Explanatory Interface in Interactive Design Environments

@inproceedings{Goel1996ExplanatoryII,
  title={Explanatory Interface in Interactive Design Environments},
  author={Ashok K. Goel and Andr{\'e}s G{\'o}mez de Silver Garza and Nathalie Gru{\'e} and J. William Murdock and Margaret M. Recker and T. Govindaraj},
  year={1996}
}
Explanation is an important issue in building computer-based interactive design environments in which a human designer and a knowledge system may cooperatively solve a design problem. We consider the two related problems of explaining the system’s reasoning and the design generated by the system. In particular, we analyze the content of explanations of design reasoning and design solutions in the domain of physical devices. We describe two complementary languages: task-method-knowledge models… CONTINUE READING
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