Towards Situated Explanation

@inproceedings{Sooriamurthi1994TowardsSE,
  title={Towards Situated Explanation},
  author={Raja Sooriamurthi and David B. Leake},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={1994}
}
In AI research on explanation, the mechanisms used to construct explanations have traditionally been neutral to the environment in which the explanations are sought. Our view is that the explanation process cannot be isolated from the situation in which it occurs. Without considering the intended use for an explanation, the explanation construction process cannot be properly focussed; without considering the situation the process cannot act effectively to gather corroborating information. The… CONTINUE READING

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