1986
DOI: 10.1023/a:1022858530318
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Abstract: When Newell introduced the concept of the knowledge level as a useful level of description for computer systems, he focused on the representation of knowledge. This paper applies the knowledge level notion to the problem of knowledge acquisition. Two interesting issues arise. First, some existing machine learning programs appear to be completely static when viewed at the knowledge level. These programs improve their performance without changing their 'knowledge.' Second, the behavior of some other machine lear… Show more

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