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A hybrid system for automatic knowledge acquisition for expert systems is presented. ... For the elicitation of human declarative knowledge, the tool contains automated interview methods. The acquisition of human procedural knowledge is achieved by protocol analysis techniques. ... Conclusions We are aiming at an integrated, modular system-tool for knowledge acquisition in expert systems. ...doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(87)80033-0 fatcat:pt4urbuyz5czddpd6eafpidfsa
Studies in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
A method for using the advantages of domain-specific knowledge acquisition for a general purpose knowledge acquisition tool is introduced. ... To adapt the knowledge acquisition tool for a specific application and a specific problem solving strategy (e.g. heuristic classification, such diagnostic strategies as establish and refine), acquisition ... A. Introduction The knowledge acquisition tool KRITON is designed for use by inexperienced users, unfamiliar with AI techniques (e.g. a domain expert) as well by well-trained knowledge engineers. ...doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-87321-7.50017-x fatcat:qa72tighdzc5vf3wrg5bysw5oa
(German Research Inst for Mathematics & Data Processing, Inst for Applied Information Technology, Sankt Augustin, West Germa- ny) KRITON: A knowledge-acquisition tool for expert systems. ... —Describes Aquinas, an expanded version of the Expertise Transfer System and a knowledge-acquisition workbench, which combines ideas from psychology and knowledge-based systems research to support knowledge-acquisition ...
Knowledge acquisition has been a critical bottleneck in building knowledge-based systems. In past decades, several methods and systems have been proposed to cope with this problem. ... Most of these methods and systems were proposed to deal with the acquisition of domain knowledge from single expert. ... Relevant researches To cope with the knowledge acquisition problem, many knowledge acquisition tools or methods have been proposed to build rapid prototypes and to improve the quality of the elicited knowledge ...doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2007.05.034 pmid:32288332 pmcid:PMC7127119 fatcat:ltjq2krrhrhu3mmhuuo6xglf44
We present a classification of knowledge types which is useful for acquisition and analysis of knowledge before it is formally represented in an expert system. ... Only KADS possesses a structured methodology for knowledge acquisition and system development [3, 4] . ... KRITON, KEATS, and KADS are some of the more comprehensive systems of knowledge engineering aids. ...doi:10.1016/0893-9659(92)90027-7 fatcat:fxelt6fa2zhdjou7if5ibwchqu
The overall goal is to construct systems with technical knowledge and common sense which -by using AI methods -implement a problem solution for a selected application area. ... The goal is to have a staff of about 100 researchers at the end of the building-up phase. ... Special thanks are due to Ralph Bergmann for his assistance in elaborating our ideas. ...doi:10.1080/08839519108927932 fatcat:o5zrk6n3uzh33jjbuqu7ymt5uq
An architecture for knowledge acquisition systems is proposed based upon the integration of existing methodologies, techniques and tools which have been developed within the knowledge acquisition, machine ... A detailed architecture for integrated knowledge acquisition systems is proposed that also derives from parallel cognitive and theoretical studies. ... Linster, Alain Rappaport, Doug Skuce, Brian Woodward and other colleagues at the Knowledge Acquisition Workshops worldwide. ...doi:10.1007/bf01006412 fatcat:52pozab6ovbopj6z75pi6qmsf4
In knowledge-based systems, end-user modifiability can help eliminate the knowledge acquisition bottleneck: domain experts can extend the knowledge base in such systems without having to rely on knowledge ... These principles have been followed in the implementation of MODIFIER, an end-user modification component for design environments, and NETWORK, a design environment for local area networks. ... Knowledge Acquisition Knowledge acquisition tools that can be used directly by domain experts have been a goal for a long time. End-user modifiable systems address this problem in part. ...doi:10.1145/143559.143660 dblp:conf/sac/GirgensohnS92 fatcat:csv2mrktlvbmfe6mp6vyr2feem
The process of extracting, structuring and organizing elicited knowledge (called knowledge acquisition) is a bottleneck in developing knowledge-based systems. ... A manual approach that elicits domain knowledge by interviewing human experts typically has problems, because the experts are often unable to articulate their reasoning rules. ... Tools to elicit domain knowledge include ETS, KRITON, AQUI-NAS, MORE, MOLE etc. [4, 24] . ...doi:10.1016/0957-4174(96)00018-8 fatcat:v27txws6uncdbpxhaqxupjy6bu
Each KBS monitors the frequent inference behaviors of interesting embedded rules to construct a small AT increment to facilitate the acquisition of dynamic knowledge after experts confirming the new evolved ... To evaluate the performance of dynamic EMCUD in incrementally integrating new knowledge into the knowledge base, a worm detection prototype system is implemented. ... Knowledge acquisition (KA) is one of the critical bottlenecks in developing a KBS for obtaining the knowledge of a special domain from domain experts. ...doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2006.10.041 fatcat:72b4qpzeuvdvhijz6mylhy6qkm
and practitioners' efforts in knowledge acquisition for more than a century. ... This paper offers a multi-disciplinary review of knowledge acquisition methods in human activity systems. ... This is a pre-print of an article published in Knowledge-Based Systems, vol. 105, Elsevier. The final authenticated version is available online at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knosys.2016.02.012 ...doi:10.1016/j.knosys.2016.02.012 fatcat:4ujojd375zck3kwf2zrzub4q4m
A method is proposed in chapter 4. 44 Knowledge Acquisition Tools Knowledge acquisition deals with the structuring of expertise for expert systems. ... Looking for missing information may be performed by the expert system which the knowledge acquisition tool acquires knowledge for rather than the tool itself. ... set of queries prepared for the QUEEN expert system (Chung, 1993) ([int, flowl, +, [liquid, level] ), %consequences resulting from deviations arc ([deviation, [moreLevel, liquid] ], +, [consequence ...doi:10.1021/ie990637v fatcat:oxxwxuymcvabnmzrvvencstghu
These knowledge structures compile to statements in a term subsumption knowledge representation language, and are loaded and run in a knowledge representation server to solve the problem. ... A solution was developed from the protocol provided in terms of three heuristic classification systems, one classifying people, another rooms, and another tasks on an agenda of recommended room allocations ... It was announced as a knowledge acquisition challenge problem that did not seem amenable to many of the existing knowledge acquisition techniques that focused on heuristic classification (Voß, Karbach ...doi:10.1006/ijhc.1994.1012 fatcat:2to6zckgdrfyfg7guodoavanim
Current knowledge acquisition tools such as KRITON, KADS, ACQUIST, KEATS and ROGET are reviewed. 130242 User-Friendly Expert System for Turbine/Generator Vibration Diagnosis. ... The authors have completed a prototype of this system and will field test the system in 1989. 130243 A Multiple-Method Knowledge-Acquisition Shell for the Automatic Generation of Knowledge-Acquisition ...
Current knowledge acquisition tools such as KRITON, KADS, ACQUIST, KEATS and ROGET are reviewed. ... The degree to which a knowledge-acquisition technique (KAT) extracts useful information from a human expert varies, in large part, as a function of the type of expert system being developed. ...
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