Research and Development in Expert Systems IX

Research and Development in Expert Systems IX

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This volume contains the refereed and invited papers which were presented at Expert Systems 92, the twelfth annual conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in Cambridge in December 1992. Together with its predecessors this is essential reading for those who wish to keep up to date with developments and opportunities in this important field.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 1139243217
  • 9781139243216

Table of contents

1. Consultant: providing advice for the machine learning toolbox; 2. A method model for the integration of KBS and conventional information technology; 3. KBS methodology as a framework for co-operative working; 4. Project management for the evolutionary development of expert systems; 5. The specification and development of rule based expert systems; 6. Towards a method for multi-agent system design; 7. Jigsaw: configuring knowledge acquisition tools; 8. On the relationship between repertory grid and term subsumption knowledge structures: theory practice tools; 9. Strategy maze: an on-line tool for support management of knowledge acquisition process; 10. Concurrent engineering using truth maintenance systems; 11. Ockham's razor as a gardening tool; 12. A designer's consultant; 13. Fairness of attribute selection in probabilistic induction; 14. An application of case-based expert system technology to dynamic job-shop scheduling; 15. Neural network design via LP; 16. KEshell2: an intelligent learning database system; 17. Approaches to self-explanation and system visibility in the context of application tasks; 18. An object oriented approach to distributed problem solving; 19. Intelligent user interface for multiple application systems; 20. Combining qualitative and quantitative information for temporal reasoning.show more