Developing Expert Systems
U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research, Development, and Technology, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, 1988 - Expert systems (Computer science) - 27 pages
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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Addison Wesley AMENABLE TO SOLUTION application Artificial Intelligence backward chaining deduction BUILDING EXPERT SYSTEMS candidate set components computer programs consists constraints deductive reasoning delivery system Developing Expert Systems diagnosis distribution document domain expert domain of interest domain specific end user example Expert System development EXPERT SYSTEM Once facts and rules facts are known Federal Highway Administration FHWA forward chaining frame frame field Frame-Based Knowledge Representation frame-based system function module given Expert System given problem domain goal guidelines heuristic implementing Inference Engine module inferencing input interpretation/classification kind of knowledge Knowledge Base Knowledge Engineer knowledge representation scheme knowledge structures Massachusetts monitoring outputs paradigm perform Representing Uncertain Knowledge requirements Rule-Based Knowledge Representation Rule-based systems set of problems shells SOLUTION BY EXPERT State_Street_CBR system design System development process system malfunction System's knowledge task technique typical Expert System U.S. Department User Interface module user's verification and validation