Jay T. Runkel

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successively decomposes the artifact being designed along functional lines. It describes the functional relationship between the parts and abstract parts in the domain. This relationship describes how abstract parts may be realized by combining sets of lower-level functions, which may include parts. (4) R e q u i r e d f u n c t i o n s parts and abstract(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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