Knowledge Acquisition for Expert Systems: A Practical Handbook
Alison L. Kidd
Springer Verlag Gmbh, 1987 - Computers - 194 pages
Knowledge acquisition-an introductory framework; Use of models in the interpretation of verbal data; Knowledge acquisition by analysis of verbatim protocols; A systematic study of knowledge base refinement in the diagnosis of leukemia; Knowledge elicitation involving teachback interviewing; An interactive knowledge-elicitation technique using personal construct technology; Different techniques and different aspects on declarative knowledge; Role in induction knowledge elicitation.
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