Conference proceedings article
Representing Knowledge for Chemical Process Design Using an Abstraction-Decomposition Space



Publication Details
Authors:
Foltz, C.; Luczak, H.; Schmidt, L.
Editor:
Luczak, H.; Çakir, A. E.; Çakir, G.
Publisher:
Ergonomic Institut für Arbeits- und Sozialforschung Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Place:
Berlin
Publication year:
2002
Pages range:
618-620
Book title:
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Work With Display Units (Berchtesgaden 2002)
ISBN:
3925251081

Abstract
To create new processes or to retrofit existing ones different and party overlapping stages are passed through. Within these stages interrelated models that serve as the basis for decision making are developed and used in different software tools. By using different tools and models, however, it will sometimes be difficult to identify and to memorize dependencies between the models. Thus, the cognitive task performance of a chemical engineer may be impeded. A framework for representing and structuring chemical process design knowledge is presented. This framework illustrates the reasoning space for a chemical engineer involved in process design. Therefore, it supports decision making and can be used to guide the design of appropriate computer support.


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