ISBN-10:
187828911X
ISBN-13:
9781878289117
Pub. Date:
10/01/1991
Publisher:
IGI Global
Managing Expert Systems / Edition 1

Managing Expert Systems / Edition 1

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Overview

Managing Expert Systems explores the trends in expert system development and implementation over the last decade. As top authorities in the field of ES, Turban and Liebowitz examine the factors which contribute to the development of a successful expert system. The authors have found that effective management is one of the most important and often most neglected aspects of the expert system project. The design and implementation of a successful expert system requires the coordinated efforts of a project team comprised of individuals with very different professional skills. Management must be able to construct a work plan which will bring together the individual talents of knowledge engineers, experts, and information systems professionals. Effective management is essential to realizing the overall goal of a well designed expert system which will be useful to an organization for an extended period of time.|

Jay Liebowitz held the Chaired Professorship in Artificial Intelligence at the U.S. Army War College, and is also Professor of Management Science at George Washington University. He has published 18 books and over 200 journal articles, mostly in expert systems and information technology. In addition, he is the editor-in-chief of the international journal, Expert Systems With Applications and the associate editor of the international journal, Telematics and Informatics.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781878289117
Publisher: IGI Global
Publication date: 10/01/1991
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 504
Product dimensions: 6.28(w) x 8.92(h) x 1.26(d)

Table of Contents

Why Expert Systems Fail2
The Potential of Expert Systems for Competitive Advantage-Janice Sipior & Edward Garrity 15
Leadership in Intelligent Systems for Competitive Advantage-Steven Kim 39
Analysis of Worth:Justifying Funding for Development and Implementaiton of Expert Systems-Alice Smith & Cihan Dagli 60
Factors to Consider in Measuring Productivity of Expert Systems-Denis Rochette84
Managing the Development of Commercial Multiple-Expert Systems-Gregory Mack, James Brule & Jeremy Levin 104
Managing Knowledge-Based Systems Development Using Standard Life Cycle Techniques-Umar Khan 120
Issues in the Development of Quality-Based Systems-Robert Plant160
Planning and Implementing Expert Systems in Organizations: Tools for Managers-Anita LaSalle & Larry Medsker189
The Application of Strict Liability to Defective Expert Systems-Matthew Monippallil 211
Building a Distributed Expert System Capability-John Griesser & Toomas Tubalkain 229
Strategies for Managing Expert Systems Development-Richard Vedder & Efraim Turban239
Maintenance of Expert System: The Upcoming challenge-Martin McCaffrey 262
Challenges of Managing Knowledge-Based Organizations-Gary Buckner & Vivek Shah285
Expert System Verification and Validation-Glenn Wright300
How to Succeed in Expert Systems Without Really Trying-Jay Liebowitz 324
Beyond Einstein-in-a-Box-Linda Volonino & Janice Sipior342
Success Factors for Expert Systems at the US EPA-Dan Yurman 359
How to Achieve FAME-James Griesmer, Se June Hong & John Kastner 389
Expert Systems Catching On at the Navy Finance Center-Toomas Tubalkain & John Griesser 422
Developing Cooperating Expert Systems for Naval Battle Management-Rin Saunders 429
Case Study: harvard Business School-Texas Instruments Capital Investment Expert System 456

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