Intelligent Architectures for Knowledge Sharing: A Soar Example and General Issues

Dan Zhu and Michael J. Prietula

In this talk we present a model of knowledge assessment based on architecture-specific metrics and present a method of knowledge sharing called Direct Knowledge eXchange (DKX). Although embryonic from a knowledge management perspective, the notion of DKX between homogeneous knowledge engines and knowledge metric assessment represents a small step to examining how distribution of knowledge can lead to remote knowledge invocation on demand types of distributed problem solving systems and practical mechanisms to assess their resource value.


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