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<p>Using a stratified approach to system design embodied in Soar, multiple knowledge sources are integrated to implement systems performing different tasks: natural-language comprehension, production scheduling, and algorithm design. These three systems demonstrate that architectural mechanisms can play a key role in constructing systems to perform difficult knowledge-intensive tasks. Basic Soar principles are reviewed, and it is noted that Soar mechanisms reduce both design-time and runtime overhead associated with knowledge integration.</p>
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R. L. Lewis, J. F. Lehman, A. L. Zacherl and D. M. Steier, "Combining Multiple Knowledge Sources in an Integrated Intelligent System," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 8, no. , pp. 35-44, 1993.
doi:10.1109/64.215220
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