Knowledge Engineering Bottleneck Belief
(Redirected from Knowledge Acquisition Bottleneck)
- AKA: Knowledge Engineering Bottleneck
- See: Ontology, Domain Knowledge, Operational Knowledge, Knowledge Engineering, Expert System.
- (Cullen & Bryman, 1988) ⇒ J Cullen, and A Bryman. (1988). “The Knowledge Acquisition Bottleneck: Time for Reassessment?." Wiley Online Library. 10.1111/j.1468-0394.1988.tb00065.x doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0394.1988.tb00065.x
- QUOTE: Knowledge acquisition has long been considered to be the major constraint in the development of expert systems. Conventional wisdom also maintains that the major problem encountered in knowledge acquisition is in identifying the varying structures and characteristics of domain knowledge and matching these to suitable acquisition techniques. With the aid of the first substantial systematic analysis of a sample of expert systems applications developed in the real world, the authors describe what is actually going on in terms of knowledge acquisition. In the light of the evidence, it is argued that a reappraisal of the conventional approach to knowledge acquisition is necessary.