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Title: Representing problem-solving for knowledge refinement.
Authors: Craw, Susan
Boswell, Robin
Keywords: Knowledge refinement
Knowledge based systems
Issue Date: Sep-1999
Publisher: AAAI (distributed by MIT Press)
Citation: CRAW, S. and BOSWELL, R. 1999. Representing problem-solving for knowledge refinement. In: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. AAAI-99. Proceedings of the Sixteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and The Eleventh Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence. 18-22 July 1999. Orlando, Florida. pp. 227-234
Abstract: Knowledge refinement tools seek to correct faulty knowledge based systems (KBSs) by identifying and repairing potentially faulty rules. The goal of the KrustWorks project is to provide a source of refinement components from which specialised refinement tools tailored to the needs of a range of KBSs are built. A core refinement algorithm reasons about the knowledge that has been applied, but this approach demands general knowledge structures to represent the reasoning of a particular problem solving episode. This paper investigates some complex forms of rule interaction and defines a knowledge structure encompassing these. The approach has been applied to KBSs built in four shells and is demonstrated on a small example that incorporates some of the complexity found in real applications.
ISBN: 9780262511063
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