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Eliciting Expertise

Eliciting Expertise
Eliciting Expertise
Since the last edition of this book there have been rapid developments in the use and exploitation of formally elicited knowledge. Previously, (Shadbolt and Burton, 1995) the emphasis was on eliciting knowledge for the purpose of building expert or knowledge-based systems. These systems are computer programs intended to solve real-world problems, achieving the same level of accuracy as human experts. Knowledge engineering is the discipline that has evolved to support the whole process of specifying, developing and deploying knowledge-based systems (Schreiber et al., 2000) This chapter will discuss the problem of knowledge elicitation for knowledge intensive systems in general.
978-0415267571
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Shadbolt, N R
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Wilson, John R
Corlett, Nigel E
Shadbolt, N R
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Wilson, John R
Corlett, Nigel E

Shadbolt, N R (2005) Eliciting Expertise. In, Wilson, John R and Corlett, Nigel E (eds.) Evaluation of Human Work. Taylor & Francis Ltd.

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Since the last edition of this book there have been rapid developments in the use and exploitation of formally elicited knowledge. Previously, (Shadbolt and Burton, 1995) the emphasis was on eliciting knowledge for the purpose of building expert or knowledge-based systems. These systems are computer programs intended to solve real-world problems, achieving the same level of accuracy as human experts. Knowledge engineering is the discipline that has evolved to support the whole process of specifying, developing and deploying knowledge-based systems (Schreiber et al., 2000) This chapter will discuss the problem of knowledge elicitation for knowledge intensive systems in general.

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Published date: 2005
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 264563
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/264563
ISBN: 978-0415267571
PURE UUID: 8e72380f-7259-4057-a7fd-181c6b190b8f

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Date deposited: 22 Sep 2007
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:34

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Author: N R Shadbolt
Editor: John R Wilson
Editor: Nigel E Corlett

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