Models of Expertise
This paper presents methods for describing expert knowledge in such a way
that the resulting model preserves the possibilities of the extreme
flexibility that experts have when performing a task. The knowledge of the
expert is modelled at several levels: the domain level, where mainly
objects and relations are represented, and a number of higher levels which
contain descriptions of the ways in which the domain knowledge can be used.
Generic models at the various levels can be used to make the interpretation
of verbal data from experts more effective.
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