Developing Expert Systems

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U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research, Development, and Technology, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, 1988 - Expert systems (Computer science) - 27 pages
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Expert Systems are computer programs designed to include a simulation of the reasoning and decision-making processes of human experts. This report provides a set of general guidelines for the development and distribution of highway related Expert Systems. This expands the guidelines provided in Chapter X, Expert Systems, of the Information Resources Management Manual. Included in this set of guidelines is information on developing, distributing and maintaining Expert Systems. The general development guidelines include discussions of: (1) a representative set of problem types that are amenable to solutions using Expert Systems; (2) a description of the major components of a typical Expert System and how these components interact in a problem solving situation; and (3) a set of Expert System development guidelines and a set of guidelines for maintaining an Expert System.

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