Development, vol.
Under such circumstances, what we propose is to focus our efforts on building metacognition or metaknowledge in the field of ethics (and not only) if we are to achieve our educational goals as they are reshaped by the current security and defense environment.
The maturity of the cognitive mechanisms is revealed in the ability of using metaknowledge.
It is composed by the control module, metaknowledge base, the level goals the knowledge base, the inference machine, the target inference engine, the knowledge base management module, the knowledge acquisition module, the input module, and the output module, intelligent help module, the user's information management module, model simulation module.
There is conscious control of the representations because one has metaknowledge of them.
In the organizational context, EI implies an inherent metaknowledge and ability of the individual that is initially based on an individual skill.
The most widely used self-report to measure EI has been the Trait Meta-Mood Scale (TMMS) that assess the perceived emotional intelligence (PEI), or the metaknowledge that individuals have about their own emotional abilities (Salovey, Stroud, Woolery, & Epel, 1995).