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Intelligent architecture: user interface design to elicit knowledge models

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Intelligent architecture : user interface design to elicit knowledge models. / Penn, Alan; Dalton, Ruth; Dalton, Nick; Dekker, Laura; Mottram, Chiron; Turner, Alasdair.

Applications and innovations in expert systems 3: proceedings of Expert systems 95, the Fifteenth Annual Technical Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1995. ed. / A. Macintosh; Cary L. Cooper. SGES Publications, 1995.

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Harvard

Penn, A, Dalton, R, Dalton, N, Dekker, L, Mottram, C & Turner, A 1995, Intelligent architecture: user interface design to elicit knowledge models. in A Macintosh & CL Cooper (eds), Applications and innovations in expert systems 3: proceedings of Expert systems 95, the Fifteenth Annual Technical Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1995. SGES Publications.

APA

Penn, A., Dalton, R., Dalton, N., Dekker, L., Mottram, C., & Turner, A. (1995). Intelligent architecture: user interface design to elicit knowledge models. In A. Macintosh, & C. L. Cooper (Eds.), Applications and innovations in expert systems 3: proceedings of Expert systems 95, the Fifteenth Annual Technical Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1995 SGES Publications.

Vancouver

Penn A, Dalton R, Dalton N, Dekker L, Mottram C, Turner A. Intelligent architecture: user interface design to elicit knowledge models. In Macintosh A, Cooper CL, editors, Applications and innovations in expert systems 3: proceedings of Expert systems 95, the Fifteenth Annual Technical Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1995. SGES Publications. 1995

Author

Penn, Alan ; Dalton, Ruth ; Dalton, Nick ; Dekker, Laura ; Mottram, Chiron ; Turner, Alasdair. / Intelligent architecture : user interface design to elicit knowledge models. Applications and innovations in expert systems 3: proceedings of Expert systems 95, the Fifteenth Annual Technical Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, Cambridge, December 1995. editor / A. Macintosh ; Cary L. Cooper. SGES Publications, 1995.

Bibtex

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