Intelligent Systems Design Integrating Expert Systems, Hypermedia, and Database Technologies This groundbreaking work focuses on the convergence of expert systems, hypermedia, and database technologies. By integrating the special characteristics of these unique technologies, systems which process vast amounts of interconnected information intelligently and creatively are possible. Packed with case studies, application strategies, and tool reviews, this book shows readers how to develop the next generation of knowledge-based systems. Traces the history of expert systems and hypermedia from their beginnings to their ultimate fusion in the last decade Provides practical techniques and methods for designing and implementing intelligent systems with present day technologies Offers a wealth of real-world case studies from such organizations as Hughes Aircraft, Intel Corporation, Zenith Data Systems, Westinghouse, the Institute on Drug Abuse and the United Nations, showing the integration of expert systems and hypermedia with existing information sources and database systems Guides readers through both PC and Macintosh development tools such as KnowledgePro, Nexpert, Object, 1st-Class, MacSMARTS and others The perspective here is more applied than any other, with its development methodology, case studies and tool reviews to provide help in building practical intelligent systems applications. In order to develop an intelligent system tomorrow, read this book today.become intelligent texts that reflect the expertise of Forda#39;s best design, development, and service engineers and technicians in a ... navigation, and also a means of organizing and accessing voluminous information in the form of shop manuals.
|Title||:||Intelligent systems design|
|Author||:||Larry Bielawski, Robert Lewand|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1991-01-02|