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Issue No.05 - October (1991 vol.6)
pp: 61-65
ABSTRACT
<p>The system-model-operator framework, which provides a unifying perspective for the ways that expert systems represent, organize, and apply knowledge, is discussed. With this framework, it is possible to reuse domain-general knowledge and chart the knowledge-acquisition effort needed to extend task-specific shells to other domains. The concept is illustrated in the medical-diagnosis context of Heracles-DX, the diagnosis shell developed from Neomycin. In particular, Topo, an expert system for configuration that was developed using the Heracles shell, is described.</p>
CITATION
William J. Clancey, "Using the System-Model-Operator Metaphor for Knowledge Acquisition", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.6, no. 5, pp. 61-65, October 1991, doi:10.1109/64.97792
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