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    Knowledge Acquisition for Expert Systems

    ISBN-10: 0070269114
    ISBN-13: 9780070269118
    Author(s): Anna Hart
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    Edition: 2nd
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
    Binding: Hardcover
    Language: English

    Prefacep. 9
    The Nature of Expertisep. 13
    Intelligencep. 13
    Expertsp. 14
    The role of expertsp. 16
    True expertisep. 18
    Summaryp. 19
    Programs as Expertsp. 21
    Definition of expert systemsp. 21
    Advantages of using expert systemsp. 23
    How are expert systems differentp. 24
    History of expert system developmentp. 26
    Applications of expert systems and some examplesp. 27
    Problems of using expert systemsp. 28
    Summaryp. 31
    Systems Analysis--A Comparisonp. 32
    Overview of systems analysisp. 32
    Expert system developmentp. 35
    Knowledge elicitation--a more difficult problemp. 39
    Prototypingp. 39
    A methodologyp. 41
    Summaryp. 42
    The Knowledge Engineerp. 43
    The role of the systems analystp. 43
    The role of the knowledge engineerp. 44
    Running the projectp. 47
    Summaryp. 53
    Interviewing the Expertsp. 54
    Generalp. 54
    Objectivesp. 58
    Examples of outputp. 60
    Feedbackp. 64
    Methods of questioningp. 67
    Methods from psychologyp. 70
    Which methods?p. 71
    Analysisp. 72
    Protocol analysisp. 76
    Other methodsp. 79
    Debuggingp. 79
    Summaryp. 80
    Reasoning and Probability Theoryp. 81
    The foundations of probabilityp. 82
    Combination of eventsp. 84
    Probability distributionsp. 86
    Statistical testsp. 90
    Correlationp. 91
    Bayes theoremp. 92
    Problems of estimationp. 95
    Summaryp. 96
    Fuzziness in Reasoningp. 98
    Usage of wordsp. 98
    Fuzzinessp. 99
    IF ... THEN rulesp. 100
    Symptomsp. 103
    Weak rulesp. 106
    Incompatibilityp. 107
    Analogiesp. 108
    Uncertainty in datap. 109
    Endorsementsp. 111
    Fuzzy logicp. 112
    Fuzzy setsp. 112
    Applications of fuzzy logicp. 116
    Other forms of logicp. 117
    Summaryp. 118
    Machine Inductionp. 119
    Principles of inductionp. 119
    Requirements for inductionp. 120
    ID3 rule inductionp. 125
    A simple case studyp. 126
    Analysis of case studyp. 130
    Results from taxonomyp. 135
    Problems with uncertain datap. 137
    General commentsp. 140
    The structured approachp. 144
    Other algorithmsp. 144
    Neural networksp. 144
    Summaryp. 145
    The Repertory Gridp. 147
    Personal construct theoryp. 147
    The gridp. 148
    Grid elicitationp. 151
    Grid analysisp. 152
    A case study in repertory gridp. 152
    The grid's usefulnessp. 161
    Summaryp. 162
    Try It Anyway--Case Studiesp. 166
    Attersley Vegetable Research Stationp. 166
    Cotting Hospitalp. 172
    United Chemistsp. 175
    Overviewp. 177
    Finally...p. 178
    Referencesp. 179
    Glossaryp. 185
    Indexp. 193
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