Knowledge acquisition from cases
This paper presents a hypermedia, domain independent system supporting the acquisition, formalization, and representation of cases. The system assists a knowledge engineer in a step by step transformation of an informally represented case into a formally represented one. Each case consists of five components: context, task, solution trace, solution and evaluation of the solution. The knowledge engineer builds a formalization sequence of case descriptions. An attribute/value description is considered to be formal. The data structure is derived from Memory Organization Packages. The sequence itself documents the formalization process.
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