Knowledge Acquisition without Analysis

@inproceedings{Compton1993KnowledgeAW,
  title={Knowledge Acquisition without Analysis},
  author={Paul Compton and Byeong Kang and Phillip Preston and Mary Mulholland},
  booktitle={EKAW},
  year={1993}
}
This paper suggests that a distinction between knowledge acquisition methods should be made. On the one hand there are methods which aim to help the expert and knowledge engineer analyse what knowledge is involved in solving a particular type of problem and how this problem solving is carried out. These methods are concerned with classifying the different types of problem solving and providing tools and methods to help the knowledge engineer identify the appropriate approach and ensure nothing… CONTINUE READING
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