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What is CommonKADS

CommonKADS is a methodology for developing knowledge-based systems. It stands for "Common Knowledge Acquisition and Definition Specification."

The main goal of CommonKADS is to provide a structured and systematic approach to the development of knowledge-based systems. It includes a set of tools and techniques that can be used to identify and represent the knowledge and expertise needed for a particular domain, as well as to design and build the system itself.

CommonKADS consists of a number of different phases, including:

  1. Knowledge modeling: This involves identifying and representing the knowledge and expertise needed for a particular domain.
  2. Knowledge acquisition: This involves gathering and organizing the knowledge and expertise that will be used to build the system.
  3. Knowledge representation: This involves choosing a representation scheme and encoding the knowledge in a way that can be used by the system.
  4. Knowledge engineering: This involves designing and building the system, including the development of user interfaces, knowledge bases, and other components.
  5. Knowledge testing and validation: This involves testing the system to ensure that it is accurate and reliable.

CommonKADS is often used in fields such as artificial intelligence, expert systems, and decision support systems. It is known for its focus on structured and systematic development processes, and for its emphasis on the importance of clear and explicit knowledge representation.

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