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The growing complexity of information and documents has made it difficult for knowledge receivers to understand digital contents, therefore, multiple knowledge representation schemes are required for enterprise knowledge services. Traditional schemes for explicit knowledge representation within enterprise and academic circles are primarily text-oriented and thus, a great deal of time and effort are required for knowledge receivers to understand the contents, especially for motion knowledge. In order to enhance knowledge reuse with motion knowledge extraction, representation, and visualization, this research focuses on the development of a motion knowledge representation and visualization (MKRV) model for Chinese documents with three modules, namely the automatic thesaurus definition (ATD) module, the target sentence extraction and formatting (TSEF) module, and the motion knowledge visualization (MKV) module. Moreover, based on the proposed model, a Motion Knowledge Representation and Management System (MKRMS) is established. A real world case of computer assembly is also applied in order to verify the feasibility of the proposed model. The verification results show that the system could achieve a high performance level with a small amount of training data.