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knowledge domain

A specific area of expertise of an expert system.
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The knowledge domain belonged to objective questions, and there were keys for references.
At the conclusion of this research, it was possible to verify empirically both a measure of knowing and doing in nursing care to people with venous ulcers and stating that a more general knowledge about wound treatment is associated with the venous ulcer knowledge domain and which is associated with the domain of nursing care to the person with ulcer in their practical and theoretical dimension.
For these reasons, it is important to include measures of skill in the definition of skilled technical workers, for it is their mastery of certain knowledge domains and techniques, not their level of education or salary, that distinguishes them.
Brown, Collins, & Duguid, 1989), this article argues that there is a difference in the effects of experiencing knowledge domains sequentially versus in parallel.
In this section, we present an example use of the EMP ontology in the knowledge domain of Object Oriented Programming (Java).
To our knowledge, this is the first such effort to define knowledge domains and specific elements based on input from professional toxicologists practicing across a broad spectrum of employment sectors, as assessed from the perspective of current practicing professional toxicologists.
Provide access to the existing body of knowledge that is relevant to the knowledge domain that the community of practice focuses on.
The relation between knowledge domain and conceptions has been the object of various studies also with controversial results.
Carefully selected groups of experienced policy makers and professionals in teacher education were consulted to finalize the knowledge domain and professional responsibilities as a proposed matrix.
The knowledge domain had seven sub-domains of 16 items with multiple choice answers (true, false or do not know).
However, no difference was found between these groups in the knowledge domain.
Consequently the resultant classifications of new incoming texts often do not align well to the knowledge domain they are supposed to concern.
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