Building expert systems
Building expert systems; Evaluating an expert system; Expert system tools; A typical problem for expert systems; Transcripts ilustrating the operation of prototype expert systems for the spill crisis-management application.
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What Are Expert Systems?
Basic Concepts for Building Expert Systems
The Architecture of Expert Systems
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abstraction acid analysis antecedent application appropriate artificial intelligence assumptions backtracking basic behavior blackboard building expert systems changes chapter chemical components concepts configuration constraints containment context control structure data base DENDRAL determine diagnosis domain expert drain drainage basin element EMYCIN evaluation example execution expert sys expert systems expertise explanation facilities factors flow formal framework function goals Hayes-Roth hazardous HEARSAY-III heuristic human experts hypothesis identify implementation important inference engine interaction INTERLISP interpretation involved knowl knowledge acquisition knowledge base knowledge engineer knowledge representation knowledge sources language Lenat LISP MACSYMA manhole McDermott metaknowledge metarules methods OPS5 ORNL performance planning pollutant possible predicate problem-solving procedure production rules prototype reasoning represented ROSIE semantic slot solution solve specific spill material spill problem spill source stage strategy subproblems symbolic task TEIRESIAS Teknowledge tion tool