A Future for Knowledge Acquisition

8th European Knowledge Acquisition Workshop, EKAW '94 Hoegaarden, Belgium, September 26–29, 1994 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-58487-2 (Print) 978-3-540-49006-7 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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    CML: The commonKADS conceptual modelling language

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    Pages 26-45

    Evaluating a formal modelling language

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    A comparison of two approaches to model-based knowledge acquisition

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    Agent-based knowledge acquisition

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    Beyond the knowledge level: Descriptions of rational behavior for sharing and reuse

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    Local patching produces compact knowledge bases

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    Components of problem solving and types of problems

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    On a role of problem solving methods in knowledge acquisition

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    Pages 158-177

    Modeling plan recognition for decision support

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    Pages 178-199

    CUE: Ontology based knowledge acquisition

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    KARO: An integrated environment for reusing ontologies

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    From verification to modelling guidelines

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    AFORIZM approach: Creating situations to facilitate expertise transfer

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    How to combine data abstraction and model refinement: A methodological contribution in MACAO

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    Pages 283-302

    User centered knowledge-based system design: a formal modelling approach

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    Pages 303-317

    Validating at early stages with a causal simulation tool

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    Pages 318-339

    The SBF framework, 1989–1994: From applications to workplaces

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    Pages 340-354

    Applying the REKAP methodology to situation assessment

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    Pages 355-373

    Integration of learning into a knowledge modelling framework

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    Knowledge level model of a configurable learning system

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