The Psychology of Expertise: Cognitive Research and Empirical AI

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tecture of expert systems; (c) issues relevant to the expert system-user interface, such as explanation and automated knowledge acquisition; and (d) methods applicable to knowledge elicitation. Increased communication between the areas of knowledge engineering and cognitive psychology would not only advance expert systems technology but would also provide a test bed for cognitive theories of expertise.


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