Heuristic Classification: Additional Mechanisms
In the previous chapter we discussed how to deal with the central requirements of heuristic classification, namely the treatment of uncertain knowledge, step-wise abstraction and dialog control. In this chapter the mechanisms for the remaining requirements of Sect. 13.3 are described: the treatment of uncertain, subjective, potentially false, incomplete and parametrizable knowledge, of multiple solutions and combined recommendations for several solutions. The basic structure developed in Chap. 15 will be assumed.
KeywordsSolution Class Knowledge Representation Multiple Solution Belief Revision Competitor Relationship
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