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authors Dhar, Vasant and Pople, Harry E.
year 1987
title Rule-Based Versus Structure- Base Models for Explaining Generating Expert Behavior
source Communications of the ACM. June, 1987. vol. 30: pp. 542-554 : ill. includes bibliography
summary Flexible representations are required in order to understand and generate expert behavior. In this article the authors argue for a representation that contains partial model components that are synthesized into qualitative models containing entities and relationships relevant to the domain. The model components can be replaced and arranged in response to changes in the task environment. The authors have found this 'model constructor' to be useful in synthesizing models that explain and generate expert behavior, and have explored its ability to support decision making in the problem domain of business resource planning, where reasoning is based on models that evolve in response to changing external conditions or internal policies
keywords AI, cognition, modeling, expert systems, knowledge base, representation
series CADline
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