Expert systems are being used increasingly to model knowledge that cannot be represented by conventional programming. Gives a rounded appreciation of what expert systems can offer. Provides a comprehensive overview of what expert systems are, their varied purposes, their common characteristics and the features that distinguish these systems from conventional programming applications. A significant amount of examples, tools and shells, emphasizing crystal, demonstrate how easy it is to structure and implement expert systems.
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Table of Contents
What Are Expert Systems.
Background on Expert Systems.
Starting with CrystalBuilding the First System.
Continuing with CrystalLogic and Structure.
Extending the ScopeRe-Evaluation and Generalization.
Designing a Good User Interface.
Linking Rules to Other Software.
Building Small Scale Expert Systems.
Some Applications in Accounting and Finance.