:EXPLANATION ============ syntax: <explanation> ::= (:description | :specific-description | :determination | :specific-determination | :effect-description) Warning: The explanation facility is not sup- ported, hence :documentation and :explanation are ignored. In the explanation field you write information, which has to help the ultimate user to understand the software. The user has the possibility to get four kinds of information types: 1. "What is ..?" 2. "How do I get ...?" 3. "How does it work?" 4. "Why does it work this way?" The information from the explanation field will be used, if the user asks for explanations about the statical structure of the base of knowledge or explanations about the dynamical problem-solution-process. Three information types exist: :description | :specific-description contains a description of the construction. This information will help to understand the construction. :determination | :specific-determination is mainly for frame relations. It should help the user to find indefinite values of a frame relation. :effect-description contains a description of the execution. It can use the parameters of the program in order to describe their effect.