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Title: Knowledge Engineering for Temporal Dependency Networks as Operations Procedures
Authors: Fayyad, K.
Hill, R. Jr.
Wyatt, E.
Issue Date: 19-Oct-1993
Citation: San Diego, California, USA
Abstract: This paper presents a case study of the knowledge engineering process employed to support the Link Monitor & Control Operator Assistant (LMCOA). The LMCOA is a prototype system which automates equipment used to support space-ground communication with deep space spacecraft in NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN). The primary knowledge base in the LMCOA is the Temporal Dependency Network (TDN). The paper provides a brief background on the DSN, and describes the evolution of the TDN and supporting knowledge bases, the process used for knowledge engineering, and an analysis of the successes--and problems--of the knowledge engineering effort.
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