Research and Development in Expert Systems VII: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Technical Conference of the BCS Specialist Group, September 1990
T. R. Addis, R. M. Muir
Cambridge University Press, Oct 26, 1990 - Expert systems (Computer science) - 325 pages
This volume contains the refereed and invited papers presented at Expert Systems 90, the tenth annual conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in London in September 1990. The theme of the conference,"Business Benefits of Expert Systems," is particularly pertinent, as expert systems mature and begin to be applied in a much wider range of settings. This year three issues in particular were examined: cybernetics, databases, and programming languages. They reflect the ubiquity of expert systems and show how these methods are helping to expand other areas of technology. This is the seventh volume in the conference series, "Research and Development in Expert Systems," and is essential reading for those working in expert systems and artificial intelligence who wish to keep up to date with developments and opportunities in these important fields.
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Accessing external applications from knowledgebased systems
A generic model of knowledgebased systems tools
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AC methodology activity agenda ALDACS algorithm alternatives approach architecture Artificial Intelligence Atena attribute back-end applications Blackboard Systems COGSYS complex component concepts database decision decision-maker declarative knowledge default defined described diagnostic domain entity evaluation example expert system expertise factors fault Figure front-end function goal heuristics identify implemented inference inference engine info-sets input interactive interface KBS tools knowledge acquisition knowledge base knowledge elicitation knowledge engineer knowledge representation knowledge-based systems language leak Lisp loan logic machine methods module neural network neuron node object OODBMS operation output patterns performance Petri net phoneme possible priority problem procedural procedural knowledge production Prolog protein reasoning relationships represented risk rule packet rule-base selected sequence solution SP theory specification storage stored structure task techniques transputer values variable Vysotsk