Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX, Part 3

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Stephen J. Hegner, Paul Mc Kevitt
Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 - Computers - 420 pages
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Part I: Computational Models and Systems. About the Authors. Preface: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX. Editorial Part I: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX; Computational Models and Systems. An Intelligent Human-Computer Interface for Provision of On-Line Help; J. Jerrams-Smith. Virtues and Problems of an Active Help System for UNIX; M. Virvou, et al. The Berkeley UNIX Consultant Project; R. Wilensky, et al. The OSCON Operating System Consultant; P. Mc Kevitt. USCSH: An Active Intelligent Assistance System; M. Matthews, et al. Part II: Planning and Knowledge Representation. Editorial Part II: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Planning and Knowledge Representation. The SINIX Consultant - Towards a Theoretical Treatment of Plan Recognition; M. Hecking. Plan Realization for Complex Command Interaction in the UNIX Help Domain; S.J. Hegner. An Assumption-based Truth Maintenance System in Active Aid for UNIX Users; J. Jones, et al. What Do You Know about Mail? Knowledge Representation in the SINIX Consultant; C. Kemke. Part III: Natural Language Dialogue. Editorial Part III: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Natural Language Dialogue. Planning Intelligent Responses in a Natural Language System; D.N. Chin. Strategies for Expressing Concise, Helpful Answers; D.N. Chin. Evaluating Plan Recognition Systems: Three Properties of a Good Explanation; J. Mayfield. Representing UNIX Domain Metaphors; J.H. Martin. Using Justification Patterns to Advise Novice UNIX Users; A. Quilici.
 

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The proceedings of a workshop that we organized in Berkeley. By now, somewhat dated.

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Contents

Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX
1
Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX Computational Models and Systems
7
An Intelligent HumanComputer Interface for Provision of OnLine Help
11
Virtues and Problems of an Active Help System for UNIX
29
The Berkeley UNIX Consultant Project
49
The OSCON Operating System Consultant
95
An Active Intelligent Assistance System
127
Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX Planning and Knowledge Representation
149
An Assumptionbased Truth Maintenance System in Active Aid for UNIX Users
229
What Do You Know about Mail? Knowledge Representation in the SINIX Consultant
253
Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX Natural Language Dialogue
277
Planning Intelligent Responses in a Natural Language System
283
Strategies for Expressing Concise Helpful Answers
333
Three Properties of a Good Explanation
351
Representing UNIX Domain Metaphors
377
Using Justification Patterns to Advise Novice UNIX Users
403

The SINIX Consultant Towards a Theoretical Treatment of Plan Recognition
153
Plan Realization for Complex Command Interaction in the UNIX Help Domain
181

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