James P. Buckley and Frank W. Moore
Various orsanizations, including the government, are required to produce dommaentatien that facilitates the maintenance of a variety of equipment, such as airplane motors. Maintenance manuals are expensive to produce and update, and are generally not easily transportable. Additionally, the end user/maintainer has little if any communication with the designer/manufacntrer during the development process. The Automated Maintenance Instruction (AM1) system described in this paper improves utxm existing techniques by employing object-oriented concepts end planning methodologies. The AMI system resolves all of the aforementioned problems as well as providing additional features.