Remco Straatman

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A problem-solving method describes a reasoning process that efficiently achieves a goal by applying domain knowledge. However , a problem-solving method cannot directly be applied because of the existence of a gap between, on the one hand, a problem-solving method and the domain knowledge it uses, and, on the other hand, a problem-solving method and the(More)
30 from the fact that the environment changes and some of the (implicit) assumptions are no longer valid (cf. [Fensel & Schönegge, submitted]). In consequence, our approach seems to be less limited than it appeared at first glance. Wielinga for helpful discussions that enabled this paper. and Jeff Butler for proof reading the manuscript. We would especially(More)
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