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An experiment in agent teaching by subject matter experts

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An experiment in agent teaching by subject matter experts
This paper presents a successful knowledge acquisition experiment in which subject matter experts that did not have any prior knowledge engineering experience succeeded to teach the Disciple-COA agent how to critique courses of action, a challenge problem addressed by the DARPA's High Performance Knowledge Bases program. We first present the COA challenge problem and the architecture of Disciple-COA, a learning agent shell from the Disciple family. Then we present the knowledge acquisition experiment, detailing both the expert-Disciple interactions, and the automatic knowledge base development processes that take place as a result of these interactions. The results of this experiment provide strong evidence that the Disciple approach is a viable solution to the knowledge acquisition bottleneck.
Gheorghe Tecuci, Mihai Boicu, Michael Bowman, Dori
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where IJMMS
Authors Gheorghe Tecuci, Mihai Boicu, Michael Bowman, Dorin Marcu, Ping Shyr
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