Topics in Expert System Design: Methodologies and Tools
Giovanni Guida, Carlo Tasso
North-Holland, 1989 - Expert systems (Computer science) - 441 pages
Expert Systems are so far the most promising achievement of artificial intelligence research. Decision making, planning, design, control, supervision and diagnosis are areas where they are showing great potential. However, the establishment of expert system technology and its actual industrial impact are still limited by the lack of a sound, general and reliable design and construction methodology.
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From life cycle to development
Choosing an expert system domain
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