Automated experiential engineering knowledge acquisition through Q&A contextualization and transformation

Abstract

Experiential knowledge (EK) in the brain of proficient engineers is an important asset for manufacturing enterprises. As a kind of tacit knowledge, EK is hard to describe clearly and often requires a lot of human efforts to be acquired in a computer-operable form. In this paper we propose a context-aware mechanism to acquire EK in an automatic and timely… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.aei.2016.06.002

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