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  • about expert systems, their use, and their construction. Expert systems are AI computer programs that use the knowledge and processes of a human expert to
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  • Productions are set of situation-action pairs. They are used in reaching conclusions and making decisions in problem solving situations. It is an algorithmic
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  • Expert Systems Knowledge engineering is the task of extracting information from a human expert, typically through an interview, and translating that
    189 bytes (28 words) - 15:42, 29 November 2007
  • Expert Systems In a forward chaining system, the inference engine is presented with some starting information, and works forwards through its rule base
    183 bytes (27 words) - 03:25, 3 January 2008
  • Expert Systems In a backward chaining system, the inference engine selects a goal, and then attempts to find evidence to support or disprove that goal
    248 bytes (44 words) - 20:09, 17 December 2007
  • Expert Systems CLIPS is a public-domain software tool for building expert systems. The name is an acronym for "C Language Integrated Production System
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  • Expert Systems This book is all about Expert Systems, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) programming technique. This book is designed for undergraduate
    681 bytes (106 words) - 02:44, 6 March 2011
  • Expert Systems Artificial Intelligence Logic Probability Computer Programming Turing, Allen, Computing Machinery and Intellegence, Mind, 1959, p433-460
    504 bytes (69 words) - 15:15, 29 November 2007
  • Expert Systems The text of this book is released under the following license:
    112 bytes (13 words) - 15:08, 29 November 2007
  • Expert Systems Rules are structured as "if"/"then" rules as follows: IF X THEN Y Here, X is known as the antecedent and Y is known as the consequent
    297 bytes (50 words) - 14:42, 25 December 2009
  • The E.S shell simplifies the process of creating a knowledge base. It is the shell that actually processes the information entered by a user relates it
    522 bytes (91 words) - 22:01, 21 March 2010
  • (BC SC) When weighing the evidence of an arson expert, the Court should consider: whether the expert visited the scene of the fire whether he was present
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  • Expert opinion is testimonial evidence that gives an opinion on facts perceived by him or another that concerns an issue that is likely outside the experience
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  • Expert Systems Refraction is the act of preventing a rule from firing multiple times in succession. Without refraction, at each loop iteration the same
    830 bytes (138 words) - 02:44, 6 March 2011
  • Bulgarian (category Pages needing expert attention)
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  • Data Science: An Introduction Chapter 12: Thinking Like a Domain Expert Data Science: An Introduction Welcome to Data Science 01: A History of
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  • Expert Systems AI research has been one of the most frenzied areas of computer science since the inception of the discipline. However, despite the massive
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  • This chapter is not yet created, but it is something that would be very helpful to know about Blender. This book would benefit very much so if readers
    400 bytes (69 words) - 23:42, 27 September 2013
  • Expert Systems The agenda is a queue that contains all the rules whose conditions have been met and are capable of firing. The inference engine will
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  • Expert Systems Mycin was an early expert system developed over five or six years in the early 1970s at Stanford University; it was written in Lisp, by
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