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3a. Newell’s 3 levels of knowledge [Newell, 1981]

  • In his work from 1981, Newell tried to answer questions such as:

    • How can knowledge be characterised?

    • What is the relation of this characterisation and the representation of knowledge?

    • What is characteristic about a system which holds knowledge?

  • Newell distinguished 3 levels in the context of knowledge representation:

    • Knowledge Level

    • Logical Level

    • Implementation Level

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