By Carlo Tasso, Edoardo R.de Arantes e Oliveira
The aim of the amount is twofold: to aid engineers to appreciate the layout and improvement method and the categorical strategies applied for developing professional platforms in engineering and, secondly, to introduce machine experts to major functions of knowledge-based innovations in engineering. one of the authors are global well-known specialists of engineering and knowledge-based structures development.
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5 Case Studies Casestudyisageneraltermforasetoftechniquesforprobinganexpert's"trainofthought"while she solves a problem. Another term for case study is process tracing (Waldron, 1985). A representative problem or case is given to the expert. She is instructed to solve the problem or to make a decision in the usual way. }le problem. The protocolis then transcribed and analy~d. In thi~ way, the knowledge engineer 1S g1ven not only the answer to the problem but also the mformatton about the problem-solving process itself.
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The specification and the system are then successively refmed as the knowledge engineer fmds out more about the domain. Using the rapid prototyping technique, the expert is confronted with the behaviour of an unfinished version of the system which is modified in the light of her comments. Each iteration brings the behaviour of the system closer to completion although, since it is often carried out without a clear defined notion of completion, it is perhaps better thought of as iteration towards adequate achievement Some people argue that one should start building the prototype version of the KBS as soon as the process for solving a single example is felt to be well understood.