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Closed Project

Publication Date

Spring 1990


Kiyoshi Niwa

Course Title

Knowledge Engineering and Management

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Understanding of intuition's part in decision making, problem solving, and everyday thought is the focus of recent studies, which largely missed it in their prior investigations. This report summarizes results of a survey of present knowledge of this critical element in human cognition and presents a set of findings, along with hypotheses for adding intuitionenhancing components to knowledge-based systems. It also describes the impact of such proposals on the operation of the knowledge-based system and possible areas of research which may prove useful for future studies


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