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Knowledge acquisition, the process of extracting information from human experts, is one of the challenges in building expert systems. Modern practitioners and researchers need more guidance than is provided by existing knowledge acquisition guidelines. However, there has been little empirical research upon which to base the needed guidelines. This paper surveys the available knowledge acquisition techniques and describes a knowledge acquisition experiment which contrasts three of these methods.dblp:conf/icis/Grabowski88 fatcat:lxnzdiaoyjdnnhf72taz2gehim