Expert Systems: Knowledge, Uncertainty, and Decision

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Chapman & Hall, 1988 - Computers - 363 pages
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A review of the present state of knowledge engineering, drawing together underlying theory from related disciplines, with particular attention to fuzzy logics, the theory of fuzzy sets, and decision support systems, along with practical applications. For managers wishing to evaluate expert decision systems, for systems designers and knowledge engin.

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Contents

KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING AND DECISION SUPPORT
3
KNOWLEDGE AND KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
19
DATABASES AND KNOWLEDGEBASED SYSTEMS
43
CLASSICAL NONSTANDARD AND FUZZY LOGICS
161
INFERENCE METHODS
221
PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE BASED
279
SELECTED APPLICATIONS OF FUZZY SETS AND KNOWLEDGE
304
REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
340
COMPUTER SYSTEMS INDEX
350
SUBJECT INDEX
357
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Graham is Senior Instructional Technology Specialist

Peter Jones is Director and Consultant Paediatrician at the Northern Regional Haemophilia Service, The Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

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