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The feature validity of knowledge components relative to features in the cue or context determines the accessibility of a knowledge component. Of course, if a knowledge component is not available (does not have strength) it may be accessible yet not strong enough to be useful.
 
The feature validity of knowledge components relative to features in the cue or context determines the accessibility of a knowledge component. Of course, if a knowledge component is not available (does not have strength) it may be accessible yet not strong enough to be useful.
  
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Accessibility

The feature validity of knowledge components relative to features in the cue or context determines the accessibility of a knowledge component. Of course, if a knowledge component is not available (does not have strength) it may be accessible yet not strong enough to be useful.