Two decades of Ripple Down Rules research

@inproceedings{CHARD2011TwoDO,
  title={Two decades of Ripple Down Rules research},
  author={DEBB I E R I CHARD},
  year={2011}
}
  • DEBB I E R I CHARD
  • Published 2011
Ripple Down Rules (RDR) were developed in answer to the problem of maintaining medium to large rule-based knowledge systems. Traditional approaches to knowledge-based systems gave little thought to maintenance as it was expected that extensive upfront domain analysis involving a highly trained specialist, the knowledge engineer, and the time-poor domain expert would produce a complete model capturing what was in the expert’s head. The ever-changing, contextual and embrained nature of knowledge… CONTINUE READING
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