This work is intended as a tutorial textbook on blackboard systems. Initially, exercises require discursive or descriptive answers; later exercises require design studies. It ends with a detailed description of a small system and the reader is asked to design and implement extensions to it.
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Building Blackboard Systems
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abstraction hierarchy abstraction level active addition agenda alternative application basic behavior blackboard architecture Blackboard Control Architecture blackboard database blackboard events blackboard systems bottom-up strategy considered constructed contains context control blackboard control decisions control strategies control structure created CRYSALIS current strategy cycle defined definition described determine dictionary eligible entry attributes evaluated event scheduling example executed focus decisions focus of attention functions global goal hash table HASP HASP/SIAP Hayes-Roth HEARSAY-II identifier implemented input intelligent scheduler knowledge scheduling Knowledge Source actions Knowledge Source triggers KSAR letter hypotheses LETTER-HYPOTHESIS level Level Manager levels of abstraction LISP LISP atom modified module objects obviation conditions operation opportunistic panels parameters performed possible precondition predicate problem under attack production rules reader record represented satisfied selected sequence slots solution elements solution islands solving specification subagenda task variables word hypothesis WORD-HYPOTHESIS level WordSys