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The knowledge base maintenance assistant

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E. Lutz ; Bavarian Res. Inst. for Knowledge Based Syst., Erlangen-Tennenlohe, Germany

To be cost-effective and reliable, future expert systems must solve the knowledge base maintenance problem. We propose a maintenance assistant that allows domain experts to maintain knowledge bases by modifying documentations provided with the expert systems. Documentations are structured as hypertext documents in which hypertext nodes are linked to representation units in the knowledge base. Predefined test modifications are automatically translated into maintenance operations for the corresponding representation units

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Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Conference, 1993. Proceedings., Eighth

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20-23 Sep 1993