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<p>Strategic common sense is defined as the heuristic considerations human experts often apply to decide which choice is the most opportune to make from a set of possible alternatives. A method for acquiring modeling, and representing human strategic common sense in diagnostic expert systems is presented. The preference parameter and preference criterion tools, which are used to define a basic level of strategic knowledge, are reviewed. Strategic common sense and its representation using general rules and metarules modeling are discussed. An interview with a physician who provided a medical case and the related solutions is summarized. It is shown that the solutions given by the physician match the conclusions obtained by applying the strategic common sense rules to the medical example.</p>
knowledge acquisition; strategic common sense; expert systems; heuristic considerations; diagnostic expert systems; preference parameter; preference criterion tools; strategic knowledge; metarules modeling; medical case; diagnostic expert systems; knowledge acquisition; medical expert systems

S. Mussi, "A Method for Putting Strategic Common Sense into Expert Systems," in IEEE Transactions on Knowledge & Data Engineering, vol. 5, no. , pp. 369-385, 1993.
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