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Knowledge-Based Configuration by Juha Tiihonen, Claire Bagley, Lothar Hotz, Alexander Felfernig

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Chapter 6

Configuration Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

Lothar Hotza, Alexander Felfernigb, Markus Stumptnerc, Anna Ryabokond, Claire Bagleye and Katharina Woltera,    aHITeC e.V., University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany,    bGraz University of Technology, Graz, Austria,    cUniversity of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia,    dAlpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Austria,    eOracle Corporation, Burlington, MA, USA

Abstract

Configuration models specify the set of possible configurations (solutions). A configuration model together with a defined set of (customer) requirements are the major elements of a configuration task (problem). In this chapter, we discuss different knowledge representations that can be used for the ...

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