Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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wise interrogation of the domain model. Next to this frame is the wizard screen that prompts the user for information concerning the current step of interaction.


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Conclusion

The application of the methodology and customisation of the Noemie Software has been made for two pilot applications in the oil industry. These have demonstrated significant changes to the way of preparing, handling and presenting information to the problem holder. The same information structure is used to explain the user situation similarity with concrete experiences in a dynamically evolving experience base; to present domain information to the user; and to control the system performance.

The result of the project is an application configurable system where the user is supported in solving problem by using others experiences. Either by using general knowledge (domain model or task hierarchy) to find solutions, or by using concrete experiences that contains the solution method.


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References

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Aamodt et al ( 1999) Learning Retrieval Knowledge from Data, Proceedings of IJCAI-99 Workshop on Automating the Construction of Case Based Reasoners, 1999.

AcknoSoft ( 1998) The Kate Toolbox for Reasoning from Cases, 1998.

Althoff et al ( 1995) Case-Based Reasoning for Decision Support and Diagnostic Problem Solving: The INRECA Approach. Proceedings of the 3rd workshop of the German special interest group on CBR at the 3rd German expert system conference, 1995.

Diday ( 1995). From Data to Knowledge: Probabilist Objects for a Symbolic Data Analysis, DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science Volume 19, 1995.

Steels ( 1990). "The Components of Expertise", AI Magazine 11( 2), 1990:30-49.

Wielinga et al ( 1994), Expertise model definition document. ESPRIT Project P5248/KADS-II/M2/UvA/026/5.0, University of Amsterdam, Free University of Brussels and Netherlands Energy Research Center ECN, June 1994.

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