Expert Database Systems: A Gentle Introduction
This book is the first to bring together information on expert databases, and to integrate databases and Knowledge-Based System (KBS) independently from both perspectives. The primary emphasis is on EDS architecture, but the book goes on to discuss the whole process of building KBS, concentrating on a whole range of corporate issues surrounding this new technology.
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Information Knowledge and Inference
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application approach architecture artificial intelligence attribute Chapter computing conventional data dictionary database design database management system DBMS DBMSs defined DELETE described developed discussed distributed database domain employee enhanced database system Enhanced expert system entity integrity entity-relationship entity-relationship model entity-types example expert database systems expert system shell facilities facts foreign key formal frame GENERIS goal handling implementation inference engine instance instantiated integrity constraint integrity rules interaction IRDS knowledge base systems knowledge engineering knowledge representation loosely coupled mechanism natural language interfaces number of different object-oriented paul POSTGRES predicate logic primary key problem production rules PROLOG proposition query optimization real world records referential integrity relational algebra relational data model relational database relational model represent rule base salary salesman scheme SELECT semantic data model serps software engineering statements Stonebraker supplier system and database update