Developing Your First Expert System: An Interactive Tutorial on CD-ROM

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An Interactive Tutorial on CD-ROM takes full advantage of today's interactive multimedia technology to deliver a complete course on expert systems development, from definitions and background information, to hands-on help in applying concepts mastered to the development of expert systems. Concepts are introduced and demonstrated with a combination of text, sound, and pictures. The unique CD-ROM format allows each reader to proceed at his or her own pace, and is easily adapted ...
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Overview

An Interactive Tutorial on CD-ROM takes full advantage of today's interactive multimedia technology to deliver a complete course on expert systems development, from definitions and background information, to hands-on help in applying concepts mastered to the development of expert systems. Concepts are introduced and demonstrated with a combination of text, sound, and pictures. The unique CD-ROM format allows each reader to proceed at his or her own pace, and is easily adapted for either individual or classroom study.

Special features include interviews with leading professionals in the field and a convenient on-line glossary. The simple, logical organization of the software makes it easy for even a novice to navigate through the system.

At the end of each segment, an assignment guides readers through the organized development of their own expert system prototypes.

System Requirements: IBM-compatible computer with a 386 processor or above, Windows™ version 3.1 or higher, minimum of 4MB RAM, VGA display or better, CD-ROM drive, MPC-compatible sound card.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849332142
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 9/10/1997
  • Edition description: CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 5
  • Product dimensions: 7.13 (w) x 10.22 (h) x 1.26 (d)

Table of Contents

Interviews
What is an Expert System? Jerald Feinstein, MITRE Corp.
Who is Making Use of Expert System Technology? Janet Zeide, Esq.
What Skills does it Take to Become a Knowledge Engineer? Jay Liebowitz
How are Expert Systems Important in Today's Business World? Jerald Feinstein
What Should Corporations Know About Expert Systems Before Trying to Implement
Them? Randell Schumaher, Naval Research Laboratory
How Can the Use of Expert Systems Improve Work Conditions? Dan Yuman, EPA/Idaho
National Laboratories
How Do Corporations Benefit Financially by Implementing Expert Systems? Dan
DeSalso, MCI Corporation
How will Expert Systems Keep the U.S. Competitive in the Global Market? John
Elkins, The Naisbitt Group
Six Basic Steps for Creating Any Expert System
Problem Solution
Knowledge Acquisition
Knowledge Representation
Knowledge Encoding
Knowledge Testing and Evaluation
Implementation and Maintenance
Problem Solutions
Three Criteria for Solving Your Problem
Assignment
Knowledge Acquisition I
Meeting With the Expert
Three Goals to Achieve During Your One Hour Introduction
Attribute Hierarchy
Assignment
Knowledge Acquisition II and Knowledge Representation
Knowledge Acquisition Techniques
Knowledge Representation
Potential Problems
Assignment
Knowledge Encoding
Shell Solution - Things to Consider When Pushing an Expert Systems Shell
From Paper to Computer File
Tutorial Using EXSYS Expert "Tennis Strategy Expert System"
Assignment
Human Factors Design Features
Progress Reporting and Refinement
Improving System Useability - Adding Human Factors Features
Assignment
Knowledge Testing
Testing and Refining Your System
Common Errors
Trouble Shooting Poor System Performance
Testing Techniques
Validating the System
Assignment
Expert System Evaluation
User Evaluation
Evaluation Criteria
Evaluation Methods
Assignment
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