Designing and programming personal expert systems

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TAB Books, 1986 - Computers - 258 pages
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Discusses the nature of artificial intelligence and expert systems, describes the components of a knowledge system, and examines the use of list functions, logic programming, and pattern recognition

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Contents

Introduction to Knowledge Systems
17
The Components of a Knowledge System
30
Representing Knowledge
48
Introduction to Knowledge Engineering
65
BUILDING KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS
77
Introduction to List Processing
110
Programming Techniques
129
A Prolog Knowledge System
141
Advanced Concepts
166
Learning and Pattern Recognition
181
Source Listing
205
The Diagnosis Routines
222
Expert System Tools
235
Resources
250
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