Abstract: Provides a basic introduction to expert system technology for readers with no prior experience in the field.
Keywords: book review, ai, expert systems, constructing, artificial intelligence, computer science.
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Title: Building Expert Systems: A Tutorial
Author: James Martin, Steven Oxman
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Date Published: May 1988
ISBN: 0130862401
LOCN: QA76.76.E95M37 1988
Dewey: 006.3/3 19
Pages: 457
Figures: 138
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Prologue: The Vocabulary Used with Expert Systems

Part I: Why Expert Systems?

Chapter 1: What is an Expert System?

Chapter 2: Knowledge-Base Management and System Evolution

Chapter 3: Business Opportunities Offered by Expert Systems

Chapter 4: Linking Expert Systems to Other Software

Part II: The Construction of Expert Systems

Chapter 5: Verifying Suitability of Tasks for Expert System Support

Chapter 6: Building Expert Systems

Chapter 7: The Expert System Life Cycle

Chapter 8: Expert System Construction Requirements

Part III: Tools for Building Expert Systems

Chapter 9: Languages

Chapter 10: Expert System Shells

Chapter 11: Commercial Expert System Shells

Chapter 12: Hardware for Expert Systems

Part IV: Construction Strategies

Chapter 13: Development of a Large Expert System

Chapter 14: Development of a Personal Computer Expert System

Chapter 15: How to Select the Right Tools

Chapter 16: The Future of Expert System Technology


Author:        Martin, James, 1933-
Title:         Building expert systems : a tutorial / James
                  Martin, Steven Oxman.
Published:     Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, c1988.
Description:   xiii, 457 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
LC Call No.:   QA76.76.E95M37 1988
Dewey No.:     006.3/3 19
ISBN:          0130862401 : $40.00
Notes:         "The James Martin books."
               Illustrated chart on lining papers.
               Includes index.
Subjects:      Expert systems (Computer science)
Other authors: Oxman, Steven.
Control No.:   88005797 


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