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Grounding explanations in evolving, diagnostic situations

@inproceedings{Johannesen1995GroundingEI,
  title={Grounding explanations in evolving, diagnostic situations},
  author={L. Johannesen},
  year={1995}
}
This research was motivated by the desire to further understanding on how artificial intelligence (AI) systems may effectively support practitioners engaged in fault management in dynamic situations. Standard approaches to diagnostic assistance in which retrospective explanations are provided are not well suited to the demands of dynamic fault management. Such explanations occur as interruptions in the flow of work and result in data overload. A field study of human practitioners in one dynamic… Expand
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