Is There any Need for Domain-Dependent Control Information?

Matthew L. Ginsberg, Donald F. Geddis

In this paper, we make an observation and a claim. The observation is that there are in fact two distinct types of metalevel information. On the one hand, one can have metalevel information about one’s base-level knowledge itself; on the other, one can have control information about what to do with that knowledge.


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