A practical guide to designing expert systems
This book offers a practical introduction to expert systems and is designed not only for computer programmers but for all those who want to know how expert systems are structured and what they can do.
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Reasoning Methods for Expert Systems
Historical Overview of Applications of Expert Systems
Designing an Expert System
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