Expert Systems: Tools and Applications

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Wiley, Jan 18, 1988 - Computers - 289 pages
The first book to discuss efficient ways to implement the systems currently being developed--written by the co-author of Expert Systems: Artificial Intelligence in Business, generally regarded as the best non-technical guide to expert systems for business people. Gives innovative ideas for using expert systems to facilitate business operations. Appropriate as a text or supplement for data base, decision support, or special-topic courses that cover expert systems. Clearly explains new applications of automatic decision-making in management, sales, operations, programming, research, and service industries. Text supported by extensive examples and graphs.

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Contents

Section One Opportunities
5
The Expert Systems Market
13
Section Two Expert Systems Languages and Tools
27
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Paul Harmon is the editor of the "Component Development Strategies" newsletter & Senior Consultant with the Cutter Consortium. He has coauthored many books, including "Understanding UML: The Developer's Guide", "The Object Technology Casebook" (Wiley), & the international bestseller "Expert Systems: Artificial Intelligence for Business" (Wiley).

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