The Psychology of Expertise: Cognitive Research and Empirical AI

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Appendix D
Bibliography: Automated Knowledge Elicitation, Representation, and Instantiation ("Knowledge Acquisition")

Abrett G., & Burstein M. H. ( 1986, April). "The BBN Laboratories knowledge acquisition project: KREME knowledge editing environment". Proceedings from the DARPA-Sponsored Expert Systems Workshop (pp. 1-21). Pacific Grove, CA.

Abrett G., & Burstein M. H. ( 1987). "The KREME knowledge editing environment". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 27,103-126.

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Adelman L. ( 1987, October). "Toward considering psychological measurement issues in developing expert systems". Proceedings of the 1987 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (Cat. No. 87CH2503-1). NY: IEEE.

Adelman L. ( 1989). "Measurement issues in knowledge engineering". IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 19,483-488.

Aikins J. S. ( 1981). "Representation of control knowledge in expert systems". Proceedings of the First Meeting of the AAAI (pp. 121-123). Stanford, CA: The American Association for Artificial Intelligence.

Alexander J. H., Freiling M. J., Shulman S. J., Rehfuss S., & Messick S. L. ( 1987). "Ontological analysis: An ongoing experiment". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 26,473-486.

Arbab B., & Michie D. ( 1988). "Generating expert rules from examples in PROLOG". In J. E. Hayes , D. Michie, & J. Richards (Eds.), Machine intelligence 11 (pp. 289-304). Oxford, England: Clarendon Press.

Arciszewski T., Mustafa M., & Ziarko W. ( 1987). "A methodology of design knowledge acquisition for use in learning expert systems". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 27,23-32.

Arinze B. ( 1989, April). "A natural language frontend for knowledge acquisition". In C. R. Westphal & K. L. McGraw (Eds.), Special Issue of ACM SIGART Newsletter on Knowledge Acquisition (No. 108, pp. 106-114). New York: Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence, Association for Computing Machinery.

Bailey W. A., & Kay E. J. ( 1986, October). "Toward the structural analysis of verbal data". Proceedings in the 1986 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (Cat. No. 86CH2364-8). New York: IEEE.

Banning R. W. ( 1984). "Knowledge acquisition and system validation in expert systems for management". Human systems managements (Vol. 4, pp. 280-285). New York: Elsevier.

Banthay B. H. ( 1988). "Matching design methods to system type". Systems Research, 5,27-34.

Bareiss E. R. ( 1989). Exemplar-based knowledge acquisition: A unified approach to concept representation, classification, and learning. New York: Academic Press.

Bareiss E. R., Porter B. W., & Wier C. C. ( 1988). "PROTOS: An exemplar-based learning apprentice". International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 29,549-562.

Barnard P., Wilson M., & Maclean A. ( 1986, April). "The elicitation of system knowledge by picture probes". In M. Mantei & P. Orbeton (Eds.), Proceedings of CHI '86 Conference (pp. 235-240). New York: Association for Computing Machinery.

Becker L. A., Bartlett R., & Soroushian F. ( 1989, April). "Using simulation to compile diagnostic rules from a manufacturing process representation". In C. R. Westphal & K. L. McGraw (Eds.), Special Issue of ACM SIGART Newsletter on Knowledge Acquisition (No. 108, pp. 172-173).

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