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Page 14 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

1987 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
References ADAMS, J.B (1976): Probabilistic Reasoning and Certainty Factors, Math. Biosciences, 32, pp. 177-186.  ...  MERRY, M. (1983): Apex3: An Expert System Shell for Fault Diagnosis, GEC J. of Research, 1, pp. 39-47. MICHIE, D. (1982): Experiments in the Mechanisation of Game Learning, Comput.  ... 

Expertise transfer and complex problems: using AQUINAS as a knowledge-acquisition workbench for knowledge-based systems

John H. Boose, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw
1987 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
Aquinas delivers knowledge by creating knowledge bases for several different expert-system shells. Help is given to the expert by a dialog manager that embodies knowledge-acquisition heuristics.  ...  Acquiring knowledge from a human expert is a major problem when building a knowledge-based system.  ...  When such a point is reached, a knowledge base is generated for an expert-system shell, and development continues directly in that shell.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(87)80032-9 fatcat:qpntbotx4jccxopp2c7hhqhmje

Book announcements

1994 Discrete Applied Mathematics  
Chapter 18: Expert System on a Chip: An Engine for Approximate Reasoning (Masaki Togai and Hiroyuki Watanabe). Chapter 19: A Probabilistic Logic for Expert Systems The inference engine.  ...  Chapter 14: On the Design of MILORD: A Fuzzy Expert Systems Shell (R. Lopez de Mantaras, J. Agusti, E. Plaza and C. Sierra).  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-218x(94)00003-4 fatcat:oczm7j3xrjglpi6xu6gw462xs4

Page 89 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 3 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
The OSM includes a model of a ventilator and the human respiratory and circulatory systems, implemented as a causal probabilistic network (CPN).  ...  The system is based on a causal probabilistic network which models the polyneuropathies, pathophysiological changes and symptoms.  ... 

A simple expert system shell for microcomputer-aided radiographic diagnosis

Morgan G. Dunne, Sean B. Dunne
1990 Journal of digital imaging  
A simple microcomputer-basod expert system shell for radiographic diagnosis is described.  ...  The system database can be easily updated or modified by the user. The demonstration application for the expert system shell is the plain film diagnosis of osseous dysplasia.  ...  The expert system shell described offers a fast, inexpensive approach to computer-aided diagnosis of certain specific radiologic problems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03168104 pmid:2092797 fatcat:pfslxgsqvbgevau5ixo6tiv5m4

Page 3947 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 93g [page]

1993 Mathematical Reviews  
Sierra, MILORD: a fuzzy expert systems shell (213-223); M. E. Cohen and D. L.  ...  Cohen, The role of approximate reasoning in a medical expert system (165-179); Lawrence O.  ... 

An expert system with an external optimization module for quality control decisions [chapter]

Alice E. Smith, Cihan H. Dagli
1994 Handbook of Expert Systems Applications in Manufacturing Structures and rules  
The expert system shell has a user friendly interface, an undemanding PC hardware platform, and is quite portable. The C optimization module operates transparently to the user, and is also portable.  ...  Many commercial software packages store data and perform calculations for quality control; this comprehensive expert system, named Quincy, is envisioned as a complement to those.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the assistance of Sergio Martinez who wrote the C interface code to link the optimization module with the expert system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-0703-7_16 fatcat:v7z4gbcgknhmvo5wn6e5ckw2d4

The Proliferation of Forensic Sciences and Evidence before International Criminal Tribunals from a Defence Perspective

Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops
2018 Criminal Law Forum  
For instance, certain new forensic techniques such as probabilistic genotyping can be quite persuasive to determine guilt or innocence.  ...  This article discerns some of these challenges and limitations, which are pertinent to defence counsel, with a focus on the practice and jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court.  ...  Again, the following explanation given by Kaye is helpful: A probabilistic genotyping system is comprised of software, or software and hardware, with analytical and statistical functions that entail complex  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10609-018-9351-1 fatcat:2mxqtyja2zct5bk5gqmryiu6pm

