Jay T. Runkel

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The domain independent design system (DIDS) provides a set of tools for rapidly constructing new configuration design systems from a library of reusable software elements called mechanisms. A DIDS user begins by creating a model of the problem domain and the task to be automated. This includes describing a library of parts from which new artifacts could be(More)
Existing model-based knowledge-acquisition tools can acquire large knowledge bases and update these knowledge bases as knowledge changes. These tools, however, are brittle. They can only be used to acquire knowledge for a particular problem solver performing a specific task and they are not easily adapted to new problem solvers. Brittleness limits the(More)
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