Verification and Validation of Rule-Based Expert Systems

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CRC Press, Aug 16, 1993 - Computers - 224 pages
This book presents an innovative approach to verifying and validating rule-based expert systems. It features a complete set of techniques and tools that provide a more formal, objective, and automated means of carrying out verification and validation procedures. Many of the concepts behind these procedures have been adapted from conventional software, while others have required that new techniques or tools be created because of the uniqueness of rule-based expert systems. Verification and Validation of Rule-Based Expert Systems is a valuable reference for electrical engineers, software engineers, artificial intelligence experts, and computer scientists involved with object-oriented development, expert systems, and programming languages.
 

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Contents

Quality Assurance for Expert Systems
3
I A Preview of the Work
9
THE PRODUCTION OF QUALITY SOFTWARE
15
CONVENTIONAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
31
Sunnary of Validation in Classic Life Cycle
44
THE PRODUCTION OF QUALITY EXPERT SYSTEMS
53
EXPERT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
65
Sunnary of Validation in Expert System
75
3V Overview of Reconmendations in Process Model
88
Verification and Validation Reccnmendations
94
VALIDATION PROTOTYPE SAVES
107
Evaluation of SAVES
169
CONCLUSIONS
175
APPENDIX A
183
REFERENCES
193
Copyright

ISSUES AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN EXPERT SYSTEM
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