If domain knowledge is not available in a proper form then simple search methods, such as depth first search may be used (Chapter 2).
If specific domain knowledge in the form of plans, rules, or procedures exists, such knowledge may be instantiated directly (Chapter 4).
If on the other hand general decompositions (product hierarchy) exist but no specific ones do, the general plan can be used to decompose the problem by partitioning the problem or providing islands in the search space; the solution is obtained by utilizing multiple knowledge sources (current chapter).
If no specific solution plans exist but the problem resembles one solved previously, analogical and case-based reasoning may be applied to transfer the solution of a similar past problem to the new situation (Chapter 6).
If models of systems exist and the purpose is to study the qualitative behavior of a system or aggregations of systems then qualitative reasoning techniques can be used to envision the behavior (see Chapter 7).
If existing domain knowledge is insufficient, machine learning techniques can be used to derive new knowledge (see Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Section 188.8.131.52, and ).
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