Acquiring Problem-Solving Knowledge from End Users: Putting Interdependency Models to the Test

@inproceedings{Kim2000AcquiringPK,
  title={Acquiring Problem-Solving Knowledge from End Users: Putting Interdependency Models to the Test},
  author={Jihie Kim and Yolanda Gil},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI},
  year={2000}
}
Developing tools that allow non-programmers to enter knowledge has been an ongoing challenge for AI. In recent years researchers have investigated a variety of promising approaches to knowledge acquisition (KA), but they have often been driven by the needs of knowledge engineers rather than by end users. This paper reports on a series of experiments that we conducted in order to understand how far a particular KA tool that we are developing is from meeting the needs of end users, and to collect… CONTINUE READING