Conceptual Models for Automatic Generation of Knowledge-Acquisition Tools

Reference: Eriksson, H. & Musen, M. A. Conceptual Models for Automatic Generation of Knowledge-Acquisition Tools. March, 1993.

Abstract: Interactive knowledge acquisition (KA) programs allow users to enter relevant domain knowledge according to a model predefined by the tool developers. KA tools are designed to provide conceptual models of the knowledge to their users. Many different classes of models are possible, resulting in different categories of tools. Whenever it is possible to describe KA tools according to explicit conceptual models, it is also possible to edit the models and to instantiate new KA tools automatically for specialized purposes. Several meta-tools that address this task have been implemented. Meta-tools provide developers of domain-specific KA tools with generic design models, or meta- views, of the emerging KA tools. The same KA tool can be specified according to several alternative meta-views. .

Notes: Updated May 1993.

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