Expert Systems in Engineering: Principles and Applications

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Georg Gottlob, Wolfgang Nejdl
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 12, 1990 - Computers - 264 pages
The goal of the International Workshop on Expert Systems in Engineering is to stimulate the flow of information between researchers working on theoretical and applied research topics in this area. It puts special emphasis on new technologies relevant to industrial engineering expert systems, such as model-based diagnosis, qualitative reasoning, planning, and design, and to the conditions in which they operate, in real time, with database support. The workshop is especially relevant for engineering environments like CIM (computer integrated manufacturing) and process automation.
 

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Contents

Characterizing Diagnoses
1
AN INTERVAL PROPAGATION AND CONFLICT RECOGNITION ENGINE FOR DIAGNOSING CONTINUOUS DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
16
A New Diagnosis Approach by Deduction and Abduction
32
Diagnoses as Coherent Assumption Sets
47
EXTENDING PREDICTION BASED DIAGNOSIS TO DYNAMIC MODELS
53
Hypothesis Classification Abductive Diagnosis And Therapy
69
A Generic Measurement Proposer
79
A Circumscribed Diagnosis Engine
90
ResolutionBased Reasoning for Fuzzy Logic
176
MatchTime Predictability in RealTime Production Systems
190
Constructing decision trees from examples and their explanationbased generalizations
204
Dynamic Constraint Satisfaction in a Bridge Design System
217
Application of Modelbased Diagnosis to Machine Tools
233
ADAPTIVE RULEBASED OPTIMISATION OF COMBUSTION IN MULTIPLE BURNER INSTALLATIONS
241
EXPERT SYSTEM APPLICATION IN THE VA STAHL LINZ GmbH F Bliimelhuber VASTAHL Linz GmbH
249
Expert system development for intelligent monitoring of blast furnace operations
251

Discrepancies Theories and Applications of ModelBased Diagnosis
102
Planning in Polynomial Time
103
Designing Novel Devices from First Principles
119
CONSTRAINT PROPAGATION ISSUES IN AUTOMATED DESIGN
135
Integrating Inductive Learning and Simulation in RuleBased Scheduling
152
Requirements for a knowledgebased scheduling tool covering a broad class of production environments
168
Scheduling in a Steelmaking Plant
253
Total Production Control System of BFMILL with Expert System in NKK
255
AI KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS AT BHP CPD
257
SCHEDULING OF MELTS IN A LDSTEEL PLANT
259
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