2000

Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX

ISBN: 978-94-010-3790-7 (Print) 978-94-010-0874-7 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Computational Models and Systems

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      Pages 1-6

      Preface Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX

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      Pages 7-10

      Editorial Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Computational Models and Systems

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      Pages 11-28

      An Intelligent Human-Computer Interface for Provision of On-Line Help

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      Pages 29-48

      Virtues and Problems of an Active Help System for UNIX

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      Pages 49-94

      The Berkeley UNIX Consultant Project

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      Pages 95-125

      The OSCON Operating System Consultant

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      Pages 127-147

      USCSH: An Active Intelligent Assistance System

  3. Planning and Knowledge Representation

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      Pages 149-152

      Editorial Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Planning and Knowledge Representation

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      Pages 153-179

      The SINIX Consultant - Towards a Theoretical Treatment of Plan Recognition

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      Pages 181-228

      Plan Realization for Complex Command Interaction in the UNIX Help Domain

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      Pages 229-252

      An Assumption-based Truth Maintenance System in Active Aid for UNIX Users

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      Pages 253-275

      What Do You Know about Mail? Knowledge Representation in the SINIX Consultant

  4. Natural Language Dialogue

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      Pages 277-281

      Editorial Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Natural Language Dialogue

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      Pages 283-331

      Planning Intelligent Responses in a Natural Language System

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      Pages 333-350

      Strategies for Expressing Concise, Helpful Answers

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      Pages 351-376

      Evaluating Plan Recognition Systems: Three Properties of a Good Explanation

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      Pages 377-401

      Representing UNIX Domain Metaphors

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      Pages 403-420

      Using Justification Patterns to Advise Novice UNIX Users