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forward chaining1

a method of measuring rehabilitation performance. The patient performs the first step independently, and the therapist helps the patient perform the rest of the steps. The routine is then repeated with the patient performing the first two steps independently, then the first three steps, and so on.

forward chaining2

a method to grade an activity in which an individual learns each step from the beginning; begins with the individual starting the sequence and ends with the occupational therapy practitioner finishing what the individual has not yet learned.
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B] are FIFO (first in first out) queues containing states whose successors are not yet computed, during forward and backward chaining phases respectively.
For example, if the task was to name digits but measures showed that the participant could only name the digit when it was modeled by the experimenter, then digit naming was broken down into smaller steps and taught through backward chaining.
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Backward chaining is a goal-driven process that is used when we are trying to explain the causes of results.
Retention of human sequenced behavior following forward chaining, backward chaining and whole task training procedures.
IntelliCorp's Kappa supports both forward and backward chaining, as well as a mixed mode.
Backward chaining One of the several control strategies that regulate the order in which inferences are drawn.
air-handling units, pipes, computers, water tanks, sensors), focus on rule sets, and perform both forward and backward chaining, have contributed to its usefulness in the implementation of the Nerve System.
The concept of "backward" simulation, similar to the AI concept of backward chaining, is used to construct the events in the schedule.
Therefore, this method of backward chaining quickly chooses an unknown variable to ask the user with no need for backtracking.