Human-Computer Co-operation and Levels of Knowledge

Ernest Edmonds

In a project funded by the UK’s Alvey Programme, Human- Computer Co-Operation, considerable use was made of explicit knowledge in the system. This paper describes the underlying philosophy used in structuring and employing that knowledge and how it is being developed in current research into Knowledge Support Systems. The example of computer support for creative design exemplifies the argument.


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