Martin Reinders

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In this paper we develop a conceptual modelling framework for knowledge-level reflection (KLR), i.e, the modelling of tasks that require a self-representation of a knowledge system's own object-level problem solving tasks. This framework builds upon the KADS methodology for knowledge acquisition and design of knowledge systems [Hayward et al., 1987,(More)
This paper presents an overview of the reflect project. It defines the notion of knowledge level reflection that has been central to the project, it compares this notion with existing approaches to reflection in related fields, and investigates some of the consequences of the concept of knowledge level reflection: what is a general architecture for(More)
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