Fuzzy Expert Systems (FES) for Medical Diagnosis

Smita SushilSikchi, Sushil Sikchi, Ali M. S.
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
of Fuzzy Expert Systems in Medical Diagnosis, Methodologies and Modelling of Fuzzy Expert Systems, Neuro-Fuzzy Approaches, Fuzzy Expert System Shells and Frameworks.  ...  In order to investigate the significance of FES for medical diagnosis, the articles are classified into five distinct categories: Reviews and Surveys on Fuzzy Expert Systems in Medical Diagnosis, Applications  ...  CRC Press, LLC, (Chapter 1). [16] Engle, R.L., Flehinger, B.J. 1987. Why Expert Systems for Medical Diagnosis are not being generally used: A valedictory opinion.  ... 
doi:10.5120/10508-5466 fatcat:5qhkgux4djfklkn6soiwf5htva

Causal probabilistic network modeling—illustration of its role in the management of chronic diseases

R. Hovorka, S. Andreassen, J. J. Benn, K. G. Olesen, E. R. Carson
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
Jensen, “HUGIN—A Shell for Building Bayesian Be- lief Universes for Expert Systems,” Proceedings of IJCAI 89 (1989), pp. 1080-1085. . F. V. Jensen, S. L. Lauritzen, and K. G.  ...  Pearl, Probabilistic Reasoning in Intelligent Systems: Networks of Plausible Inference, Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA (1988). . G. F.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.314.0635 fatcat:3v7bqacnj5eybfvh4ttq2qbfsi

Knowledge acquisition for knowledge-based systems: Notes on the state-of-the-art

John H. Boose, Brian R. Gaines
1989 Machine Learning  
Then the technology of interactive knowledge acquisition is discussed, including a descriptive framework, dimensions of use, and research patterns.  ...  Notes from the organizers of a series of knowledge acquisition workshops are presented here. The state-of-the-art in knowledge acquisition research is briefly described.  ...  It shows the overall structure of a knowledge-based system as a central knowledge base interacting through the knowledge acquisition tools, the expert system support environment, and expert system shell  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00130720 fatcat:d2x7aaekfjcqpp7qzzsogapmva

Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge-Based Systems: Notes on the State-of-the-Art [chapter]

John H. Boose, Brian R. Gaines
1989 Knowledge Acquisition: Selected Research and Commentary  
Then the technology of interactive knowledge acquisition is discussed, including a descriptive framework, dimensions of use, and research patterns.  ...  Notes from the organizers of a series of knowledge acquisition workshops are presented here. The state-of-the-art in knowledge acquisition research is briefly described.  ...  It shows the overall structure of a knowledge-based system as a central knowledge base interacting through the knowledge acquisition tools, the expert system support environment, and expert system shell  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-1531-5_10 fatcat:5etchesjwfcolgwcuzxi7aav3e

The origins and evolution of scenario techniques in long range business planning

Ron Bradfield, George Wright, George Burt, George Cairns, Kees Van Der Heijden
2005 Futures : The journal of policy, planning and futures studies  
It has been suggested that a pressing need for the future of scenarios is amongst other things, to resolve the confusion over 'the definitions and methods of scenarios'.  ...  ' which is unlikely to disappear in the near future (A.  ...  Thus while Godet [11] characterises La Prospective as a 'blend of tools and systems analysis', it is to a large extent, a blending of the intuitive logics and probabilistic modified trend methodologies  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.futures.2005.01.003 fatcat:a7ji2e5yibenhfhxon4pp63ycu

A Generic Shell Approach for Kmowledge Elicitation AMD Representation im IDSs

Rafael Lazimy
1987 International Conference on Information Systems  
It is rightfully In Section 5, we suggest that a multi-paradigm argued that a DSS should possess artificially programming environment is required in order to intelligent capabilities (reasoning, inference  ...  Generic shells provide useful specify procedures to be invoked when the value of conceptual templates for eliciting and representing a variable (frame slot) marked as "active" is both data ("passive")  ...  discourse (e.g., conceptual models of a production system, a 2.2 Generic Shells and the Problem-Domain financial system, etc.).  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/Lazimy87 fatcat:yoi7gvdlgjgudbjcmycergvz24

Selling Yellowstone: Capitalism and the Construction of Nature. By Mark Daniel Barringer. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2002. Pp. viii, 238. $29.95

Robert K. Fleck
2003 Journal of Economic History  
This is another good reason for reading this book-and an even better reason for recommending it to noneconomists.  ...  Finally, a fixed-exchange-rate system could in some cases conflict with domestic financial stability.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022050703411807 fatcat:cl2zfijfuzc77dvvutawnj7ml4
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