Knowledge Engineering Shells: Systems and Techniques

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World Scientific, 1993 - Computers - 539 pages
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This book offers a systematic approach to knowledge engineering problems. It gives a brief overview of knowledge engineering systems and environments, covering both classical and recent techniques of the design and evaluation of them. Detailed descriptions of particular techniques and applications are also provided.
 

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Contents

KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION USING SEMANTICS
3
Semantics of NVL Formulas
15
Comparing NVL with Predicate Logic
22
Conclusions
27
Maintenance of VLKBs
37
Acquisition of VLKBs
44
PRODUCTION RULES AND SYSTEMS A TOPDOWN
57
Rule Interpreters
68
Relations
305
ObjectOriented Programming
311
Conclusions
316
Active Information Systems
323
Organizational Knowledge Querying
329
Concluding Remarks and Further Research
338
Introduction
344
The KBS Project Database
351

Extensions to Basic RETE
77
Conclusions
82
Sequential Knowledge Processing
92
Parallel Processing for Knowledge Processing Systems
111
DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERT SYSTEM SHELLS
123
Expert System Shell
129
List of Commercial Expert System Shells
141
DESIGNING BETTER METHODOLOGIES FOR EXPERT
153
Expert System Development
154
SE Solutions to Accidental Problems in ES Development
160
A New Paradigm for Expert System Development
166
Conclusions
178
KNOWBEL NEW TOOLS FOR EXPERT SYSTEM
189
Development of KNOWBEL
197
Applications
218
Conclusions
225
Locating Relevant Expertise
243
EXPERIENCES MADE USING THE EXPERT
259
Experiences Applying G2 for the SASII Project
268
KEDE A HYBRID KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING
279
Knowledge Representation
289
The Role of an Enterprisewide Support Organization
355
A CANONICAL MODELING FACILITY FOR CAPTURING
361
The Proposed Approach
367
Conclusion
380
The Basic Description of Multidimension Argument
386
The Calculation of External Constraints
394
Background Conventional Implementation
405
Data Parallel Prolog
414
Data Parallel Prolog Shell
423
A KNOWLEDGE BASED APPROACH FOR
431
RTFRORL System Model
436
Converting RTFRORL Specification to Its Underlying Logic Formula
443
A TOOL FOR KNOWLEDGE BASE VERIFICATION
455
Implementation
469
Discussions
483
Basic Elements of PGraph
500
Structures of PGraph for Anomaly Checks
511
Discussion
520
Nonmonotonic KnowledgeBased Systems
526
Concluding Remarks
535
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