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Published in E. Sandewall and C.G Jansson (eds.): Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence. IOS Press 1993, pp 168-182. A Case-Based Answer to Some Problems
 

Summary: Published in E. Sandewall and C.G Jansson (eds.): Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence. IOS Press 1993, pp 168-182.
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A Case-Based Answer to Some Problems
of
Knowledge-Based Systems
Agnar Aamodt
University of Trondheim, Department of Informatics
N-7055 Dragvoll, Norway
agnar.aamodt@ifi.unit.no
+47-7-591838
Abstract. Among the most important challenges for contemporary AI research are
the development of methods for improved robustness, adaptability, and overall
interactiveness of systems. Interactiveness, the ability to perform and react in tight
co-operation with a user and/or other parts of the environment, can be viewed as
subsuming the other two. There are various approaches to addressing these
problems, spanning from minor improvements of existing methods and theories,
through new and different methodologies, up to completely different paradigms. As
an example of the latter, the very foundation of knowledge-based systems, based on
a designer's explicit representation of real world knowledge in computer software
structures, has recently been questioned by prominent members of the KBS

  

Source: Aamodt, Agnar - Department of Computer and Information Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences