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Explanation-based learning: A knowledge level analysis

AuthorsArmengol, Eva ; Plaza, Enric
KeywordsKnowledge level modelling
Components of expertise
Explanation-based learning
Machine learning
Issue Date1995
CitationArtificial Intelligence Review 9: 19- 35 (1995)
AbstractThis paper presents an overview of explanation-based learning (EBL) where the descriptions of EBL methods are realized at the knowledge level. Knowledge level description is a proposal that emphasizes the knowledge content and usage and abstracts away implementation details. Analyzing six different EBL methods at the knowledge level it can be shown what is their shared structure and illuminates their differences in a common framework of description. To describe EBL we use the Components of Expertise (Steels 1991), a knowledge level methodology currently used to describe, analyze, and support the development of expert systems.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1007/BF00857652
issn: 0269-2821
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