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2 Author(s)
B. Wielinga ; Dept. of Social Sci. Inf., Amsterdam Univ., Netherlands ; G. Schreiber

Configuration design spans many problem types that require varying types of knowledge and problem-solving methods. This article investigates the different types of knowledge that are active in configuration design and identifies some of the applicable problem-solving methods. The result is not a full theory of configuration design, but we make some steps in that direction. To clarify configuration design problem solving, the authors provide a useful classification of the field and discuss configuration task variants and some of the major knowledge categories involved

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 2 )