Meta-Level Knowledge: Overview and Applications

Randall Davis, Bruce G. Buchanan
1977 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
We define the concept of meta-level Knowledge, and illustrate it by briefly reviewing four examples that have been described in detail elsewhere [2] [3] [4] [5] . The examples include applications of the idea to tasks such as transfer of expertise from a domain expert to a program, and the maintenance and use of large Knowledge bases. We explore common themes that arise from these examples, and examine broader implications of the idea, in particular its impact on the design and construction of large programs.
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