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Expert Systems



February 1991 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book introduces the process of expert systems development as a model for acquiring, representing and validating knowledge about relatively limited domains. Many examples derive from the authors' own development experiences in the social sciences, both with normative and with descriptive modeling systems. It will be an informative introduction to expert systems for anyone working within the social sciences.
 
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
 
Applications of Expert Systems in the Social Sciences
 
Knowledge Acquisition
 
Pragmatic Strategies
 
Multiple Experts and the Testing Models

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ISBN: 9780803940369
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