The Handbook of Applied Expert Systems

The Handbook of Applied Expert Systems

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The Handbook of Applied Expert Systems is a landmark work dedicated solely to this rapidly advancing area of study. Edited by Jay Liebowitz, a professor, author, and consultant known around the world for his work in the field, this authoritative source covers the latest expert system technologies, applications, methodologies, and practices. The book features contributions from more than 40 of the world's foremost expert systems authorities in industry, government, and academia. The Handbook is organized into two major sections. The first section explains expert systems technologies while the second section focuses on applied examples in a wide variety of industries. Key topics covered include fuzzy systems, genetic algorithm development, machine learning, knowledge representation, and much more.To address this situation, the AI community, including both software vendors and researchers, turned their attention to developing domain-specific tools. A domain- specific tool ... Table 1 shows the typical types of problems addressed by expert system developers (adapted from Hayes-Roth et al., 1983). ... G2 is a graphical object-oriented environment for building intelligent process management solutions.

Title:The Handbook of Applied Expert Systems
Author:Jay Liebowitz
Publisher:CRC Press - 1997-12-29


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