A conceptual framework for knowledge-based critic systems

@article{Fischer1991ACF,
  title={A conceptual framework for knowledge-based critic systems},
  author={Gerhard Fischer and Thomas W. Mastaglio},
  journal={Decision Support Systems},
  year={1991},
  volume={7},
  pages={355-378}
}
The critiquing paradigm is one approach to instantiating the concept of intelligent support systems. Knowledge-based systems that use the cri tiquing approach can support numerous application domains. including: progranuning. design and decision making. Critiquing is an alternative to expert systems that can support cooperative problem solving and aid user learning in the application domain. As a result of empirical studies we identified the requirements for critic systems. We have developed… CONTINUE READING
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