Expert System Applications to Telecommunications
Wiley, Feb 26, 1988 - Computers - 371 pages
Describes some of the expert systems being developed for applications in the telecommunications field--capturing the knowledge and professional experience of the telecommunications experts. Written by leading authorities in expert systems applications, the book addresses: network and spectrum management, local area networks, configuration; monitoring and control, and scheduling of satellite experimenter requests. Material is logically divided according to three issues. Part 1 deals with case studies where expert systems have been developed for telecommunications. The second section discusses methodologies that could be used specifically for building telecommunications. The third part deals with potential areas in telecommunications for applications in expert system development.
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actions ambiguity sets analysis AOSD architecture areas Artificial Intelligence assessment cable analyzers Center commands communications complex components configuration constraints cost CRAS critical user database described detection diagnostic documents domain environment equipment evaluation event example expert system expert system technology expertise FACILITY ADVISOR fault isolation FIESTA Figure functions hardware heuristic human expert IEEE implementation inference engine input interaction interface julian day KBES knowledge acquisition knowledge base knowledge engineering knowledge representation knowledge-based system LISP LISP machine loop messages module monitor MYCIN NASA needed network control network management node operations OPS5 organization output parameters performance planning problem processor production rules production system prototype real-time recommendations requirements rules satellite scheduling Screen selection simulation Space Network specific task TDRSS techniques telecommunications telecommunications network traffic troubleshooting UNIX XTEL