A Guide to Expert Systems answers questions such as why expert systems are important, how they differ from conventional programs, what structures and languages they use, and what systems are already on the market. This book addresses the factors to consider when deciding to build an expert system, how to go about building an expert system for your research project or firm, how to acquire knowledge from the experts, and the very real problem of the current limitations of expert systems.This is a comprehensive introduction to expert systems designed specifically for the reader without a computer science background.
|Title||:||A Guide to Expert Systems|
|Author||:||Donald Arthur Waterman|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Publishing Company - 1986-01|