The opinion defended in this paper is that the interrelationships between the phenomena of data and information can provide a strong basis for analyzing knowledge as a quantified and qualified construction. As other models (e.g., Augusto’s General Theory of Knowledge) suggest, it is important to distinguish knowledge from both data and information in the complicated trio composed of data, information, and knowledge (DIK). However, data and information can be combined into informative data. Taking into account quantified and qualified informative data, I speak here of quantified and qualified knowledge structures.
Keywords Theory of knowledge  Data, Information, & Knowledge (DIK)  Knowledge structures  Qualified knowledge structures  Quantified knowledge structures
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