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Task-Structure Analysis for Knowledge Modeling

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Task-Structure Analysis for Knowledge Modeling
We have for several years been working on an approach to knowledge system building that argues for the existence of a close connection between the tasks which the knowledge system is intended to solve, the methods chosen for them and the vocabulary in which knowledge is to be modeled and represented. We trace the historical origins of the idea that we have called Generic Tasks, and outline their evolution and accomplishments based on them. We then critique their original implementations from the perspective of flexible integration. We follow this with an outline of our current generalization of the view in the form of a theory of task structures. We describe the architectural implications of this view and outline some research directions.
B. Chandrasekaran, Todd R. Johnson, Jack W. Smith
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Type Conference
Year 1992
Where AIFIPP
Authors B. Chandrasekaran, Todd R. Johnson, Jack W. Smith
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