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Heuristic control knowledge

Problem Solving Models Comparison of Approaches
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 723)

Abstract

In the prospect of acquiring control knowledge, we have concentrated on the relation between reasoning knowledge and domain knowledge. In this perspective, the central entity we need to analyse is the control roles that appear in the description of a problem solving method. After describing what these control roles are in central approaches such as KADS and Commet, we advocate a refinement of these models consisting in defining a heuristic level of description for heuristic control knowledge. We define this level of description, characterise its relation with problem solving methods, and finally show a small example of the use of this type of knowledge with the Sisyphus problem.

Keywords

Domain Knowledge Knowledge Acquisition Reasoning Process Case Model Reasoning Level 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratoire de Recherche en InformatiqueUniversité de Par4-More-ois Sud CNRS U.A. 410OrsayFrance

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