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The Sisyphus-I office allocation problem was the first of a series of test applications for approaches to building knowledge-based systems.
The aim is to automate the problem-solving behaviour of ‘Siggi’, a hypothetical domain expert .
Specifically Siggi is required to make assignments of the staff of a research group ‘YQT’ to offices.
The 4-page problem statement describes the office layout and relevant data about the 15 group members.
A ‘protocol’ is provided, describing the steps Siggi takes.
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